If you enroll in the inaugural Cadet Course starting June 8, you’ll get 50% off any other StoryCadet workshop. This incentive is only available for the first Cadet Course, so don’t miss it!
Not quite ready for the pitching workshop in June? Read on.
For example, with the Cadet Course, you’ve got these options:
- Lesson 8—Free to the public
- Query Edit Only—$35
- Lesson 5 plus a written query critique—$69
- Full package (all 8 lessons and 2 query edits)—
$240$199 before June 1, $209 after May 31 (50% off if you refer a friend)
With the drafting workshop (Boot Course), you’ll have these options:
- The full workshop with workbook, group critiques, and a consultation from Lara
- The story structure workbook only (PDF)
- Just the consultation with Lara
With the revision workshop (Ranger Course), you’ll have these options:
- The full workshop with workbook, group critiques, and a line edit from Lara
- The revision workbook only (PDF)
- A 5-page line edit from Lara
- A 10-page line edit from Lara
Now, I know how much I’d usually charge for all of these options, but I also want to get feedback from you, like:
- How much would you budget for a workshop like one of these?
- What do you think is a fair price for the workbook (which is basically everything you’d get from the workshop, but without the instructor and class feedback or accountability from the workshop)?
- When do you want these workshops to happen?
So I’ve created a survey to gather answers from prospective participants.
I’ll choose one survey respondent per course to receive a whole workshop tuition-free.
Here’s the survey again. Tell your friends, too! The more interest I get, the more workshops I’ll offer, the greater your chance of winning.
Odds of winning depend on number of respondents per course. Winners will be chosen for the Boot and Ranger courses when dates and prices are set for the courses. Winners will be notified by email. The full workshop can be transferred to someone else but cannot be shared. A winner may not be chosen for the first Cadet Course—it depends on numbers of surveys received.