Welcome to a new community for writers

80% of the world wants to write a book. Yet 80% of the world isn’t published.

It might feel like it, with over 2.2 million books published every year. 

Some of those books are epic page-turners with three-dimensional characters that you root for. 

Some of them barely get a sale or two, then disappear into nothingness, their author having given up on their writing career before it’s even really begun.

With so much competition, why should you write?

Everyone else is so much better than you at writing, after all.

Aren’t they?

Well no, actually.

You're better than you think.

Building a writing career is a long-term game. But that can be disheartening sometimes.

Even the most tenacious of people need a support network, and that’s where we come in.

The Writing Society is here to help you with every step of your writing career, from your first ideas to your full-time writing career.

As a member, you’ll get access to a range of online workshops and courses, downloadable resources, and a thriving Facebook community.

Each month has a different theme, whether that’s related to the craft, mindset, or bookselling aspects of your career.

Wherever you are in your writing journey, we’re here to support you.


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Membership includes...

  • Lessons to help you build your writing craft, mindset, and bookselling skills

  • Members-only Facebook community where you can get help and advice

  • Downloadable worksheets, cheat sheets, and checklists

  • Exclusive video workshops, Q&As, and tutorials

Meet your tutors...

Bestselling author and blogger

Kristina Adams

Kristina Adams's blog The Writer's Cookbook has helped over 100,000 writers develop their writing craft. It's used by schools and universities as a resource on all aspects of writing, marketing, and publishing.

Kristina is also the bestselling author of five novels, two novellas, and two nonfiction books. She's taught courses on a range of topics including productivity, marketing, and publishing. When she isn't writing, she's baking or taking naps with her dog Millie.

Award-winning author and tutor

Sarah Hindmarsh

Sarah Hindmarsh is the author of the 1001 Writing Prompts series, a children's author, award-winning short story writer, private tutor, and keen horse woman. Her dog Kohla makes regular cameos too.

Sarah has been teaching for 12 years, and teaching writing for 5 years. She has taught countless workshops and coached numerous writing retreats, with many of the same people returning over and over again.

Testimonials

My confidence has grown

Mary Beth Bretzlauf

Not only am I learning, but you are reaffirming things I'm already doing. My confidence has grown.

My writing improved significantly

Ellie Betts

I’ve been to many of Sarah and Kristina’s workshops and my writing skills have improved significantly with their help. They both have a way of teaching that makes things easy to understand and reassures you that you’ve totally got this whether you’ve been writing for years or you’re just starting out.

A game changer

Ferzana Shan

I met Sarah when she was Chair at the Nottingham Writers' Studio and have since been on amazing writers retreats meticulously organised by Sarah. Her workshops have been a game changer for me. Her passion and dedication to writing is second to none.

Put theory into practice

by Clare Stevens

It was a comprehensive, practical course run by someone who is a proven expert in her field. It was pitched at just the right level and easy to follow. The opportunity to put the theory into practice during the day was really useful. I learnt a lot in a short time and I would thoroughly recommend this course.

(About Kristina's one-day how to write amazing blog posts course)

I wrote some of my best work ever

Annie Gault

Sarah is a great teacher, and really helped me with my exams. I went to some of her writing courses too and they were so inspiring I wrote loads, and it was some of my best work ever.

FAQ

  • How does membership work?

    It's a monthly membership and you can cancel it at any time, same as you would something like Netflix. However, once you cancel, you lose access to all the course content and the Facebook community.

  • I don't write in English - can I still benefit from this?

    Yes! While we teach in English, the storytelling, mindset, and business techniques we teach don't change whatever language or country you publish in.