Writer’s Toolbox

Writers need a toolbox including the essential tools of grammar and punctuation combined with our voice, our unique story. Novel writing is not something to be entered into lightly.

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Writer’s Reference Books

There are countless writing reference books, updated yearly, at your local library. You can build your own reference library, stack or e-files in your own time, according to your needs and income. A Reference Library for every writer is going to be as unique as the writer’s style. Go through your books once or twice a year. Add to it. Don’t be afraid to use it.

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Virtual Book Tours

Most of the websites I visited for this topic agreed that a blog tour takes place in a limited amount of time and should be orchestrated around your release date.

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Email Marketing

We are going to talk about email lists. Should we start one? What goes into getting people to sign up? How can you increase your open rate?

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Happy Holidays

I am glad you spent so much time here in 2018 and I hope to see you all back again on January 2nd in 2019.

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Task or a Goal?

Join us on Sunday so we can discuss the difference between a task and a goal and why each are important because I don’t think a goal can exist without its Tasks.

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Submission Strategies for the New Year

2019 is almost here. Many of us wrap up the year by taking a sort of inventory of progress we made during the year and making promises to do it better in the future. As a writer, writing and sending submissions out into the world creates the task of managing them.

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