Writer’s Workshops

How to Write Better Nonfiction – New Audio

Feb 22nd, 2017 | By
how to write better nonfiction

If you want to sell nonfiction books or magazine articles, your manuscript has to be better than other submissions the editor receives. Yes, editors have a greater need for nonfiction than for fiction, and your chances of selling nonfiction are therefore greater than your chances of selling fiction are. But

Write a Children’s Nonfiction Book in 30 Days!

Feb 6th, 2017 | By
Write a Children's Nonfiction Book

In today’s children’s market, nonfiction is hot, hot, HOT! That’s because with current new educational standards, parents, teachers, and librarians are buying nonfiction for kids like never before. Many editors and agents are acquiring a steady diet of nonfiction manuscripts from experienced and new children’s writers alike. Nonfiction can be

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

Jan 11th, 2017 | By

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

Ghostwriting Workshop Starts Soon

Dec 22nd, 2016 | By

Who makes more money than most authors (probably put together)? The Ghostwriter. And, unlike publishing your own books, being a ghostwriter, you’re guaranteed to be paid for your efforts. In case you’re not sure what a ghostwriter is, she’s simply a writer-for-hire. The ghostwriter may help someone write a novel;

Digging for Treasure: Finding Lesser Known Magazine Markets for Your Work

Nov 18th, 2016 | By

Register now for this exciting and informative writer’s workshop presented by author and full time freelance writer Melissa Abramovitz. About the Workshop Many freelance writers aspire to publish articles and short stories in well-known magazines they regularly see on newsstands – like Good Housekeeping, Shape, Men’s Fitness, Better Homes and

Create a Career Writing about the Things You Know and Love

Sep 1st, 2016 | By
writing about what you know

Writing about What You Know Many people think they want to become writers and make money from it. Yet, when they discover all the things they will need to do to make this happen, they usually give up on this idea pretty quickly OR they don’t do much to move

Specialize to Build Your Business – New Audio Shows You How

Feb 7th, 2016 | By
Specialize to Build Your Business

When I coach new clients who want to start a freelance writing business or a writing career, I usually advise them to specialize in at least a couple of areas. I tell them to think of it this way – You wouldn’t go to the dentist to deliver your baby.

How to Write Board Books

Dec 11th, 2015 | By
children's board books

How to Write Children’s Board Books – New Writers’ Workshop Let’s Dive into Board Books Have you ever thought about how to write children’s board books? What are Board Books? Board books are books for the very young with thick cardboard pages just right for chubby hands to hold. If you

Email Marketing Right

Nov 24th, 2015 | By
Email Marketing Right

Are you struggling to build an audience? Having trouble getting visitors to your website or developing a personal relationship with your audience? What about your sales, could they be better? If you said YES to any of the above questions, you need to take advantage of email marketing. Did you

Show, Don’t Tell Writers’ Workshop

Nov 16th, 2015 | By
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What does it mean when editors and fellow critiquers say, “Show, don’t tell”? In this 55-minute audio workshop taught by award-winning children’s author Nancy I. Sanders, you’ll learn how to use dialogue, anecdotes, and other techniques to replace boring narrative and description with writing that keeps your readers engaged and

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