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The Working Writer's Club

Welcome to the Working Writer’s Club

I’m Suzanne Lieurance, The Working Writer’s Coach and president of the club. I can show you how to turn your love of writing into a part time or full time career. Simply become a member of the club (it’s free) and you’ll gain immediate access to a wealth of articles,

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Terry Nicholetti is Showcased All This Month at The National Writing for Children Center

Terry Nicholetti, Founder and Chief Encourager of Speak Out, Girlfriend!, is a former teaching nun and professional actor/playwright and author, with nearly 30 years experience in sales and marketing. A speaker, consultant and member of National Speakers Association, Terry helps clients, especially artist/entrepreneurs, find their voice and tell their stories.

Writer's Workshops


Three Free Tools for Your Writer’s Toolbox: CreateSpace, Inkscape, and Teachers Pay Teachers

 Replay of the Teleclass *Introduction to the benefits of using each of these tools. Whether your book is for kids or adults, you can publish your own book for free on CreateSpace. You can create marketing products for free on Inkscape such as printable bookmarks or teacher’s guides, whether

Getting Motivated


Willpower Cannot Always Be on Call by Irene S. Roth

Do you ever wonder why your willpower tends to dwindle? Do you know why you always start a project with great enthusiasm but this enthusiasm then fades leaving you feeling un-energized and unmotivated? Well, maybe you are putting too much credence and hope in your willpower. Our success as writers

For Writers


You Can Write Your (Nonfiction) Book in Just 30 Days!

Nothing helps build your business – and your credibility as a leading expert – than your own book. And writing a nonfiction book to build your business doesn’t have to take months to write. Let me show you how to write your book in just 30 days. Find out more

Writing Tips


On Hockey, Repainting, and Conquering Fear of Failure by Amy M. O’Quinn

I recently got the go-ahead and request to submit a proposal and sample chapter to a publishing company that I hold in high regard, and it would be a major step forward in my career to land a contract with them. Yet, at first, all kinds of thoughts started popping

Freelance Writing

Suzanne Lieurance - The Working Writer's Coach

A Dozen Ways to Get Your Career Started As a Freelance Children’s Writer

by Working Writer’s Club President and children’s author Suzanne Lieurance Chances are, you won’t be the next J.K. Rowling. After all, she’s the only children’s writer on the planet who makes over a billion dollars from her work. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make a living as a children’s

Club Member Spotlight


Working Writer’s Club Member and Children’s Author Evelyn Christensen

                    Author Evelyn Christensen has two new exciting puzzle collections for kids. Find out more about these two books and how to get them at:

Romance Writing


Love in Exotic Locations by Wendy Dewar Hughes

I love to travel and have been a few places in my life, including living at an eighteenth-century estate in the South of France, spending a winter in a Swiss chalet in a tiny village on the side of an alp, touring Britain in a mini motorhome, and snorkelling in

Become a Writer – Getting Started


Trade Publications: The Hidden Gem by Laura Kuschel

Starting out as a freelance writer has its challenges. The biggest, of course, is getting published. Many freelance writers pursue the popular glossy magazines found at your local drugstore or newsstand. Some writers may even submit query letters on a daily basis to their favorite magazines without success, which is

Book Marketing


Build Visibility, Traffic, and Authority with Shareability, Sharing, and Paying-it-Forward by Karen Cioffi

Blogging is part of the content marketing strategy. To blog effectively you need to write for the reader and you need to share that content in order to create visibility and authority. But, there’s more to it. An effective marketing strategy, along with sharing your own content, is to share

Memoir Writing


The Importance of Honesty in Memoir Writing by Irene S. Roth

Did you always want to write your memoir but always wondered how much to disclose in it? Do you wonder how much to leave out? Most of us struggle with these questions at first when we start writing our memoir. It can be hard to come to terms with all



Writer and Journaler: Two Halves of a Whole by Mari L. McCarthy

Everyone knows that journal writing is a great way to keep your writing instincts in shape. Warming up to writing with 15 minutes of journaling has many benefits: • Energize your writing fingers, • Shake loose inhibitions and resistance, • Empty out emotions that are interfering with your intentions, •

Writing for Children


Working With Editors by Nancy I. Sanders

Over the years of my writing career, I’ve published nearly 100 books with traditional publishers. During these publishing adventures, I’ve worked with numerous editors and agents. And I’ve discovered that there are two basic types. The first type of editor or agent is the one who hears a voice in

Jobs for Writers


How to Find High Paying Writing Jobs

Here’s a question I get asked all the time from beginning freelance writers: How do I find the high paying writing jobs and not get bogged down with small paying assignments that just eat up my time? Here’s my answer to that. If you want to find high paying writing

Magazine Writing


Write for Magazines: To Become a Working Writer, Break in with Fillers!

If you want to write for magazines you should be querying the magazines you wish to write for on a regular basis. But here’s a faster way to break in at some of your favorite markets. Write fillers to become a Working Writer. Fillers are those short pieces that

Mystery Writing


Cajun Nights and the Characters Within: The Many LIves of a TV Series That Never Was by D.J. Donaldson

LIFE #1 Cajun Nights was my first novel featuring New Orleans medical examiner, Andy Broussard, and his suicide/death investigator, Kit Franklyn. A few weeks after the book was published, I got a call from my agent with the surprising news that, “There’s been a flurry of movie and TV interest

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