~ Cohorts ~

Cohorts mean business. Members at this level focus on setting and meeting specific goals for their writing. At the Cohorts level, doors open to events and activities designed to stretch your skills and help you smash those goals much sooner than someday. We take your progress seriously. For $15/month (or $150 /year) we provide:  

  • Everything in the Friends membership
  • Private discussion groups with specific topics 
  • Private write-ins in a comfortable, secure environment
  • Challenging writing games and activities to hone your skills
  • Exclusive invitations to Cohorts events and activities
  • 15% discount on labs and workshops
  • 15% discount on merchandise
  • Basic, consistent support developing your author platform

Cohorts are intent on honing their skills in order to produce high quality work. You write short stories, fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. Or, you write books, blogs, articles, and screenplays. You behave like a professional writer because that is who you are, or will be very soon. This is why you set goals for your writing and work damn hard to achieve them.

You up your membership to Cohort because you want to finish that big project on your desk, take your storytelling to the next level, and share your work with the world. You’re standing somewhere on a learning curve, and wherever that is, you’re excited about it. At this level, you’re willing to invest in yourself in a way that motivates you to achieve while giving you space to do it in your time.

Come be a part of a slightly more intense group, hell bent on making this writing thing happen.

“Writing a novel is like running a marathon but you’re alone, in the rain, and don’t know where you’re going. That is, unless you find a community like To Live and Write in Alameda. I have never met so many talented, vibrant, supportive writers in my entire life. When I get stuck I know that someone will be there either online or at one of the many gatherings during the week to cheer me on, offer practical advice, or just lend an ear.”

~ Jannette Eng, YA and Mystery

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