Write Your Book Dammit!

Seriously, how long have you wanted to write a book?

A month?

A year?

Several years?

Imagine how awesome you will feel once your story is out of your head and into the world!


With my help, you’re going to:
  1. get the story out of your head,
  2. outline it so you can build on it,
  3. create a schedule so you can write AND have a life!


Writing a book is like building a house. You must first build a solid foundation. Next, you must have a set of plans to build the house. You’ll need to decide what kind of roof you want.

Finally, you have to build the damn house.

But who am I to talk about houses and books?

Who am I to help you?

That's me - I'm Allie!


I’m Allie, a storyteller and creative motivator who has the pleasure of helping people in a variety of ways including an intuitive advisor and sexual desire coach.I love to help creatives BE CREATIVE and motivate them along the way!

So far I’ve written six books, several screenplays, and I’m almost done with the seventh book: “Soulful Connections.”I love to be creative, but sometimes I have had a hell of a time being motivated to sit by tush in a chair and write. That is until I discovered a way to get me to write.
And folks, if I can get me to write – I can get anyone to write.

Write Your Book Dammit – Course Syllabus

We don’t mess around here. You could take a month, 3 months, 6 months, a year to write your book. But if you could’ve – you would’ve already. With a 21 day course you have no time to worry, to think about if you’re good enough – you just do it.

In 21 days you’ll:

  • Discover how to choose the right subject of your book to ensure its, and your, success.
  • Develop your characters (fiction) or the problem & solution (non-fiction), turning your book into a page-turner.
  • Tackle the “must have” genre scenes for your story keeping the reader interested.
  • Write your damn book (draft 1) from beginning to end.
  • AND you get my feedback every step of the way!

Session One: Crafting The Foundation

Days 1 & 2

  • Should you write fiction or non-fiction?
  • What story/topic should you tackle?
  • Create a three paragraph summary (beginning, middle, end).
  • Construct your elevator pitch – one line that describes your book.
Submit each section to me for comments and suggestions.

Session Two: Drafting the House

Days 3 & 4

  • Create the storyline (fiction) or story flow (non-fiction).
  • Craft compelling characters (fiction & non-fiction).

Submit each section to me for comments and suggestions.


Session Three: Deciding on the Roof

Days 5 & 6

  • Develop an outline, so you have a roadmap for writing. The outline will save you time writing the book!
  • Tackle the “must have” genre scenes for your story keeping the reader interested.

Submit each section to me for comments and suggestions.

Session Four: Building the House

Days 7 – 21

  • Write beginning – Act 1: days 7 – 11
  • Write middle – Act 2: days 12 – 16
  • Write end – Act 3: 17 – 21
  • I send you motivation along the way.

Plus, you’re able to contact me at any time with questions.

What experience do I need to take this course?

None. All you need is the desire to write a book.

Is it helpful to have a writing background?

Of course! Any experience you have is beneficial to YOU and cuts down on your learning curve.

Will you suggest resources we can use for writing?

Definitely. I have a library of over 100 writing references and websites. I will make sure that if you wish, you are well-equipped to keep learning and improving.

Is there a Facebook group?

Yes. Whether or not you participate in it is up to you. Some find it helpful to support one another and others find it distracting.

Is there a refund?


How long do I have access to the materials?

For the lifetime of the course no matter how many changes to the material or increase in cost.


“This course is super for getting out of your own way and turning your thoughts into something tangible. Allie has a keen eye for tapping into the essence of your work and helping you pull all the threads of your story together in a way that makes sense to the reader. ” – Jennifer B


JUNE 2020.