Many writers start strong with big ambitions …

 … but eventually reach a crisis of completion.

It doesn’t have to be that way. The answer is Finishing School.

Finishing School restores order to your work. It helps you set aside a realistic number of hours each week and define a task that can be completed in whatever time you have. Every week you finish something and, week by week, you get it done. You restore your interest in the work and your confidence in your talent by your steady progress.