The Story Fundamentals Book Coaching program is made up of fifteen core content steps that are broken down further into topics.
At the top of the image below, we see the name of the first lesson, which is “STEP 1: Identify the subgenre”. Below that is an indication of how many topics the step contains; in this case, there are five topics. By expanding the step using the toggle on the right-hand side, you’ll see the list of topics appear below “Step Content”.
The Story Fundamentals program consists of fifteen steps. The learning experiences, tasks and submissions have been carefully scaffolded to ensure you build your story in a logical way — one that will give it a strong foundation.
For this reason, you cannot skip forward in the program. Each topic and step must be marked as complete, and the tasks must be carried out in the order they are presented to you. I recommend you complete each task immediately after reviewing the content leading up to it; that way, everything is fresh in your mind. Alternatively, you may choose to work your way through the content in each step before heading back to the beginning to review it and complete all the tasks.
The work you complete in these tasks will be submitted at intervals throughout the program. You will be asked to schedule a coaching call after you upload each submission. I will then review your work and return feedback to you prior to our call. At that point, we will discuss your work and the steps you need to take moving forward.
Due to the nature of the curriculum, you will not be able to progress through the content or carry out subsequent tasks until you have received feedback following each submission.
If at any point you experience technical difficulties with the course, please email me immediately so that I can resolve the issue and get you back on track within 24 hours. You can reach me at libby [at] romancebookcoach [dot] com.
If you have a pressing or urgent question about the course content, feel free to email me. If your question pertains to your story, specifically, you will need to purchase the relevant workbook submission when prompted and, if you wish, a debrief session.