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Quit waiting for "inspiration" to strike.

Join the FREE 30 Day Songwriting Challenge today
and start writing great lyrics every single day.

Are You Struggling To Get "Inspired" To Write Songs?

The 30 Day Songwriting Challenge
helps professional songwriters create and sustain
a daily songwriting routine.

RESULT #1: Stop getting derailed by distractions

RESULT #2: End procrastination for good

RESULT #3: Deal with your resistance to writing good music


This course is appropriate for people of all ages.
Creative writers are welcome to join.

"The best thing is that songwriting doesn’t feel like a chore anymore. It’s now something I look forward to every day, and when I missed a day I’m happy that I get to do two in a row. "

- Lisa, Singer/Songwriter


"This challenge was exactly what I needed to pull me out of my writer's block rut!"

- Kate, Singer/Songwriter


  • One songwriting prompt

  • 3 questions as a focus point to write creative lyrics

  • Encouragement to step outside the box of rules, regulations, proper syntax, standard rhyme scheme, common song forms, etc.

  • One-on-one support from me, Stephanie, available to you via email during the entire program

  • Access to our secret Facebook group, a tight- knit community of songwriters for you to share ideas and receive feedback

Each day, you will sit down and you will write.

The first day will be 5 minutes. The 30th day will be 36 minutes. 

By the end of this free course, you will have a consistent writing routine.... and we will dance!!!


Hi, I'm Stephanie Carlin, and I'm the founder of Free Spirits Music, Brooklyn's most creative songwriting school.

I lead an online community helping songwriters kick self-doubt to the curb and discover their own daily creative process. I have come to know myself as a high performing artist, and I want to teach you to do the same. Learn more about me here.


"In a word, it was inspiring. I wrote every single day, and my pen won't stop talking to me. When I say it helped me tremendously, it's an understatement."

- Jason, singer/songwriter