Monday, May 4, 2020

Lynette Eason's Aspiring Romantic-suspense Network

Edie here. Lynette is a very close friend of mine, but beyond that she's a genius when it comes to mentoring others in the world of writing. So when she told me about this program she was starting, I insisted she write me a post so I could share the opportunity with you all!  

by Lynette Eason @LynetteEason

Hi Friends, thanks for letting me stop in today and share something I’m kind of excited about. I’ve been thinking long and hard about developing a program that helps writers grow in the craft of writing romantic suspense. As you know, no matter where you are on your journey to publication, writing is HARD. It can often be lonely. And, often, you just don’t know what you don’t know. As a result, I’ve developed the LEARN Program.

Lynette Eason’s Aspiring Romantic-suspense Network 
(My hubby came up with that and I liked it! J)

Here’s the pitch:

Are you an aspiring writer of romantic suspense who’s been working toward publication for a while now? Are you interested in writing category romantic suspense? Have you received a few rejections and don’t understand why? Are you targeting a certain publishing house? Are you an Indie author interested in making sure you’re putting out a well-done story?

I’m happy to say that I’m now offering a 7-month writing intensive that will help move you closer to publication. Please understand that I’m in no way GUARANTEEING publication with a traditional house. I’m not an acquisitions editor, etc, but if you will commit yourself to this course, you will definitely make strides in the right direction. If your genre is not Romantic Suspense, I can still help you, (the story elements are either there or they aren’t) however, keep in mind that my expertise is in the Romantic Suspense/thriller arena.

Here are just a few of the benefits you’ll receive throughout the course.
  • A contract signed by both parties to protect your investment as well as mine.
  • Monthly one-hour TEAM meeting (for anyone who is interested and currently enrolled in the course) for Q & A and encouragement as well as a publishing topic that is relevant to publisher-worthy writing.
  • Monthly one hour zoom sessions with one on one coaching and check-in
  • Daily email access with prompt responses from me for questions along the way between the interactive sessions. (Yes, you can email me daily if you need to, but no more than two a day, please.)
  • Synopsis review (multiple times) and chapter by chapter feedback on your manuscript.
  • A final in-depth review/developmental edit of manuscript before submission. 

What it IS:
  • It is mentoring and coaching process with Lynette Eason to LEARN how to write category romantic suspense and the elements necessary for an effective storyline.
  • There will be monthly WORD COUNT deadlines. I understand life happens, but the deadlines are there for a reason. You may complete your manuscript early, but I will not be able to work ahead with you.
  • -f you stop working or find yourself unable to complete the course in the time allotted, there are NO refunds. However, you will have up to a year from date of signup to finish and will accept that my schedule may not permit immediate or daily feedback, etc. Although, know that I will do my best to respond in a timely manner in order to allow you to finish before the year is up. 

  • This is not a class on writing per se. I’m assuming that you already know how to write. For example, you should already have a good grasp of the basics of plot, point of view, characterization, deep point of view, backstory, grammar, punctuation, etc., however, I will be pointing out how to improve and build on what you’re already doing, so there will be some teaching involved.
  • This is not necessarily a program for a beginning writer. It’s pretty fast-paced and intense.
  • You should have a story in progress.
  • You should have read at least 10 books in the line you are targeting.

If this sounds like something you’re interested in, feel free to email me at I’d love to answer any questions you might have.

Have a blessed Day!


Lynette Eason writes for Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group. Her books have appeared on the CBA, ECPA, and Publisher’s Weekly bestseller lists. In 2016, Lynette placed in the top ten in the James Patterson co-writers contest. She has won the Carol Award, the IRCC award, the Selah, Killer Nashville’s Reader’s Choice Award, the Christian Retailing's Best Award and more. Lynette’s novel, Her Stolen Past, was made into a Lifetime Movie Network movie which aired in February 2018. 

Lynette is a member of ACFW, RWA, MWA, ITW, FHL and KOD. 

She can be found at and

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