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In a nutshell, Hope Writers is a community to help writers publish their work.

Access to the community’s membership is available only once or twice a year.

The community provides ongoing training, support, access to a private Facebook group, and the ability to join independent circles created by other members for additional support, feedback, and help. Every member can join these circles and create their own circles as well.

The hope writers team is huge and consists of 20+ team members dedicated to helping authors in their publishing journey.

They have over 3,200 paying members now, from beginning writers to published authors.

This is the 4th year that hope writers exist as a community.

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Main Slogans

  • The gap between writing and publishing can make you feel crazy
  • We help writers balance the art of writing and the business of publishing without feeling lost, discouraged, or overwhelmed.
  • Sharing your writing isn’t as simple as it sounds. First, it’s exciting – but then things might get weird.
  • You have words of hope, we can help you share them

Ideal Audience

  • Writers
  • Authors
  • Wannabe authors
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Marketers
  • Bloggers
  • Anyone with a message
  • People with a passion
  • Anyone with experience on a field

Hope Writers Story

Over Thanksgiving 2013, Myquillyn and her sister Emily Freeman and their dad Gary Morland talked over turkey and dressing about how fun it would be if they could do something together as a family.

Emily says…

We already each had a blog, and Myquillyn and I each had books published, but we were eager to try something different. This is both the gift and the burden of the artist’s life. We thought it would be fun to create something for our readers together, and so we did.

We thought about what we each loved to write about, and then the three of us created a membership site that covered it all and called it hope*ologie, offering encouragement and hope for your home, your family, and your soul.

It was a fun project, and I loved working with my family, but once the year mark passed, without a clear target reader or big picture plan, we started to lose interest and considered closing up shop.

The Pivot

That was when we met Brian Dixon. Brian advised us to survey our members and find out more about who they were and what they were about. Through that survey, we discovered that over half (over half!) of our readers were either writers or wanted to learn more about writing and publishing.

This information was gold.

In the fall of 2015, hope*ologie became hope*writers. 

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Video Overview

Free Quiz

Hope Writers Review

The Hope*Writers members’ area is divided into these sections:

  • Start here – We are a community of working writers dedicated to the success and creativity of each member. That’s you! Let’s get started
  • Stage 1: Writer – Establish a daily writing routine, study your craft, and own your calling as a writer
  • Stage 2: Hostess – Identify your ideal reader and create consistent content to serve her with joy and confidence
  • Stage 3: Entrepreneur – Build an email list, craft an offering, and finally make your first dollar
  • Stage 4: Author – Discern your book idea, craft a book proposal, work with an agent, secure a book contract, and write a book
  • Stage 5: Marketer –  Learn to share your work with creativity and authenticity, do what feels like you, stay in your own marketing lane, and chase the fun
  • Stage 6: Essentialist – Learn to delegate, focus, and manage more than one stream of revenue so you can do your good work forever without going crazy
  • Tuesday teaching: Archives – All of Tuesday Teachings are filed within a particular stage on the hope*writer path
  • Hope*Circle How-To – everything you need to start, join, host

Start Here

We are a community of working writers dedicated to the success and creativity of each member. That’s you! Let’s get started.

This section contains 19 lessons.

Welcome Hope Writer

Lesson 1: Read me first

Here, Hope*Writers are welcoming all new members with a quote by Seth Godin.

Art is when you do work that matters in a creative way, in a way that touches people and changes them for the better.

Enter: the weird life of a writer. It’s one thing to write words. It’s another thing to share them. It can end up feeling like there is a giant gap between the words you write and the people you want to read them.

Hope*writers exists to stand in the gap for you, to help you not feel so weird about sharing your words, and to offer training, advice, support, and encouragement as you find a way to close the gap, in your timing and in your own way.

Lesson 2: How to get the most out of your membership.

  • Take a moment to celebrate that you’ve started today
  • Join the private Facebook community
  • Take the quiz before you dive into the library
  • Schedule a hope*writers day
  • If you can’t join us live on Tuesdays, take advantage of the replays
  • Submit questions to the Tuesday teacher
  • Share your work on Fridays
  • Join a hope*circle.

Lesson 3: Meet your hope writers team.

  • Emily P. Freeman, co*founder + Director of Content 
  • Brian J. Dixon, co*founder + Director of Growth 
  • Gary Morland, co*founder + Director of Community 
  • Carla H. Hayden, Chief Operating Officer 
  • Joy VetterleinContent Project Manager 
  • Maeve Gerboth, Community Manager 
  • Megan Ericson, Launch and Social Media Manager 
  • Sally Kim, Creative Consultant 
  • Kaitlin Walden, Support Specialist 
  • Trish Russell, Support Specialist 
  • Rachael Gilbert, Ambassador Coordinator 
  • Skye Phillips, Finance and Data Manager 
  • Karla Colahan, Graphic Designer 
  • Christian Origenes, Video Editor 
  • Gabby De La Cruz-Ballom, Affiliate Liason 
  • Kelly Streiff, Enrollment Specialist 
  • Mary Kate Brown, Enrollment Specialist 
  • Pamela Jo, Enrollment Specialist 
  • Esther Leaming, Copy Editor 
  • Anna Bolch, Tuesday Teacher Coordinator 
  • Kimberly Coyle, Content Writer 
  • Brandy Wallner, Community Writer 
  • Shelley Madueme, Acquisitions Copywriter 
  • Sadie LaBelle, TikTok Specialist 
  • Hannah Rauhut, Facebook Specialist 
  • Meghan Hendry, LinkedIn Specialist 
  • Halley Hewitt, Instagram Specialist 
  • Brandy Anderson, Twitter Specialist 
  • Alyssa Hodson, Pinterest Specialist 
  • Emily Conrad, WebChat Coordinator 
  • Stephani Halderman, Website Coordinator 
  • Jenny Duncan, Email Coordinator

Lesson 4: The hope writers manifesto.

When you’re doing the hard work of writing, you need some words to live by.

You can get a copy of the manifesto in pdf format.

Lesson 5: A word about faith, culture, and worldview expectations in hope writers.

One of the main ways they offer training and support is through their Tuesday conversations with experts in the industry.

Lesson 6: Policies, cancelations, refunds.

They clearly state their legal documents.

The hope writer path: an overview

Lesson 7: How to navigate the member’s library.

The hope*writers content library is divided into six parts, or stages, based on what they believe to be foundational aspects of the life of a working writer.

Though they do believe that you generally move through these stages one after another, we are also always working through many stages at the same time.

Lesson 8: Identify your writing stage.

This the time to take your quiz

They say…In all seriousness, take the quiz for fun, but also know that you know yourself better than we do. Read the stage descriptions, paying close attention to the checklists at the end of each stage, and see which one checks off the most boxes for you.

I took the quiz and here are my results delivered via email:

My quiz results:

Hi Anastasios Tzortzis. You passed discover your writing stage with 53%.

Stage 4: The Author 51-65%. 

If you haven’t written a book yet, you’re probably on your way. You’ve done the
work of identifying your reader and understand the difference between writing
and publishing. Hope*writers can teach you how to write a book proposal and
pitch to an agent or editor.

In this email they also describe all the stages.

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Lesson 9: Tuesday teaching and Tuesday together.

Every Tuesday, they go live at 2 pm EST for a live training. They invite agents, editors, marketing professionals, podcasters, and fellow authors to join them, and they ask them the questions you want to be answered

Tuesday together: Once per quarter, they turn the camera on you, and they all join the meeting together. It’s a great time to see your fellow writers, to connect, and to talk about the things you want to learn and the questions you have.

Co-funder coaching: From time to time, they choose a topic and invite hope*writers to raise their hand and be on the hot seat. They choose 2-3 writers and dig into your specific questions on a specific topic.

Lesson 10: Tuesday teaching – Let’s make progress.

Here, there’s a video 1-hour long where you’ll meet the co-founders, Emily, Gary, and Brian, and the community manager, Maeve.

You can download the material in pdf and m4a (audio).

I really enjoyed this welcoming video of the hope writers team. They care about their members and they are willing to do anything they can to keep them motivated and help them all the way from getting started with writing to getting published.

What is a hope*circle?

Lesson 11: There’s a quote here by Tobin Evans.

I hold hope circles completely responsible for helping me turn a dream into a reality.

And they provide a list of what a hope*circle really is.

How Hope*Writers started

Lesson 12: The hope writers story.

I’ve already gave you an overview of their story in my introduction.

Lesson 13: Member testimonials.

On this page, they are welcoming your comments and stories. Currently, there are 290+ comments.

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Lesson 14: FAQ.

They welcome your questions.

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Lesson 15: Facebook group etiquette. FAQ about the private FB group.

Lesson 16: Billing. Details regarding your membership.

Lesson 17: Hope writers badge for your blog.

How cool is that! There are various versions of the badge.

Lesson 18: Member books: the bookshelf. A list of books they recommend organized chronologically.

Lesson 19: Member recommended: books written by women of color. Non-fiction/memoir, novels, and a few authors mentioned without specific books listed.

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Stage 1: Writer

Establish a daily writing routine, study your craft, and own your calling as a writer.

This section contains 32 lessons.

Member Training – A few examples

  • What April Ludgate wants you to know about writing (Emily Freeman)
  • Daily writing routine (Emily Freeman)
  • Emily Freeman on writing routines. Inside, there’s also a video 1-hour long
  • How to find time to write (Emily Freeman)
  • Because really, no one has time to write (Myquillyn Smith)
  • The what, why, and how behind morning pages (Emily Freeman)
  • Writing tips from a hall-of-fame procrastinator (Gary Morland)
  • Writing tips for procrastinators – part II (Gary Morland)
  • When you worry it’s too late to start (Gary Morland)

Other authors featured in this section:

  • Sally Clarkson
  • Ann Kroeker
  • Kris Camealy
  • Joseph Michael
  • Jonathan Rogers
  • Michele Cushatt
  • Beth Moore
  • Megan Ericson
  • Ryan Romero
  • Roy M. Carlisle
  • Robin Jones Gunn
  • Jordan Raynor
  • John Eldredge
  • Cindy Bunch

Tips & advice from hope writers members

One way to organize your daily writing by Emily Sue Allen

Recommended resources for the writer

Helpful books – a growing list of books. These books will be helpful no matter where you are on the hope*writer path.

Soul care for the writer

Your inner writer begs you to do this one thing now by Emily Freeman.

A very interesting personal story.

Before moving to the next stage

Benchmarks for stage 1. 

they provide some indicators that you are moving through stage 1 and may be ready to move on to stage 2.

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Stage 2: Hostess

Identify your ideal reader and create consistent content to serve her with joy and confidence.

This section contains 27 lessons.

Member Training – A few examples

  • The superpower every writer has (Emily Freeman)
  • How to choose the best name for your blog (Emily Freeman)
  • The enneagram for writers (Ian Morgan Cron)
  • Instagram on purpose (Ruth Chou Simons)
  • What is an email list and how do I get one? (Brian Dixon)
  • Behind the scenes: writing a blog post (Emily Freeman)
  • Grow your email list (Brian Dixon)
  • How to monitor your stats like a pro, not a newbie (Myquillyn Smith)
  • Emily & Brian talk podcasting
  • Blogging professionally (Crystal Paine)
  • Connecting with your readers (Osheta Moore)

Other authors featured in this section:

  • Jo Saxton
  • TSH Oxenreider
  • S. D. Smith
  • Megan Ericson
  • Diana Glyer
  • Rashawn Copeland
  • Marlena Graves
  • Ashlee Eiland

Recommended resources for the hostess

Helpful books – a growing list of books. These books will be helpful no matter where you are on the hope*writer path.

30-day email list building challenge

Before moving to the next stage

Benchmarks for stage 2.

They say…We are not robots, and our season of life often determines what we can practice and work on. With that in mind, here are some indicators that you’re moving through Stage 2 and may be ready to move on.

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Stage 3: Entrepreneur

Build an email list, craft an offering, and finally make your first dollar.

This section contains 28 lessons.

Member Training – A few examples

  • What Leslie Knope wants you to know about criticism (Emily Freeman)
  • Jeff Sanders – a writing lifestyle
  • Self-promotion or saving lives? (Gary Morland)
  • How to be a happy online entrepreneur (Jennifer Allwood)
  • Co-founder coaching: Brian Dixon – your lead magnet questions
  • How to write a guest post everyone wants to publish
  • Learn copywriting to reach people (Ashlyn Carter)
  • Website strategy advice for entrepreneurs (Karen Scott)
  • How to market your book (Jessica Turner)
  • Writers as entrepreneurs (Jeff Goins)

Other authors featured in this section:

  • Steve Cunningham
  • Stu McLaren
  • Maghon Taylor
  • Kimberly Coyle
  • Natasha Sistrunk Robinson
  • Jason Miles
  • NJ Rongner
  • Andrea Sager
  • Megan Ericson
  • Emily Lex
  • Kelly Glover
  • Karla Colahan
  • Lucretia Berry
  • Charity Singleton Craig

Recommended resources for the entrepreneur

Helpful books – a growing list of books. These books will be helpful no matter where you are on the hope*writer path.

Before moving to the next stage

Benchmarks for stage 3.

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Stage 4: Author

Discern your book idea, craft a book proposal, work with an agent, secure a book contract, and write a book.

This section contains 53 lessons.

Member Training – A few examples

  • The complete guide to traditional book publishing (Emily Freeman)
  • 10 tips before you ask for endorsements (Emily Freeman)
  • How to structure your book (Marion Roach Smith)
  • Advice from Revell Books executive editor Andrea Doering
  • 4 things to do today to start your first book proposal (Emily Freeman)
  • Book proposals and publicity with Zondervan Editor Stephanie Smith
  • How to write a book proposal (Emily Freeman)
  • Conversation with an editor (Carolyn McCready)
  • Road to publication – first-time author Mary Carver

Other authors featured in this section:

  • Kristen Strong
  • Deidra Riggs
  • Rachelle Gardner
  • Alli Worthington
  • Jamie Ivey
  • Anna LeBaron
  • Jenni Burke
  • Hilary Yancey
  • Caroline Starr Rose
  • John Blase
  • James Bryan Smith
  • Sara Arthur
  • Allison Fallon
  • Albert Hsu
  • Lisa Jackson
  • Felicity Hayes-McCoy
  • Sarah Bessey
  • Maria Dismondy
  • Joshua Becker
  • Russ Ramsey
  • Matthew Paul Turner
  • Christie Purifoy
  • Eric Stanford
  • Annie F. Downs
  • Kendra Adachi
  • Jamie C. Martin
  • Shawn Smucker
  • Andrea Doering
  • Anne Bogel
  • Katherine Reay
  • Casey Tygrett
  • Megan Ericson
  • Kelly Minter
  • Alex Field
  • Jevon Bolden

Recommended resources for the author

Helpful books – a growing list of books. These books will be helpful no matter where you are on the hope*writer path.

Writing conferences.

They say…

Writers conferences can be a great way to sharpen your writing, learn the publishing world, make connections, make new friends, be inspired, and even meet with editors to pitch your book proposal. Yes, people do make connections at conferences that lead to book deals — ask Emily.

You asked for a list of writers’ conferences, so here’s the beginning of a master list to get you started. This is not an official hope*writers approved list. You’ll need to check these out for yourself to see if they fit for you.

And they provide a big list of events you can check out on your own.

There’s also a section on how to prepare for a conference (Ideas from Gary).

Soul care for the author

What I learned from finding dumb, embarrassing mistakes in my book (Adriel Booker).

Before moving to the next stage

Benchmarks for stage 4.

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Stage 5: Marketer

Learn to share your work with creativity and authenticity, do what feels like you, stay in your own marketing lane, and chase the fun.

This section contains 23 lessons.

Member Training – A few examples

  • Marketing talk with Twila Bennett
  • Grow the hope writer way with Kendra Adachi – the lazy genius
  • Mike Kim – marketing with words
  • Renee Swope – marketing with a confident heart
  • Susie Moore – why not guest post?
  • Katie Reid – making friends on purpose, aka networking
  • Jennifer Dukes Lee – getting published with a small platform
  • Dave Chesson – Amazon & Kindle marketing
  • Tyler McCall – book launch master

Other authors featured in this section:

  • Tim Grahl
  • Myquillyn Smith
  • Robin Barnett
  • Amanda Bond
  • Stephanie Williams O’Brien
  • Niki Hardy
  • Brianne McKoy
  • Megan Ericson
  • Kate Ahl

Recommended resources for the marketer

Helpful books – a growing list of books. These books will be helpful no matter where you are on the hope*writer path.

I was very pleased to find out these books on their list. These books are absolutely worth reading and are included in my top list.

Before moving to the next stage

Benchmarks for stage 5.

The hope*writer path is not a recipe. It’s not static, it’s fluid. You may move through stages quickly, only to realize you need to go back and get something you missed.

Once you get to Stages 4, 5, and 6, you’ll find that to be true even more. No matter what stage you’re in on the path, marketing will always play a role, for better or worse.

I could not agree more. Without marketing, even the best products can’t find their way to the marketplace. Without marketing, we lose customers, and without customers, we lose business. 

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Stage 6: Essentialist

Learn to delegate, focus, and manage more than one stream of revenue so you can do your good work forever without going crazy.

This section contains 16 lessons.

Member Training – A few examples

  • A writing life – NYT bestselling author Melanie Shankle
  • Find your writing community – Tsh Oxenreider
  • Become an influencer in your own way – it’s not all about that blog by Myquillyn Smith
  • What Ron Swanson wants you to know about success (Emily Freeman)
  • No one does this before they start podcasting – but you will (Gary Morland)

In this section, there’s a very powerful quote by Vance Havner

“If what you say has value, it will last longer than you will.”

Other authors featured in this section:

  • Erin Loechner
  • Dr. Saundra Dalton Smith
  • Michelle DeRusha
  • Sarah MacKenzie
  • Lara Casey Isaacson
  • Megan Ericson
  • Jessica Honegger
  • Chrystal Evans Hurst

Recommended resources for the essentialist

Helpful books – a growing list of books. These books will be helpful no matter where you are on the hope*writer path.

    Before moving to the next stage

    Benchmarks for stage 6.

    I could not agree more. Without marketing, even the best products can’t find their way to the marketplace. Without marketing, we lose customers, and without customers, we lose business. 

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    Tuesday teaching archives

    All of the Tuesday Teachings are filed within a particular stage on the hope*writer path.

    This section contains 114 lessons (at the time of writing Aug-Sep 2020).

    Have in mind, that every week they add new content to this section.

    Hope*Circle – How-To

    Everything you need to start, join, host.

    This section contains 8 lessons. 

    Member training

    • What’s a hope*circle and why is it for you
    • How to get started
    • What to do in your hope*circle
    • Challenges and FAQ
    • I’m in! please give me the quick version
    • BONUS: how to use Voxer
    • Optional graphic to use for announcing your hope*circle
    • A 1-step hope*circle – just do this

    hope*circle is a small group of hope*writers who decide to team up for friendship and support.

    It’s not a class. No one is teaching you how to do something. Everyone participates – otherwise why join? 

    When you join or host a small group of hope*writers, you become part of the good they do in the world.

    Since it takes some initiative to raise your hand and say “who wants to connect?” or “I’m in!” then starting or joining a small group of writers helps you grow your self-starter initiative muscle.

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    Stand-alone Courses

    Occasionally they create stand-alone courses to help writers with a specific goal.

    There are 3 courses right now available.

    • 90-day direction: an online video course to help you get clarity on your vision, direction, and plan for your blog, book, and writing career. 
    • Email growth course: learn how to attract, convert, nurture, and make offers to your growing email list
    • Perfect writing day: learn a writing routine that works no matter how much (or how little) time you have. Design a perfect writing day for you. Follow a simple system to get writing done. Maximize the time you have.

    Free Training

    3 Secrets For Writers Looking For Clarity

    Hope Writers Video Training –

    3 Secrets For Writers Looking For Clarity

    Free Training to help you discover your writing rhythm, create a simple plan, and finally find your writing people.

    Hope*writers co*founder
    Emily P. Freeman

    PLUS

    *1 exclusive bonus from us just for attending the webinar

    3 Video-Call Intensive Private Training Sessions on Skype or Zoom with Tasos Perte to help you discover your writing path to success.

    Bonus details here.

    For questions on how to qualify for the bonus contact us here.

    Quick Recap – Everything’s Included

    The Hope Writers Library

    • Start Here – 19 Lessons: Welcoming material, How to navigate the member’s library, All about hope circles, FAQ, The bookshelf
    • Stage 1 Writer – 32 Lessons: Member training, tips and advice from members, recommended resources, soul care for the writer, benchmarks
    • Stage 2 Hostess 27 Lessons: member training, resources, soul care, benchmarks
    • Stage 3 Entrepreneur – 29 Lessons: member training, resources, soul care, benchmarks
    • Stage 4 Author – 53 Lessons: member training, resources, soul care, benchmarks
    • Stage 5 Marketer – 23 Lessons: member training, resources, soul care, benchmarks
    • Stage 6 Essentialist – 16 Lessons: member training, resources, benchmarks
    • Tuesday teachings archive – 114 Lessons
    • Hope circle – How-to – 8 Lessons
    • The blog
    • Weekly Tuesday teachings
    • Access to hope*circles
    • The engaging private Facebook private community

    Member Stories

    There are currently 10 women who share their own stories about how hope writers helped them in their journey.

    • Amanda
    • Jodie
    • Lucretia
    • Miren
    • Susan
    • Tory
    • KJ
    • Bessy
    • Michelle
    • Sheila
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    Free Book

    10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Write a Book

    Payment Plans/Guarantee

    • Monthly membership – $47/mo
    • Yearly membership – $479/year = $39.92/mo

    To make your decision to join hope*writers even easier, they offer a 60-day “tried and applied” guarantee. Test drive hope*writers for the next 60 days. See if they’re a good fit for you. Log into the member library, engage in their Facebook group, and join a hope*circle. If you don’t find that they offer value to help you move forward in your writing, just reach out to them for a full refund. They want to make sure this is the right fit for you!

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    FAQ

    What if I join and decide it's not for me?

    You can cancel your membership at any time. 

    I am a writer, but I'm not ready to write a book and am not even sure I want to. Will this still help me?

    If you are a writer who wants to share your words with a reader (no matter the format!), then hope*writers is for you. 

    Is hope*writers only for nonfiction writers?

    No! Fiction writers are welcome (and celebrated) in hope*writers. Our goal is to equip writers to do their good work forever, and we do have fiction writers in our community who have found great value here. We’ve also had several Tuesday Teachers who specifically focus on fiction.

    What if I can't watch the live training on Tuesdays? Do I miss out?

    Never! We have members from all over the world and realize not everyone can join us for our live elements. Everything we provide live will also be recorded and available in the member library.

    Is there homework?

    There isn’t homework, but we do provide simple benchmarks and checklists to help keep you on track as you move through the various writing stages at your own pace.

    Is hope*writers only for faith-based writers?

    Hope*writers is for any writer who wants to offer hope to the world. While many of our members find their hope in their faith (and for many, that’s Christianity, as hope is a pervading message of that faith), any writer with a message of hope is welcome and will be embraced and helped. It will not be assumed that you hold certain beliefs. 

    Okay, but is it only for women?

    It didn’t start out that way, but the hope*writers approach seems to be attracting far more women than men. 

    We do have a few men (and two of our co-founders are men!). We welcome all writers who are ready to commit to their work.

    I want to join but my spouse/partner isn't on board, what do I do?

    Great question! You’re not alone. In fact, we get this question so often, we made a video for you and your spouse to watch. 

    Who is hope*writers NOT for?

    Cut-throat competitors: We know how to work hard and we take our work seriously, but we don’t have time for the drama and anxiety of comparison and competition. We don’t compete with each other, we champion each other. Success for one is success for all.

    Self-promoters: There is a difference between sharing your work and self-promotion. If you don’t know the difference yet, that’s okay! We welcome writers who want to learn to share their work better. But if writers come in just to grandstand, we’ll know.

    Robots: What works for one may not work for all. We understand that and work hard to encourage hope*writers to find ways to do their good work without going crazy. We’re looking for writers with heart who want to share their work with a reader while also becoming more fully themselves in the process.

    My Final Review

    I’m very satisfied with the Hope Writers membership. It’s a community dedicated to helping authors succeed and find their way to publishing.

    The member’s library is huge and new training sessions are being added every Tuesday.

    The categorization in stages plays a big role in helping members find their way through the huge database according to their special needs and current situation.

    The quiz that new members can fill out welcomes them in a unique and fun way.

    Now let’s review each section separately.

    Start here:

    This section is critical as it’s the first one and uncovers a lot about what new members have to expect.

    The hope writers team provides a clear path and they show their dedication.

    They have photos of their team members and they share their stories, which most members will find encouraging and motivating. Some will recognize themselves in these stories and even one of the co-founders shares how he suffers from his own procrastinating demons.

    Stage 1 Writer:

    This section is all about helping you become an established and responsible author that is working towards his/her goals on a daily basis. Even if you don’t have to write every day. But your mind should be focused on your goals.

    Writing routines, how to find time to write, asking for help, how to treat your family members and their responses (important), how book publishing works, overcoming imposter syndrome, where to start, the craft of writing, publishing funnels, writing fiction, spiritual practices, and so much more.

    I could not be more impressed by this section.

    Stage 2 Hostess:

    In this stage, the hope writers team do everything they can to help you discover your inner writing superpower. There are social media lessons, email marketing training, blogging techniques, podcasting secrets, and so much more.

    They show you what to do when you only have a few readers, which is a very important stage in everyone’s journey. Here, you have to realize that your readers are your most valuable asset. 

    They will also show you how to develop your own writing voice.

    Stage 3 Entrepreneur:

    I found the material in this stage absolutely phenomenal.

    They devote a big part of their training in this section. Because no matter how brilliant your book is, you have to become an entrepreneur.

    There are website strategy lessons, what to do with criticism, lessons on how to pre-sell your ideas, how to build a platform, legal training, social media, how to pivot, and so much more.

    Stage 4 Author:

    This stage is the most important that is why the hope writers team focused on it. There are 53 lessons in total and have in mind, that new training is being added on a weekly basis.

    Training about self-publishing, how to structure your book, book proposals, endorsements, talking with agents, what publishers are looking for, ghostwriting, there are discussions with various editors, authors, and agents.

    I could not be more satisfied with the content in this section.

    Stage 5 Marketer:

    I can’t stretch the importance of marketing enough. 

    Even the greatest authors can’t turn their hobby into a living without spreading the word about their work.

    Copywriting lessons, networking, Amazon and kindle, social media, how to launch.

    I’m very satisfied with this section although I’m waiting for more training and material to be shared in the near future. Because without marketing, you have no real business.

    Stage 6 Essentialist:

    A very important section where they help you take your authoring practice to the next level.

    Training about how to become a person of influence, how to be successful, mastering podcasting, how to be creative, how to pivot, how to run your authoring business, how and where to say no, leadership, writing and speaking.

    I’m very satisfied and like the previous section, I’m waiting for new training lessons to be added soon.

    Tuesday teachings – the archive:

    All the training sessions are gathered here for your convenience. The lessons are archived in alphabetical order.

    The lessons exist separately in the training stages. 

    Hope circle:

    This stage is what makes the hope writers unique, entertaining, and effective.

    These circles are absolutely worth your time. You should join a circle as soon as possible and take advantage of the great benefits that arise.

    Authors, among other professionals, need constant encouragement and motivation. They also need feedback. And this is the place to get all these. Beyond the hope writers team looking over your shoulder, these circles are your secret power.

    You can make friends, ask questions, and you’ll also be able to help others.

    How cool is that!

    Is There Anything Missing?

    Nothing is perfect, right?

    With that said, I believe there’s something missing.

    I did not find any training on how to actually write a book.

    Anyone can write a book. But the thing is how many people are actually going to read that book.

    Books need to be entertaining, fascinating, and keep the reader alert at all times.

    Also, it’s very important to have a plan in place before you even start writing a story.

    You need to connect with the reader on a deep emotional level, provide compelling conflicts, and promise something extraordinary. 

    The most successful books, stories, and movies, all follow storytelling frameworks.

    Without such a framework, your book might not have the attention it deserves.

    If you don’t use a storytelling structure in your book, you might end up disappointed.

    This does not mean that your writing is awful. 

    No.

    It means that your book misses an ingredient, but a crucial one.

    The storytelling frameworks are responsible for keeping readers engaged from page 1 up until the very end of the last page.

    Don’t worry though. I have you covered.

    We just released a brand new bonus exclusively for Hope Writers members.

    Final Words

    The hope writers team is a dedicated community that will hug you from the very first moment.

    The co-founders do their best to keep you satisfied. Their video sessions prove their passion for writing and the Tuesday teaching will add extreme value to your membership.

    The community will help you go from writing to book publishing, that’s for sure.

    But hope writers’ content is almost exclusively created for authors that want to follow the traditional publishing route and that is getting published with an agency.

    Nothing’s wrong with that but lately, there had been an increased number of authors that follow the self-publishing way

    Both ways can bring you awesome results.

    There are a few lessons on the self-publishing route but are not enough.

    On the other hand, they provide more than enough lessons for the traditional book publishing route.

    The hope writers team covers almost everything you would need in your writing journey.

    There are training lessons on how to become a responsible author, someone that follows effective routines and techniques, someone who identifies his/her ideal readers and treats them well, a real entrepreneur and marketer, someone with a unique voice, someone that has a business running.

    Also, there are lessons in marketing, contracts, publishing, social media, and so much more.

    The Tuesdays teaching sessions are a goldmine of information and you will be delighted by the plethora of successful authors, editors, agents, and other experts that share their insights in the most powerful way.

    As I mentioned earlier, I would expect more lessons about self-publishing and how to actually write a book.

    The Facebook group and the independent circles created by other members will keep you on track and alert at all times.

    Only a few FB groups are so engaging and active like hope writers.

    The price tag is logical and the membership worth the investment. 

    The 60-days guarantee ensures you have all the time you need to evaluate their services before you commit to the community. 

    Very generous.

    All in all, it’s an exceptional opportunity you have to take very seriously.

    But…

    There’s hard work associated if you want to actually turn your writing into a real business.

    You have to make use of your membership and follow the training. Ask for help when needed and interact with other members often. You gotta do your homework and attend the video training sessions.

    There’s a lot of information but have in mind, information without implementation is just…procrastination.

    Hope Writers RATINGS

    • Training 85% 85%
    • Tools and material 85% 85%
    • Support 95% 95%
    • Forum, Community 95% 95%
    • Other Services 90% 90%

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    Final Score

    Hope Writers Video Training –

    3 Secrets For Writers Looking For Clarity

    Free Training to help you discover your writing rhythm, create a simple plan, and finally find your writing people.

    Hope*writers co*founder
    Emily P. Freeman

    PLUS

    *1 exclusive bonus from us just for attending the webinar

    3 Video-Call Intensive Private Training Sessions on Skype or Zoom with Tasos Perte to help you discover your writing path to success.

    Bonus details here.

    For questions on how to qualify for the bonus contact us here.

    Wait, There’s More…My Bonuses

    Let me make sure you move forward, apply what you learn, help you with your marketing, and help you write your book the way it should be written

    But before I announce the bonuses I need to introduce myself very briefly.

    I do marketing since December 2014. I live, breathe, and dream marketing. This is what I do for a living. I help companies sell more of their products, both locally and globally. I offer marketing and advertising services to clients directly and as a marketing publisher indirectly through this website.

    My passions: marketing, advertising, sales, human psychology, personal development. I have a University Business Administration degree and I’m an entrepreneur since 1992.

    I read like a maniac and produce content and campaigns for me and clients like crazy.

    I am a huge fan of quality and I don’t promote mediocre or incomplete programs.

    So, here are my bonuses

    If you join in the Hope Writers community before the deadline you will get access to me personally to help you increase your online presence and authority and maximize your earning potential.

    And you’ll get to know my marketing methods and how I use various platforms and websites, and how I pay for traffic, when I do it, and all this cool stuff.

    Also, as I promised in my pre-conclusion, I have you covered as concerns this “something” that is missing from this amazing opportunity. And that is about helping you write your book using the right frameworks.

    Bonus #2

    25 Weekly Video-Call Intensive Private Training Sessions on Skype (1-hour each) (real value $priceless – FREE for you)

    Exclusive private training, coaching, and feedback: Business, marketing & advertising, sales

    What you’ll get for free:

    • 25 Sessions of Intensive Private Training (each session 1-hour, every week)
    • Feedback on your work and progress with the hope Writers training
    • I’ll help you with your marketing and I will teach you to do marketing yourself
    • We’ll identify needs people have and we’ll examine how you can build an info-product (beyond your book) to fulfill their needs  (this is not included in the Hope Writers training)
    • We’ll create a big picture of your future for you to fully understand the potential of doing business online (this is not included in the Hope Writers training)
    • You’ll understand what it takes to become a fully-equipped entrepreneur and how to stay motivated no matter what happens around you (this is not included in the Hope Writers training)
    • Niche selection, goal setting, future plan if you don’t run a business yet (this is not included in the Hope Writers training)
    • Business coaching (entrepreneurial mindset, online business basics, running a website, business model components, analogs, antilogs, leaps of faith)
    • Marketing & advertising training (market research, keyword research, competition analysis, customer avatars, unique value proposition, emotional motivators, the customer purchase lifecycle, inbound methodology, content marketing, SEO, blogging, guest posting, native advertising, influencer outreach, relationships, lead generation, email marketing, local marketing, copywriting & persuasion, storytelling, outbound & guerilla tactics, advertising principles, press releases, paid advertising) and more (this is not included in the Hope Writers training)
    • Sales strategies and tactics (cold calling principles, attitude, motivation, handling objections, setting appointments, follow-up, closing the deal, guerilla marketing) (this is not included in the Hope Writers training)

    Bonus #3

    Unlimited email access and support for as long as you need it (lifetime) (real value $500 – FREE for you)

    I want to make sure you get results with the Hope Writers training program

    I want to make sure you understand how marketing works

    I want to make sure you understand how businesses work

    You may hit a wall at some point, and I’ll be there to motivate, inspire, and guide you

    Nothing is more important than You reaching your goals

    Bonus #4

    Email Training & Vault (email marketing training, swipe files, campaigns, headlines that get clicks) (real value $500 – FREE for you)

    Stay connected with people interested in your offers

    Build trust and authority and nurture authentic relationships with your prospects

    Turn prospects into loyal customers, turn loyal customers into promoters of your brand and gain genuine referrals

    Retain existing customers

    PLUS 

    Get access to the vault (for the last 2 years, I carefully collected, compiled, and tested thousands of email campaigns, promotions, and headlines)

    Now, I am giving you the best of the best to use them in your business and build a loyal fanbase.

    Bonus #11 *Just Released (Exclusive For Authors)

    Storytelling frameworks, book outline, book plan (haven’t valued it yet – FREE for you)

    Create a plan for your book before you start writing it.

    Connect with your readers on a deep emotional level and get them hooked from page 1 till the very end.

    Creating compelling conflicts that give life to your stories.

    Creating a ‘big’ promise to keep readers alert from start to finish.

     

    To Get Your Bonuses Complete The Form On The Bonuses Page

    That’s it, another review has finished, here on Web Market Support. I am waiting for your comments and thoughts. Till next time…

    Tasos Perte Tzortzis

    Tasos Perte Tzortzis

    Marketing Specialist, Entrepreneur

    Although doing traditional business offline since 1992, Tasos fell in love with online marketing in late 2014 and has helped hundreds of brands sell more of their products and services on the web.

    He enjoys reading, music & arts, mathematics, chess, coffee, swimming, Audi, and playing with his kids.

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