Are you ready to quit thinking or dreaming about writing your book?

Enlist in Creative UnBootcamp.

We don’t just talk about writing around here. We get you moving.

Whether you are a writer going through a dry spell or have always wished you could get started, Creative UnBootcamp will help you find your voice, overcome writer’s block, and start right now!

Creative UnBootcamp

FALL 2017

Starts September 12th
Reserve your spot now!

This intensive 4-Week Online Course will help you tap your creative side
and jumpstart your writing career.

Enlist Now

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4 Weekly Online Classes

Access via phone, computer, or mobile device from anywhere in the world

Each class recorded. Replays & all worksheets provided!

90 minute sessions with live Q&A

Tuesday Evenings

September 12 – September 19 – September 26 – October 3

8 pm Eastern / 7 pm Central / 6 pm Mountain / 5 pm Pacific


EARLY BIRD TUITION – $99 good through August 10

Regular Registration – $149 (August 11 – August 31)

Late Registration – $179 ( after September 1)


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What's Included

Four Weeks – Four highly-engaged sessions in which you will…

  • Learn Your Writer Archetype—and how to use it.
  • Work it out! Daily Morning Pages practice (like pushups for writers, only a lot more fun).
  • Easy-to-follow course materials.
  • Write at least two special assignments.
  • Access to the private Facebook group for sharing, collaboration and daily interaction–including check-ins and accountability.
  • Bonus Items

 About Your Instructor




Jacob Nordby

Jacob Nordby lives near the foothills of Boise, Idaho where he loves to hike, mountain bike, and take pictures.

He consults with authors in setting up their book releases, plans speaking event tours, and creates marketing plans.

Jacob also offers private creative writing consultations for which he charges $125 per hour. He accepts selective ghost-writing projects when he isn’t working on his own latest book projects.

His book, Blessed Are the Weird – A Manifesto for Creatives, is currently available everywhere.



with Lauren Sapala

– Author of The INFJ Writer –

– Founder of Write City writing groups in Seattle & San Francisco –


Lauren Sapala is a writer, writing coach, and the author of The INFJ Writer. She began working with blocked writers in 2009 when she founded the WriteCity writing group in Seattle, and then expanded the program to San Francisco in 2010. She became a full-time writing coach in 2013, working as an advocate for writers in one-on-one sessions designed to help bring the writer’s creative dreams into existence with unconditional love and support.

Lauren began to see that intuitive writers come to the creative process in a radically different way from the norm. Intuitive writers are stifled by plotting and planning every little detail before they begin writing their stories. Their works are heavily character-focused, with a distinctive emphasis on psychology, myth and archetype, and the lessons for humanity found hiding behind almost every storyline. Intuitive writers have difficulty writing quickly and are more sensitive to criticism, or even suggested changes, to their works in the revision process. Combining her own personal experience as an intuitive introvert with the experiences of her clients, Lauren decided to write a book detailing the unique temperament and creative process of sensitive intuitive writers. And so The INFJ Writer was born.

More of Lauren’s articles on creativity, personality theory, and sensitive intuitive writers can be found at her blog: In between coaching writers, and wrangling her two-year-old son, she’s currently working on her next book, Between the Shadow and Lo, an autobiographical novel detailing her alcoholic years in Seattle. Between the Shadow and Lo will be available in spring 2017. 



Recorded Interrogation of New York Times Best-Selling Fiction Author
and Indie Publishing House Founder, Aaron Patterson

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You will learn how Aaron Patterson left his construction job and became a full-time fiction writer. Aaron is the author of several successful genre fiction series, a frequent speaker at writing conferences, and has mentored numerous writers under his publishing company, Stonehouse Ink. Whether you are an aspiring fiction or non-fiction author, you will learn from what he shares about the explosion of e-books, new media, book series, and more…



“How To Find Time To Write”
Recorded Session with award-winning writer,
Craig Hart



Craig A. Hart is the stay-at-home father of twin boys, a writer, editor, lover of the arts, and only human. He has served as editor-in-chief for The Rusty Nail literary magazine and as manager for Sweatshoppe Media. He lives and writes in Iowa City with his wife, sons, and two cats. He is the author of the award winning novel Becoming Moon, The Girl Who Read Hemingway, and the Amazon bestsellingWriter’s Tune-Up Manual. His latest project is The Busy Writer: Finding the Time and Inspiration to Write, to be released in Spring 2016.
You can visit his website at: or on Twitter @craighartwriter
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We don’t just talk to you about writing…
we help you get started!

Many online classes just talk you to death with no action. This one is different.

Do you want to write like the authors you admire? This course uses lessons from The Artist’s Way, Anne Lamott, Stephen King, Richard Bach, Ray Bradbury and others to help you tap your creative genius.


Practical | Fast-Paced  | Fun