Working Writer’s Club member Victoria Griffin recently launched an online course called Edit Like a Pro: Guide to Self-Editing Your Prose. The course consists of 13 videos and 17 worksheets and cheat sheets to guide writers through the stages of editing. It’s designed with fiction writers in mind (short
Club Member Spotlight
Working Writer’s Club member Joan Leotta is in the spotlight this week. She has lots of publication news to share. Her third picture book, Rosa and the Red Apron came out in December. It is available at amazon.com. Her book, Rosa’s Shell, will be released later this month and
Working Writer’s Club member Jennifer Brown Banks is in the spotlight this week because her blog Pen & Prosper was just chosen as a “Top 100 Blog for Writers” (for the 5th consecutive year) by The Write Life. Get the complete list and learn more here: The 100 Best Websites for Writers in 2017 Congratulations,
Working Writer’s Club member Cathy Fyock, The Business Book Strategist, launched her newest book, Blog2Book: Repurposing Content to Discover the Book You’ve Already Written on January 24. About Blog2Book Book coach Cathy Fyock doesn’t tell you how to create a Blog2Book – she shows you! If you’ve been writing weekly
Working Writer’s Club member Charles E. Cabler published his 5th book, Ruffles and Lace, in October 2016. This new book is an historical look at specific places and events in a partial biography of the life of Cabler’s aunt who became a major children’s clothing designer for McCall’s Pattern
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
Working Writer’s Club member and author Joan Leotta is in the spotlight this week with another new book. Her new book of poems, Languid…with Lemons, is available from Finishing Line Press. Congratulations, Joan!
Irene S. Roth has published a book especially for introverted writers to help them to be most successful. The introverted writer can usually write for hours and is very successful at producing manuscripts. However, what many beginning introverted writers struggle with most is the business side of their writing careers.
Spotlight on Cindy Overcast Working Writer’s Club member Cindy Overcast’s gluten-free recipes and photos will be featured in the November 2016 issue of the AFC Cooperative Farming News in the Co-op Pantry column. This is a regional magazine with an online issue as well (www.alafarmnews.com). Cindy says, “I
Flooded: A Creative Anthology of Brain Injuries In January of this year, Working Writer’s Club member Victoria Griffin sustained a severe concussion that would last four months. The injury stripped her of basic abilities – reading, walking, speaking—and took her final season of college softball. Now, she is using the