Overcoming TMSIS (Too Many Story Ideas Syndrome)

Writers, do you have too many story ideas?

Are your ideas on sticky notes, napkins, or in notebooks?

Are you stuck and can’t focus on any story right now?

Don’t Despair!

Through videos, handouts, and simple-to-follow steps, you’ll…

Organize Your Ideas

Find Your Story Gems

Become Laser Focused

And Discover the Story You Need to Be Writing RIGHT NOW!

Helping you go from frazzled to focused in five, bite-sized lessons.
Here’s What You’ll Get When You Enroll

Overcoming TMSIS

Helping you go from frazzled to focused in five, bite-sized lessons.
Self-Paced Course
Learn on your own schedule
Organize Your Story Ideas
Become laser focused
Lifetime Access to Course
24-hour email support

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Bonus Content

What Students Are Saying About Overcoming TMSIS…

“When I started your course, it got me thinking about different story ideas while watching your videos. I love your style. It really resonated with me and kept me engaged.”

Linette H.

 “The TMSIS course is a great working process for the money. You delivered simplicity with deep content. I look forward to more classes.”

Susan W.

“Joan is a natural teacher. Her storytelling makes the lessons very relatable. She encourages you throughout the course while challenging you to improve your writing skills. I enjoyed the assignments which really helped me to focus my ideas.”

Bobby W.

Hi! My name is Joan Raymond
I'm a published author and professional writing coach.
My earliest memories of writing go back to the fourth grade. An avid reader of The Happy Hollisters mystery series, I penned my first two short stories, “The Mystery of the Missing Bread” and “The Snake That Had Legs.” Not best-sellers by any means; but my teacher loved them, as did my classmates, sparking my lifelong interest in writing.
When I was in sixth grade, my mother gifted me with a five-year diary which started my love of journaling and continues to this day.
My work has been published online and in print for my non-fiction and fiction stories. For two years, I wrote for a local newspaper interviewing interesting people and writing feature stores. I earned my Master's degree in Creative Writing/English in 2017 and have taught creative writing classes for The Leven Institute in Bakersfield, California, since then. I served on the board for the Writers of Kern, including six years as their president. Along with writing romance and mysteries for adults, I also enjoy writing middle-grade adventure stories for kids.
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