A few months back, I picked up the Advanced Novel Writing with Harry Potter course taught by Clark Chamberlain, and I have been meaning to tell you about how much I’m enjoying it, as soon as I finished it. But then the moving house happened, and Camp NaNoWriMo happened, and new clients happened—you know what it’s like. And I can’t postpone writing about the course any longer, because there’s a ridiculous promo going on right now that I just can’t keep from you.
Why is that?
Because Clark is currently doing a special for Advanced Novel Writing with Harry Potter: Pay What You Want.
That’s right: The course normally retails for $197, but for a very limited time you can pay anything you want and receive this amazing course in its entirety.
The course is professionally recorded and breaks down the secrets behind why the series works so well and sold by the boatload. It’s *really* good stuff, and funny too. And while it discusses Harry Potter, the course is in no way limited to fantasy authors—writers of every genre can learn a lot from what Clark has to offer.
If that doesn’t immediately convince you, allow me to explain why this special is on right now.
Clark needs our help
For those who have no idea who Clark Chamberlain is, he’s the former Story Engineer for Sterling and Stone, the company behind The Self-Publishing Podcast; one of the hosts of the Writership podcast, which is one of my favourite podcasts on the craft; and an all-around story genius with a kind soul and a big heart.
At the moment, Clark is going through quite a rough patch due to his health, and this is why some members of the indie community both Clark and I are part of convinced Clark to do this special, and why we, as a community, are doing our utmost to promote this glorious offer.
But there is more!
Of course, while Clark is giving all of us a super generous offer on his advanced storytelling knowledge, we also really want to help ease some of the financial burden due to his health issues AND make sure he gets what he’s worth for the great content that he offers.
So we’re sweetening the deal. As a community, some of the writers helping writers crew, including yours truly, have organised special bonuses for anyone who pays $50 or more and $100 or more (and remember, the course normally retails for $197).
Whether you know Clark or not, this is a course that will help you make a better writer (and my clients tell me it also makes me a better editor). And whatever you end up paying, I promise you won’t be disappointed.