Lisa Romeo
Writer - Editor - Teacher - Coach
*I Should Be Writing!* 
Boot Camp for Procrastinators and  
Busy People

This is it. The no BS, tough-love jump-start to a charged-up writing life.


Six weeks. Online. Support. Guidance. Resources. Feedback.

Private Critique. Accountability. Productivity tools. Personal email and phone contact. Group discussion forum.


Starts April 8.


Materials available 24/7. Never need to be online at a specific time.


Three participation levels/fees. See full description by clicking here.


What some recent Boot Campers said:


"Boot Camp delivered -- so much information, so many incredible resources that I will be going back to my notebook for a long time to come. Lisa's comments, nudges, critiques, encouragements and 'kicks in the butt' have been totally on the mark and more helpful than I can say."


"This was a great class. I am so glad I did it. Lisa has been tough and nurturing and inspiring all at once. (And organized!)"


"I really enjoyed Boot Camp. More importantly, I believe it helped me with strategies I can use."


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Spring. Renewal. The world revising itself. How appropriate for writers, don't you think? 

The newish start. The not-so-blank page. 

You're busy writing. Revising. I am too. Starting over. Again.

It's spring. Why not?

Wishing you wonderful new starts. Even, or especially, if you are starting again, again.

All best,
Recent Guest Posts at Lisa Romeo Writes
> Finding the Essay at AWP  (Patricia Berry)
> Going Public with a Memoir   (Shaun Hunter)
> First Time at AWP  (Ryder Ziebarth)

And, the most read post of the last three months:
A little of what I've been up to....
+ Judged the Kenneth Kingery/August Derleth Nonfiction Book Award for the Council for Wisconsin Writers. The winner is David McGlynn's memoir A Door in the Ocean.
+ Teaching at The Writers Circle in Summit, NJ (where the next session begins in early May).
+ Guest blogging at Motherlogue about how my writing life changed along with my mothering life  -- and how sometimes the only way to get any writing done was to...lie. And at Linda K. Sienkiewicz's blog I ask who remembers when writing was fun
February Newsletter Prize Winner
Paula Santa Rita was the recipient of a $60 gift certificate toward an editing project. What a pleasure it was to work with Paula on her lovely memoir pages. Thanks to all who entered!
Book giveaway
I'm going to send one blog or newsletter reader a copy of Phillip Lopate's To Show and to Tell: The Craft of Literary Nonfiction. Send me an email by April 14 with your full name to be entered for a chance (picked at random). Must have a U.S. postal address.