Give Your Writing
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Go when it works for you!
Struggling to find the time to write? You’re not alone!
That’s why we’ve created Writing Momentum Writing Moments – weekly co-working appointments you can schedule on your calendar to get your writing DONE!
In a nutshell, we meet over zoom, enjoy a mini teaching, answer a Q&A or two, and then work on our projects together.
If you’re ready to take your writing to the next level, join Chris, Gena, and Rene for your next Writing Moment!
- 12+ Scheduled Writing Moments/Month
- One Q&A Party/Month
- Access to Writing Sprints
- Access to Previous Training Moments
- No Hassle Auto-renewal Until Cancelled
Seriously... Why Write Together?
Your Supa-Dupa Hosts
Chris is a Certified Digital Marketing professional, an award-winning children’s book author of more than 50 books, a direct mail writer, and a ghostwriter for many prominent, international speakers. On the Writing Momentum podcast, he shares knowledge and tools that help authors write, get published, create their branding, and sell their books.
Gena Maselli is a professional writer who has written 15 books, hundreds of articles, and edited and ghosted for several well-known speakers. She has nearly 20 years of experience writing nonfiction, direct mail, marketing materials, children’s church curriculum, and more. Gena, along with her husband Chris, hosts the Writing Momentum podcast where they help writers sharpen their craft and learn the business of writing.
Rene has been writing for 20 years, with diversified expertise in fiction, non-fiction, comedy sketches, novelizations and screenwriting. She is the multi-genre author of 24 novels. Her indie film SKID won deadCenter’s Best Oklahoma Feature, and her novel My Life as a Doormat was adapted into the Hallmark movie Love’s Complicated. She is co-director of WriterCon in Oklahoma City and is the head writer at Skit Guys Studios where she co-wrote the 2022 feature film Family Camp.
Ready to join the movement?
Being a writer isn’t easy.
…because life is BUSY. You know what I’m talking about. Life is more demanding than ever, but still – there’s something inside us as writers that … well … we’ve got to get our stories out there. We’ve got to find time to give them life!
For YEARS I struggled with finding time to write. As a freelancer, I found I could almost always find time to write for others, but doing my own stuff? It went out the window. It’s like I felt accountable to my clients, but not to my calling to write my own stuff.
Then something happened. I joined a few friends for an online mastermind and I found my freelance business take-off. Having friends to not only bounce ideas off of, but also to check-in with weekly, was invaluable.
Then something else happened. I saw my (plump) self in our Christmas photos. So on a whim I joined a weight-loss program with weekly, online check-ins…and lost 35 pounds in 4 months. It worked because I was getting together with others online and working the program as a team.
Then a third thing happened. I woke one day and thought, “What if I wrote with other writers?” What if we gathered online on a regular basis? What if we shared the things we’ve learned? What if we held each other accountable for writing? And what if … well, what if we spent our writing moments together?
And that idea became this idea. As I shared it with my writing friends, they all thought it was a stellar brainchild, because they all said they needed accountability, too. So welcome to the first incarnation of Writing Moments, with myself, Gena, and Rene. We would be absolutely thrilled to have you join us for this movement.
Because if you feel the same pain when it comes to your writing, we have something in common.
And you know what else we have in common? We’re doing something about it.
FAQS and Not-So-FAQs
You simply fire up zoom and join us. We start with a few victories to begin on a positive note, 15 minutes of a Q&A or a mini-teaching from Chris, Gena or Rene, and then we silence our mics and work together for 45 minutes. (Technically, it’s called the Pomodoro technique, a productivity system that works!)
Every month we publish a calendar with that month’s session dates and times. Currently we have a repeating weekly Writing Moment on Tuesdays at 12 PM CST, Wednesdays at 12 PM CST, and Thursdays at [7:30] PM CST. We also have Writing Moments on other days for those who find the previous times challenging. Our goal is to have something for everyone!
Not at all. We’ve purposefully put a lot of sessions on the calendar so you can make several work with your schedule. Just attend when you can. We even record the trainings so you can access them later if you want.
Every month, we have one “Q&A Party,” where you can jump in and ask anything about writing, publishing, branding, and marketing that you want – and we’ll answer to the best of our collective knowledge! And because Chris, Gena, and Rene love writing with others so much, we sometimes add Sprints to the calendar so you can jump on and write with us on the spur of the moment. No training on those – just fire up zoom and GO. We’re up for anything that gives all of us writing momentum!
Nope! Our group subscription is included in this membership. All you have to do is log in to zoom when a Writing Moment starts, and you’ll have everything you need.
We’ve worked hard to make this membership as affordable as possible. The tech needed to schedule and organize groups of people on zoom isn’t free, and neither is the training time for our hosts. Look at it this way: For $15/mo you’re only spending a couple dollars per session to give yourself the accountability you need to finish your book – and you’re receiving top-notch training from authors who normally charge far more for their services. We don’t think you’ll find a better value anywhere. Plus, when you sign up, you “lock in” your price as long as you’re a member. So while the price may increase in the future, it won’t for you.
We don’t provide refunds, but you can cancel at any time and you won’t be charged again. Just be aware that once your membership ends, you’ll lose access to any future Writing Moments and trainings until you sign up again.