Get Away and Write in a Place of Sand, Sea, and Serenity!
Oct 1-8, 2017
Cape Cod, MA
Just imagine how much writing you will complete when you have a week of deep rest, amazing ocean and marsh views, a roomy, comfy, historic home where you can spread out and write, and the company of 5 other writers?
Join me on the afternoon of Sunday, October 1, 2017, at Green Gates, a bright and airy “Old Cape” home on the prestigious “Captain’s Mile” in the heart of vibrant Yarmouth Port village. Built in 1850 for Captain Winthrop Baker and listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the fully remodeled home features six living areas, including a library with a window seat, internet, a huge back yard, and is just a short walk to beaches, marshes, and all the beauty of historic Cape Cod.
This writing retreat includes lots of time for writing, resting, walks, and dreaming. You’ll also enjoy group masterminds, 1:1 coaching time with me, and some creative field trips that will open your mind and clear away the cobwebs so that you can write.
The Retreat starts Sunday evening so plan to arrive anytime after 4 pm. It’s an easy drive from Boston. We will conclude our time together right after breakfast the following Sunday morning, October 8th.
This will be a small, intimate, and powerful retreat, so you’ll get plenty of attention or solitude, whatever you like at the moment.
All breakfasts, and either lunch or dinner each day are included in your registration. We’ll sample local restaurants for the other meal. I can almost taste the seafood, can’t you?
Q: How many people will be at this event?
A: Green Gates has six bedrooms, one with twin beds. That means that the group will be six or seven people, including me. If you want to book the room with twin beds and share space/split the registration fee with another writer, please contact me right away. That room will be offered on a first come, first served basis.
Q: How much writing time will I have each day?
A: You’ll have at least 4 hours of writing time every day, with the option to do more. You are also free to take a nap, read a book, or go on a walk during writing time. This is your time to do what your soul calls you to do.
Q: Will there be group meetings?
A: Yes, we’ll have daily group guided discussions and masterminding time. You’ll also have two sixty-minute private coaching sessions with me during the week where we can cover anything from book titles, marketing, business planning, or editing your work in progress. There will also be plenty of time for laughter and fun.
Q: I have food allergies. Will that be a problem?
A: No, just let us know, and we’ll do our best to accommodate any special dietary needs.
Q: Do you have a cancellation policy?
A: If you register for the retreat and must cancel before Sept 1, we’ll give you a full refund if we have someone on the waiting list to take your place. If no one can take your place, we’ll refund 50% of your investment. There will be no refunds after Sept 1.
Q: May I bring a guest?
A: This is a special time for you to create and write. Guests will be a distraction so give yourself the gift of this time just for you.
Q: Will I have time to enjoy the area?
A: Yes, there are antique shops, a bookstore, museums, beaches, and all sorts of wonderful things to enjoy in the area. We’ll have plenty of time for exploring as well as some special group surprises.
Q: Do you have a payment plan?
A: Yes, you can split the investment into five easy payments of $379.
Q: How do I register?
A: Click the button below to make your first payment of $379 to secure your spot. Remember, there are only five rooms available, so please do not delay. Once the retreat is filled, I’ll start a waiting list in case there is a cancellation.
More questions? Pop me an email at email@example.com
Last October, we had a wonderful time at the Author-izing Retreat in New York. This year, I’m thrilled to be able to offer a retreat that is twice as long and at a lower price.
I have worked with Lynne for a long time, and she’d already taught me a lot about writing non-fiction books and publishing in general. I admire her and her work. I went to her retreat hoping to have time write, space to write, and to meet Lynne face to face. I came back with a lot more: a renewed confidence in my writing and marketing abilities as well as new friends, kindred spirits and writing colleagues for life. Lynne’s retreats are full of inspiration, practical tips, and free time to explore and put all the info she shares together in your own unique voice. It was also a transformative spiritual experience for me. It’s only been a month, and I’m already getting much more attention for my existing debut novel (due out summer 2017), and I’ve found renewed motivation to work on my next one. ~Kathy Ramsperger, Author
I recently had the pleasure to attend a writer’s retreat in upper New York hosted by Lynne Klippel. She called it an Authorizing Experience. Lynne brought together a group of writers, myself included, helping us become better at what we do.
The genius of the structure of the retreat was that she brought together a small group of like-minded individuals, some already published and some not, while she served as a catalyst for building synergy within our group. We benefited from the diversity that resulted in true collaboration in a nurturing environment. Lynne urged us to continually think bigger, to think of ways that we can get our ideas out so that we connect with our readers in a meaningful manner.
Lynne is an excellent book coach. She gauges your ability well and takes you to the next level of effectiveness and achievement. She does this by evaluating your strengths and urging you to try new ways of writing. In my case, she noticed that I am very comfortable speaking to a group. And she saw that I was wearing a wrist brace because I am trying to prevent developing carpal tunnel syndrome from advancing any further. I also had mentioned that I recently started using the dictation tool called Dragon at home. Therefore she suggested that I stand up and dictate what I want to say. When I returned home, I found that it for works exceedingly well for my style of creativity.
If you are an inspiring writer, or even if you’ve already published a book or two, and are serious I highly recommend that you do whatever it takes to attend one of Lynne’s retreats. You will be glad did so.~Jimm Hughey, M. S. ,Author
Having never before experienced a writing retreat, I wasn’t sure what to expect. But knowing the fine work and programs Lynne Klippel offers, her Author-izing adventure had to be one of impeccable taste, deep learning, and soul-reaching writing. I was not disappointed. Even though set against the beautiful fall landscape along the Hudson River of upstate New York, the weather could not compare with the talented and varied authors that were spread informally, yet comfortably, around the room. Lynne made the days pass almost too quickly by with the activities she planned for our experiential learning. If you ever get a chance to work with Lynne on this personal level, I suggest doing so. She is masterful at tapping into your potential as a writer.~~Peggy Lee Hanson, Chief Editor/Publisher
Courageous Women Publications™
We’ll sit in these chairs and work on your book together.
See you there!