The Working Writer's Club

Welcome to the Working Writer’s Club

I’m Suzanne Lieurance, The Working Writer’s Coach and Director of the Working Writer’s Club. Do you want to turn your love of writing into a part time or full time career? Then become a member of our writer’s club (it’s free) and you’ll gain immediate access to a wealth of

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Planning Your Year

You know what they say… Those who fail to plan, plan to fail. Plus, things are just so much easier when you have a plan because all you need to do each day is follow your plan. If you haven’t spent time planning out what you want your writing career

Memoir Writing

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How to Write a Memoir – Part 5 – Finishing Touches

by Susie Kinslow Adams Congratulations! You have finally moved from simply wanting to write your memoir to actually writing it. Do not miss the excitement of this moment. Take time to let it soak in. Very few people come this far. You are one step closer to publishing your story.

Writer's Workshops

Write a Middle Grade Novel in ONE Month presented by Nancy I Sanders

Learning how to write a Middle Grade (MG) novel is a big step on your way to success as a writer! * It’s one of the easiest ways to experience breakthrough and get a book published in the children’s market. * If you write for children, the strategies you’ll learn

Writing Tips

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3 Tools to Make 2017 Your Best Year Yet

Writing Tips Podcast In this week’s edition my weekly podcast, Writing Tips from the Working Writer’s Coach, you’ll learn 3 tools you can use to make 2017 your best year YET as a writer. Be sure to download the study guide first so you can take a few notes

Freelance Writing

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Write What You’re Passionate about in 2017!

Do you love turning things like your family’s recent trip to the beach into an essay, short story or even a tips article? Then personal experience writing is probably a great career choice for you. In fact, you can create your own personal brand with this type of writing. Think

Writing Prompts

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Creative Writing Prompts for the Week

Start a new story with one of this week’s creative writing prompts. 1. Margot needed a job. Unfortunately, there were only two things she was any good at, and neither of them was likely to lead to employment. 2. Laura could hardly wait for… 3. It was a crisp, sunny

Club Member Spotlight

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Cathy Fyock in the Spotlight with a New Book

Working Writer’s Club member and columnist for the club, Cathy Fyock is in the member spotlight this week. She has a new book coming out later this month. It’s called Blog2book: Repurposing Content to Discover the Book You’ve Already Written. If you’ve been writing weekly blog posts for a

Book Marketing

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True Publishing Includes Marketing

I was moving from journalism and marketing to creative writing and writing how-to books about the time digital printing was coming into being. I sadly became involved with a company who cloaked their “vanity” status with a small advance and a laudatory letter that praised my work so highly I

Journaling

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3 Ways to Start Your Bullet Journal

You’re ready to give bullet journaling a try. Before you start your first bullet journal, you need to decide on the type of journal you want to use. In this post, I’ll give you a quick overview over the three main styles of bullet journals in use. This should make

Writing for Children

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One Writer’s New Years Resolutions

It’s hard to believe that another year just flew by… it seems that the older I get, the faster they fly! As always, on New Year’s Day, I, like many other people, think about those time-honored New Year’s resolutions. Last year, I made only two major resolutions – to find

Strategic Blogging

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The “Write” Balance for a Progressive Career

by Jennifer Brown Banks Time Management for Writers One of the most common complaints for writers of all levels and genres, is not having enough time to write. To deal with this deficit, some scribes rise in the wee hours of the morning; others write during lunch breaks at work;

Build Your Business with a Book

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In the Flow

Don’t you love it when the words are flowing effortlessly from your fingers to the keyboard? Isn’t it bliss when you can see the book almost being created on its own? Doesn’t every writer on the planet love this phenomenon we call “flow”? Flow happens when you’re in the writing

Become a Writer – Getting Started

How To Get Started Writing

You like to write and you want to build a successful career as a freelance writer so you want to know… How to Get Started Writing Creating a successful freelance writing business is really just a numbers game. The more people there are who know about you and the type

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