We have just finished up another amazing Arche Year Cohort!
This small group of writers came in with varying levels of experience. Each one brought his or her own unique goals and challenges to the program.
As always, it was a joy and delight to work with them. We’re proud to say that 100% of the students in this year’s Cohort wrote a complete novel manuscript and launched a professional author’s platform. They’ll still have a lot of work ahead of them, but they are well on their way to becoming income-earning professional writers. More importantly, they’re already impacting Americans with the light and love of Jesus through their work.
Are you interested in jumpstarting your writing career? Where would you like to be one year from now? Arche Year is a part-time online course that just might change your life. Learn more and register here. 2022 classes start the week of September 12th.
A few of our recent graduates joined us on a podcast episode to celebrate their success. Listen to the full podcast episode below, or find it on any major podcast platform.
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Rebekah Olson is a professional book editor with books already available on Amazon. She crafted a fantasy novel that’s been eluding her for sometime. The program helped her to develop a marketing infrastructure so that she can effectively promote her books and reach new audiences. Learn more about Rebekah and join her mailing list at RebekahOlsonVentures.com.
Kyle Peters is a pastor from Urbana, Ohio, but moved to Chicago, Illinois over the course of the program. He wrote a spiritual memoir, weaving lessons he’s learned with his own life story. He came in with virtually no book-writing experience, but Kyle’s book is already in production for publication and should be available this fall. Follow Kyle for inspirational lessons on hearing the voice of the Lord and seeing the miraculous in our every day lives at TopoWilderness.com.
Eliza June Sapphire is a recent graduate of Liberty University. She is a busy homeschool mom living in Arkansas. Eliza June wrote an engaging historical fiction novel which combines some of her on family’s history with folklore of the midwest. Follow Eliza June on her website, ElizaJuneSapphire.com.
Through the Arche Year course, each of these writers:
- Wrote a complete novel manuscript
- Legally registered their writing business in their state
- Built and developed an author’s website
- Launched a professional social media presence
- Learned the realities of the publishing industry in-depth
- …and so much more!
The Arche Year program requires just ten hours per week. But the results are off the charts! Literally, 100% of our students who follow through on the time commitment will reach their goals of writing a great novel manuscript and launching their professional author’s platform.
What’s stopping you from seeing the same results? Learn more about joining us for Arche Year. Classes start soon, so register today!
We’re so happy for this year’s Arche Year graduates! Thank you to Rebekah, Kyle, and Eliza June for appearing on the podcast with us. Be sure to visit their websites and join their newsletters to stay in the loop with their future news.