YOUR VOICE (2)

NEXT COURSE WILL BE SPRING 2017

In this course – the first dedicated writing class I have offered in nearly ten years – I share with you the powerful techniques I have developed for connecting to your authentic voice: the one that longs to be born through you.

This is the class that I have been looking for… and never found.

It promises to be an adventure you will not forget.

If you are prepared to answer the call.

To show up with courage.

And do the work.

Then I am here, as your guide.

Your Authentic Voice is unlike any other writing course I have seen before.  In it we dive far below the surface, connect to your courage and sidestep fear to uncover the voice you may only have sensed was there.

Your authentic voice

The one that aches to be heard. With the messages it is hungry to share.

Suitable for all levels of writers – from those just finding the courage to connect with their voice through their journal, to bloggers and professional writers.

Come see what riches you have hidden within you.

You will receive

  •     Writing exercises, audios and written materials delivered weekly to your inbox for four weeks.
  •     A Facebook group to share your work and the process with others on the course
  •     Q&A session with Lucy.

Price and dates

The next session of Your Authentic Voice will be starting September 5th 2016. Enrolment is now open.

Just €79

There will also be second part – on structuring your written work – taking your rough diamonds and polishing them into glistening gems running in later the Fall. LET ME KNOW WHEN ENROLLMENT OPENS

Your Tutor

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Lucy H. Pearce is the author of numerous life-changing non-fiction books for women, including Burning Woman; The Rainbow Way: cultivating creativity in the midst of motherhood and Moon Time: harness the ever-changing energy of your menstrual cycle are Amazon #1 bestsellers in their field.

Lucy’s work is dedicated to supporting women’s empowered, embodied expression. She is the founding publisher at Womancraft Publishing. Former co-editor and columnist at JUNO magazine. She is a graduate in teaching from Cambridge University in English and Drama.