The Red House Writers Collective
The support you need to be the writer you are meant to be.
Are you happy with where you are in your writing career?
Are you satisfied with the amount of writing you are actually getting done?
Are you excited about your path to publication? (Do you even know what that path looks like?)
Have you ever thought, ‘I wish I could get on a regular schedule. Not only writing, but building my platform, AND my business.’ ?”
Maybe you’ve asked yourself…
“Why can’t I just settle down and write?”
“Why do I never know what to post on social media?”
“I know God has called me to write. Why is every step so hard?”
What if there was one thing
— just one thing —
that could help you change your current situation?
What if you were able to suddenly create a life where you not only looked forward to writing each and every day, but a life where you actually have the time and ideas to write, and could build a following of readers hungry for what you’re writing? And then, what if you were actually able to turn writing into a business?
Hey friend, Kathi Lipp here.
I’m a best-selling author and speaker who has helped countless writers transform their dream of writing into a reality with my podcast, coaching, workshops and conferences.
A few years ago, my husband and I ditched our Silicon Valley lives (and home) and I now work full-time helping writers live out their calling as mission-driven messengers, all from this magical place called The Red House.
From there, I work with top publishers like Zondervan and Harvest House to write books (20, so far) speak, and run writing retreats in the mountains of Northern California.
But my writing career has not always been on track.
There were a lot of years when I struggled to get words on the page. And when I finally sat down and wrote, I didn’t have an audience or a publisher who was interested in reading any of it. And all the time, more of my money was going out to support my writing habit than was coming in.
I had to make a decision – was this writing thing actually a call from God, something I was supposed to commit a big part of my life to? Or was it something I was doing just for myself?
I was called to write, and I wanted that writing to change lives.
So I signed up for all of the conferences, workshops, seminars and more. I listened to all of the experts tell me what to do – and tried to do as much as I could. The problem? Trying to put all the training and expertise into practice. I was spending so much time LEARNING what to do, I had ZERO time to do what needed to be done.
And that is when I discovered the one thing that actually made a difference in not just my writing, but my platform and in my business:
The Collective Check-in.
I started meeting (in person and online) with people who didn’t just talk about wanting to be writers, but were actually out there, getting published online, and in magazines and in books. These were people who didn’t let problems get in their way for long – they knew they were called to not only write, but share their writing with others, and build a life (and even a business) around their writing.
I call this The Collective Check-in. Working with writers who are further along in the journey, to keep me focused on what actually needs to be done, instead of listening to the thousands of voices in this space trying to convince me of the hundreds of things that could be done.
When I started to meet with other writers, make plans for growing my business and ministry, and holding each other to a higher standard, things started to happen. Fast.
- I started to write online. And then for magazines. And then, books.
- I grew my online platform into something that publishers were excited about.
- I launched a successful podcast, and then a Facebook group with over 10,000 members.
- Most importantly? I started to see people’s lives change for the better.
…it was more than I could have ever dreamed.
OK, so listen.
You’ve been thinking about writing and what it would take to really professionalize your writing.
You have a story that you know would be an encouragement – maybe even life-changing – to others.
Is the idea of changing the world with your words something you’d like to start working on?
Because, right now, I have a plan that will show you how.
Today, I’m so excited to be able to introduce you to my online coaching program, The Red House Writers Collective.
It’s a day-by-day roadmap that not only shows you exactly what to do to increase your writing, but also builds your writing business in a way that you’ve always known you could.
Each month we will work on developing these three key areas:
Our team will help you develop the skills you need in one of our three focus areas: Writing, Platform and Business Building. You will receive your hiking orders for the month, and support along the way to accomplish your goals.
Every three months, we will focus on a different aspect of your writing business to help you grow into the author you want to become.
You’ll learn to focus on the actual writing – this is where we help you get words on the page. We will talk not just about the craft of writing, but how to be consistent in your writing every day.
You’ll focus on platform – this is where we will set goals for you and help you achieve those goals when it comes to growing an audience that wants to read what you write.
You’ll get down to business – this is where we will not only help you dream about what you want your writing business to look like, but help you make those dreams a reality.
We will repeat this 3-month cycle throughout the year.
Instead of relying on coaches who dip in and out of the program, the Red House Writers Collective has a dedicated team of experts available to answer your questions every month. You get consistent support in the areas that matter most.
Kathi, along with her husband Roger, are the founders of Writing at the Red House Retreats and the Red House Writers Collective, along with her small group coaching program, Kathi Lipp’s Business Builder MasterMind. Kathi is the best-selling author or over 20 books, and the founder of Clutter Free Academy. In the Collective, Kathi will coach us on how to produce as much “publishable” writing as possible in the time that you have (and have some fun along the way!)
Rachel Marie Kang
Rachel Marie Kang is a New York native, born and raised just outside New York City. A mixed woman of African American, Native American, Irish, and Dutch descent, she is a graduate of Nyack College (New York) with a degree in English with Creative Writing and Bible. She is the founder of The Fallow House and author of Let There Be Art: The Pleasure and Purpose of Unleashing the Creativity within You. Rachel’s writing has been featured in Christianity Today, Proverbs 31 Ministries, and (in)courage. She lives and writes in North Carolina with her husband and two children.
Debbie Alsdorf’s greatest joy is encouraging others. She has a mission— to help women live a better story and she does this by leading women to the heart of God’s love for them and the truth of His word. She does this through her writing, speaking, teaching, and life-coaching.
She has been a women’s ministry leader for over 30 years, working with women in all stages of life. She is an author, international speaker, mentor, certified life coach, non-fiction writing coach, and literary agent with the Books and Such Literary Management Team. http://www.booksandsuch.com
Roger and his wife, author Kathi Lipp, are the cofounders of Writing at the Red House, where they teach authors how to create their message, and then share it through social media and email marketing. He and Kathi coauthored Happy Habits for Every Couple with Harvest House Publishers. In the Collective, Roger Lipp is our tech coach. Helping you make sense of systems to not only get your book written, but out into the world.
Dr. Jen Bennett is a driven, visionary communicator who has a unique way of connecting with her audience and instilling courage. Jen has consulted various entrepreneurs, small business owners, ministries, organizations, and college students in social media, personal branding, marketing, and public relations. Jen was named as one of 65 Women in Digital You Should Be Following. She is also the author of the book, #BeWorthFollowing: How to Be Different and Influence People in a Crowded Social World. In April of 2021, Jen launched the She Impacts Culture podcast, a podcast for trailblazing, faith-based women who want to lead with influence and impact culture for Christ.
Social Media + Launch Strategy
Tonya helps authors launch books, blogs, brands, courses and programs. No two launches are alike, because no two writers are alike. Balancing the business parts of the process with the emotions of a launch gets messy. Tonya can come alongside you (coaching) or boss you around (consulting). The choice is yours. In the Collective, Tonya will focus on the strategy sitting behind social media and guide you along the way.
Writing Technique Specialist
Amberly Neese is a popular speaker, comedian, author, speaker coach, and all-around encourager dedicated to helping you give your message the voice and opportunities it deserves (www.amberlyneese.com).
Her latest bible study project, “Untangling Faith” explores the questions of Jesus and launches April of 2023.
She and her husband have two adult children, a goldendoodle, and a home in Prescott, Arizona, where they enjoy the great outdoors, the Food Network, and all things Star Wars.
Newsletters that Nurture
Kelly Wilbanks lives in Yakima, Washington, with her husband and three vivacious daughters. She has a bachelor’s degree in Speech Communications, Bible & Theology, and English with an emphasis in professional writing. Kelly’s Business “Newsletters that Nurture” provides coaching, organizational tools, and done-for-you services. She loves authentic connection and watching it develop between authors and their audiences.
After years of working in the financial industry, Eric Nevins launched his podcast, Halfway There, to tell the whole story about the spiritual journey. He quickly found the community podcasting is known for and started a group to bring Christian podcasters together. Since then, he’s worked with podcasters to launch and improve their podcast, most recently with Christian Podcasters Association.
Eric holds a Master of Divinity from Denver Seminary and still lives in Denver with his wife, four kids, and a wonder dog.
Yep – daily check-ins to keep on task and focused. Your success is our success. We want this to be a win for everyone.
Want to reach your goals? There is no better way to do that than to work alongside people who have the same plan as you.
With the Writing at the Red House Collective, after just 12 months, you will have:
- Written enough words to complete a full manuscript, plus blog articles and social media posts.
- Worked with a coach to increase your online platform every single day.
- Started a business based on the message you’ve been called to share.
- Worked with experts in every area of your writing career.
- Found your people – you will be surrounded by writers who are not your competition – they will become your community.
Here are just a few of the people I’ve been able to coach to take their writing, platform and business to the next level:
In the Red House Writer’s Collective, I have finally found “my people”!
After 10 years of going it alone, as a 4 times traditionally published author and speaker, it has been an incredible blessing to know I’m not alone in this writing journey to which I have been called.
The friendship, encouragement, insights, advice, and community I’ve found at The Collective have lit my fire and helped me forge ahead to accomplish more in one year than I ever would have on my own.
Participating in the Red House Writers Collective exceeded my expectations in every way. Kathi and her mentor team generously share valuable, practical guidance from their years as Christian communicators. New friendships and professional connections that develop are purposeful and meaningful. Encouragement to hold ourselves accountable and be consistent is well-balanced with promoting the importance of resting and giving ourselves grace. If I chose one word to describe my experience in the Collective, it would be growth.
If I were to write one sentence about my experience it would be this:
The RHWC surpassed my expectations in every way.
MORE trainings and resources than I expected.
MORE flexibility for busy people, just what I needed.
MORE support from Kathi Lipp and a great team of mentors and coaches than I dared dream of.
MORE encouragement and accountability built right in.
As a result, I am making MORE progress toward my personal writing goals!
Would I sign up again? Absolutely.
Being involved in the Red House Writers Collective has made a big difference in my life. It is the difference between sheepishly saying, “I would like to try being a writer” and saying in faith “I am a writer for the Lord.”
In the Red House, I have found a group of supportive people, some who are widely published and others who are like me. If I have a question about the process of writing for publication, I can put it on the discussion page, and people give feedback from their experiences. There are numerous Facebook Live training sessions each week from experts and people who have achieved success in various areas of writing, publishing, speaking, audience growth, etc. Those sessions are kept available on the group page to be watched on replay by any who were not able to see them live.
Perhaps my favorite feature of the Collective is the Campfire Write Along that happens a couple of times each month. It is a 3-hour Zoom meeting where we participants work on projects of our choosing, coming together each hour to share what we just accomplished in the previous hour and what we hope to accomplish in the coming hour. I always find I get a lot of words written around the “campfire.”
Between the encouragement, the advice, the feeling that we are all pursuing our callings together, and the accountability, being involved in the Red House Writers Collective has helped me accomplish more in six months than I have previously accomplished over six years. Of course, the Collective does not automatically make this happen. But in my case, it has helped me turn off the TV and focus on building a writing career.
PLUS, join before January 6th and get this bonus from Kathi…
Join the Collective by January 6th:
… and you will receive a full access pass to our one day conference “Your Path to Published”. Stay tuned for this year’s speakers. To give you an idea on how awesome this is last years speakers included:
Grace P. Cho Editor at InCourage Dayspring How to Work with an Editor To Make Your Words More Powerful
Heather Green Associate Publisher at Harvest House Publishers – Turn Yourself into a Marketing Dream for Publishers
Vicki Crumpton Executive Editor Revell Publishers How to Get an Editor’s Attention
Tonya Kubo Social Media Strategist The Top 5 Secrets to Thriving Online Communities
Amberly Neese Speaker Coach How to Create Your Speaking Platform (Both Online and In-Person)
Roger and Kathi Lipp Podcast to Published – Creating the Platform Any Publisher Would Love
– This one-day conference is normally $199, but you will be able to attend for free when you enroll in the Collective.
(A $199 value)
So I’m guessing now you’re wondering how expensive a coaching program like this will be? I get it. A program, not only instruction and goals, but also community and accountability (the all important Collective Check-In!)
And even though there are other programs offering a lot less (and charging thousands of dollars – and they are totally worth it) that’s not what I’m doing here.
I want to make this program substantial enough to be life-changing for those who are serious about their calling as writers, but keep it affordable enough so if you’re committed, it will be worth what you’re paying – a few times over!
Right now, you can subscribe to The Red House Writers Collective for 50% off, including the amazing bonus of the “Your Path to Published” one-day conference (a $199 value). This includes the Collective’s Coaching, Community and Accountability. ALL OF THAT for only $379 per year.
$760 / year
$379 / year
Click the “Enroll Now” button below and get started today. Be sure to use coupon code CHECKIN to get this amazing discount.
Yep, Just $379 today. But the price is going back up on January 6th. So if you want in, AND you want to SAVE 50% — plus get some cool bonuses, then click the “Enroll Now” button below and use the code CHECKIN to get started today.
Plus, you’re 100% protected by my 30 day “ZERO-RISK GUARANTEE”
Take the Red House Writers Collective for a test drive (or as we like to do around here, take it for a test hike…). Try out our Course, our Coaches, our Check-ins and our Community, and see how it works for YOU!
If you find it wasn’t worth the $379 or you didn’t get the results you expected, just let me know and I’ll IMMEDIATELY give you a full refund. Sound fair?
So here is the Real Question…
Is your writing career worth checking this out?
Even if it does only half of what I’ve claimed today, it will pay for itself as soon as you start to see real results, faster than you imagined — not only in your writing, but in your platform and business as well.
So if you’re ready, just go ahead and click the Enroll Now button below and take advantage of this very special offer.
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