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Morgen’s Monday Mentorship (free!) starts tonight…

16 Apr

Are you stuck on your story, novel, poem or non-fiction piece and want expert help?

From Monday 16th April 2018 (tonight), I will be running a mentorship group on Facebook offering a dedicated two-hour weekly Q&A where you can pick my brains, with the opportunity for group chat the rest of the week.

The group’s at https://www.facebook.com/groups/morgensmondaymentorship. Ask to join and I will add you.

Every Monday* evening (7.30pm to 9.30pm UK time), I will be your mentor for a two-hour live session when you can ask me anything you like about writing! *There will be occasions when I’m unable to be at my desk on a Monday evening, e.g. when I’m booked to do a ‘real’ talk but I will be available the day before or day after (i.e. the Sunday or Tuesday) at the same time, 7.30pm to 9.30pm, unless circumstances (speaking events, holidays etc) prevent me from doing so.

Of course it doesn’t stop you asking questions at other times (by creating a new comment) but it won’t be live so you may have to wait for answers. I will keep an eye on the thread and post at least one reply to each comment before the following Monday.

There’s also the option for private feedback – see Morgen’s Email Critique Group.

The sooner you join, the more mentorship you receive within the group! I do offer one-to-one email mentorship but there is a fee; see the Editing and Critique page.

For one-to-one mentorship, please email me at morgen@morgenbailey.com.

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