Idea Generation Courses [FREE]

Choose one of these three courses, and you'll finally get your ideas for your book out of your head and onto the page.

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Come up with great ideas time and time again

The three Idea Generation courses have a similar aim but are adapted for three different kinds of writing project. Do you want to write a novel? Or a a self-help or coaching book or spiritual guide? Or do you want to write a book to support your business?

Choose the book you want to write below and start coming up with ideas today, for free!

The Small Steps Method

All the Small Steps Writing Guides and courses are based on two principles.

  1. You can take any big project, goal or task and break it down into smaller and smaller steps until it becomes doable.
  2. If you take small but specific actions towards your goals regularly enough, they'll have a snowball effect.

With help from one of these three idea generation courses you can start taking small steps towards your writing goals today.

Ready to plan your book? Go here.

About your Tutor

Hi. I'm Lou. I'm a writer and a writing tutor. I live on the sometimes sunny south coast of England. A few years back I wrote the first 'small steps guide' and in these idea generation courses I apply exactly the same ideas to the process of writing a book, resulting in a set of accessible, tried-and-tested techniques that you can start TODAY – simply by taking small steps.

Here’s what people are saying about Lou:

Inspirational, perceptive 

and encouraging

“Louise is one of the most inspirational lecturers I have ever had the pleasure of working with. She is perceptive and this comes across in her fantastic attitude towards all her students. Her words are always encouraging, her feedback always thorough and constructive.” – former student.

I saw myself as a writer

“Louise is not just a creative writer, she is a creative teacher. After her seminars my mind always fizzed with ideas; a blank page became something not to be feared but filled. Perhaps more importantly she changed the way I thought about myself: she taught me to see myself as a writer – that was the most valuable lesson and for that I’m extremely grateful.” – former student.

Plenty of ideas to think about

“Louise taught me how to write. She taught me how to be merciful and merciless. She taught me craft and technique. She filled my toolbox, so I can build prose from scratch. Now I believe in myself and my abilities. I am infinitely more capable because I took her class.” – former student.

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