For writers of all genre who want to write, and the readers who love them.  Find what you want to know.

E-Publishing

How to Publish a Profitable E-Mag By Angela Adair Hoy

Fiction

GMC: Goal, Motivation and Conflict by Debra Dixon

How to Publish Your Articles: A Complete Guide To Making The Right Publication Say Yes by Shirley Kawa-Jump

Self Editing for Fictions Writers  by Browne, Renni and Dave King

On Writing by Stephen King

Writing the Breakout Novel by Donald Maass

Markets

Writer’s Market – 8,000 Editors Who Buy What You Write  (always search for latest edition)

Non-Fiction Books

Carpool Tunnel Syndrome  By: Judy Gruen – Think you’re the only mother whose children turn into terrorists when you’re on the phone?  Wondering how come the authorities haven’t arrested you for being a terrible parent? You’re not alone! Judy Gruen’s new book “Carpool Tunnel Syndrome” will have you nodding your head in agreement and roaring with laughter.     Buy the Book

Freedom to Freelance  By: Rusty Fischer – From now on, whenever I receive an email from an aspiring writer who wants to know how to get started as a freelancer, or a struggling writer who needs to know how to find work, I’m going to send them an email that simply contains the URL to purchase this book and the comment: “Read It.”   Buy the Book

How to Publish a Profitable E-Mag   By: Angela Adair Hoy – This book is a must have if you dream of putting out your own e-mag. It is a step by step instructional piece that will guide you through your entire publication process. Starting from.   Buy the Book

The Well-Fed Writer By: Peter Bowerman – The Well-Fed Writer is a must-read for anyone considering a career as a freelance corporate writer. It provides step-by-step instructions and suggestions for establishing a career in this field, whether or not you’ve had any previous experience. If you’re looking for an easy-to-read, get-started-quick guide to a career in corporate writing, Peter Bowerman’s book is a great resource.   Buy the Book

Writing for Magazines: 12 New Things Writers Must Do Today to Make Money  By: Meg Weaver – Would-be magazine writers need to meet the new demands of the marketplace, Weaver says.  Her book, “Writing for Magazines:  Twelve New Things Writers Must Do Today To Make Money,” tells us how.     Buy the Book

Proposals

Write the Perfect Book Proposal: 10 That Sold and Why, 2nd Edition by Deborah Levine Herman and Jeff Herman

Publishing

How to Publish Your Articles: A Complete Guide To Making The Right Publication Say Yes by Shirley Kawa-Jump

How to Publish Your Nonfiction Book by Rudy Shur

Self Publishing

How to Publish a Profitable E-Mag By Angela Adair Hoy

Earthly Charms – Self-Promotion

Synopsis

The Dreaded Synopsis – Elizabeth Sinclair

2022 NOV Contests, Workshops, Webinars

Posted 10-31-2022
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RWA2022 Conference Recordings

Featured Article

8 Best Writing Tips to Become a Best Storyteller

What makes a good story?  It’s the details. The little things that make a big difference when it comes to writing.

Fun Inspirations 4

Inspiration comes in many forms, laughter, tragedy, global events and more.

online safety

Online Safety for Kids and Teens

List of sites with Online Safety Tips for Kids and Teens

In this post, we look at the problem with head-hopping when you write.

What Is Head-Hopping?

A look at the problem with head-hopping when you write from Writers Write.

2022-10-writing contests

2022 OCT Contests, Workshops, Webinars

Published 10-01-2022
Workshop Added: 10-08-2022

featured article

How To Market Your Book After You’ve Written It

An excellent article from Writer’s Write.  5 ways to market your book after you’ve written it.

Fun Inspirations 3

Inspiration comes in many forms.  For me it’s laughter or being able to find laughter in painful events.

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