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Book Doulas' Writing Retreats

Join New York Times best-selling author, Kristine Carlson, and acclaimed editor, Debra Evans, for a life-changing writing retreat in Mount Shasta, California

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Find deep inspiration, clarity, and confidence in Mount Shasta

Upcoming retreat dates:

October 6 - 9, 2022

Join us for three nights and three days in a glorious setting—Kristine’s stunningly beautiful mountain retreat home. This will be your sanctuary for focusing on the writing project that is calling you: a book, course content, website copy, a speech, or another important piece of writing.

What's Included in the Retreat:

Once you get to Mount Shasta and step into the spectacular setting, here is the all-inclusive package: 

  • In advance of the retreat, a partial or full review of your work by Kristine and Debra, depending on the number of pages that are ready for review.

  • Private time and coaching with both of us (Debra and Kristine).

  • All meals and lodging. (Everyone gets their own cozy and luxurious bed, but not their own room. The shared sleeping space is a gorgeously designed sanctuary.)  

The luxury of time and space . . .

  • Time for writing. 

  • Time for connecting deeply in our transformational sharing circles.

  • Time for self-care and self-reflection.

  • Time to enjoy the beauty of nature surrounding Mount Shasta.

All-Inclusive Cost: $3,800, plus a $50 credit card processing fee

An Extraordinary Location

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Dear Writer,
Kristine's magical retreat home is a sacred place . . . a place where book ideas have been dreamed and birthed into being. As beautiful as this video introduction is, the in-person experience of being there is even greater.  

We hope you enjoy the view!

"Write what should not be forgotten."

Isabel Allende

"All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know." 

~ Ernest Hemingway

"A professional writer is an amateur who didn’t quit.”

~ Richard Bach

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