Sunday, June 30, 2019

CALLING ALL #MICHIGAN READERS, WRITERS, AUTHORS, POETS, BLOGGERS, JOURNALIST & LITERARY ENTHUSIAST... Join our #MotownWriters / #MichLit FB Group


Gathering the literary community in Michigan since 2000 #detroitreads #michiganwriters (RT/Share)

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You can meet us offline at http://meetup.com/michiganliterarynetwork (every 2nd Saturday @ the main Detroit public library)

Thanks!
Sylvia Hubbard
Your Author & Founder

Thursday, June 27, 2019

#RedInkConference wsg @TenitaJEditor @CynthiaLHatcher @SylviaHubbard1 @penofthewriter Aug17th in Chicago | Spend a weekend away from Michigan & Join us to grow in your literary endeavors


Over 500 Authors Attended The Red Ink Conference … And Now Many of Them are Bestsellers!
Chicago, IL—From sold-out audiences in Detroit three years in a row, to packed rooms
in both Atlanta and Charlotte, The Red Ink Conference is taking the literary map by storm!
And Chicago is next on the map! Whether you’re an aspiring author with only a creative
idea for a book, or you have 20+ books published, and you’re ready to take your books to the
next level, this is the conference for you! This one-of-a-kind conference empowers attendees to
write, edit and market their next bestseller—at a fraction of the cost. It all takes place in Oak
Brook, IL at the Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Suites on Saturday, August 17, 2019, from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. Attendees can expect a time of not just quality information, food and fun—but they will
also experience on-screen editorial exercises, writing prompts, professional headshots, quality
networking and an industry-specific vendor showcase!


Collectively, conference speakers, Tenita “Bestseller” Johnson, Valerie J. Lewis
Coleman, Cynthia Hatcher and Sylvia Hubbard-Hutula have over 30 years of industry experience
and run successful businesses that support indie authors nationwide. Attendees will learn new,
innovative information that will position them to build a solid platform as an authorpreneur and
speaker. Complete with information on marketing, crafting a solid professional bio and book
synopsis, as well as self-publishing industry secrets that save authors both time and money in the
publishing process, writers will leave inspired to take their book from the page to the stage and
beyond—allowing them to develop a six-figure income, even if they just have one book!
General admission tickets are only $129; VIP admission tickets are only $199! VIP
attendees receive an on-site professional photo shoot, as well as preferred seating, swag bags and
more! General admission cost after July 1 goes up to $229. There is also a student rate. Limited vendor space is also
available. To purchase tickets, visit The Red Ink Conference. For interviews or more
information, please contact Tenita Johnson at redinkconference@gmail.com, or 313.999.6942.
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About the Organizer
Authors worldwide write better thanks to editorial guru and author, Tenita C. Johnson.
Perfecting manuscripts for hundreds of best-selling authors, she’s on a mission to end the
prominent everyday abuse of the English language and rectify punctuation pet peeves. Well
known by many as a human spell check, noun nerd and grammar police, she proudly wears the
badge of honor to correct and serve. Dubbed the editor’s editor, Tenita hosts the annual Red Ink
Conference to empower aspiring authors to write from the editor’s point of view to save time and
money in the self-publishing process. She positions writers as experts in the industry serving
them to create their own writing/editorial business and multiple streams of income.
To connect with Tenita, visit SoItIsWritten.net or email info@soitiswritten.net.
REGISTER NOW

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Short Story Fiction Writing Contests from PAGES PROMOTIONS, LLC #motownwriters #writingcommunity #michiganwriters

Short Story Fiction Writing Contests from PAGES PROMOTIONS, LLC
https://www.dianakathrynplopa.com/writing-contests.html

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​We’re looking for short fiction stories!
​Think you can write a winning story in 1,500 words or fewer? Enter the Creative Light Writer's Guild Short Story Contest for your chance to win a paid enrollment in the next Rochester Writer's Conference, Restaurant and Movie Gift Cards, and Publication in our next edition of The Center Piece Magazine!


Summer Contest: May 1 - August 31
Award Date: September 1
Autumn Contest: September 1 - December 30
Award Date: January 15


For more information and to enter, click here 

Have you written a book and aren't sure what the next step is? Or have you self-published but can't seem to get your work noticed? #michiganwriters #motownwriters July1st Workshop

Let me teach you how to independently publish and market your literary project!

7/1/2019 6:30pm

Clinton-Macomb Public Library -Main Library
http://sylviahubbard.com/events
#Authorpreneur #michiganwriters #motownwriters #michlit
RSVP: http://dld.bz/h6UAd=



Tuesday, June 25, 2019

New Michigan Writing Groups added to our #MotownWriters sidebar | Add yours #noexcuse #michlit #michiganwriters #writingcommunity



#MichLit Monthly @Meetups

Auburn Hills Writing Meeting – Every 2nd Thursday – Contact Host for more – RSVP next meetup

Freelance Market Place & Rochester Writers – Every 3rd Tuesday – Contact Host for more info – RSVP next meetup

Motown Writers Meeting – Every 2nd Saturday – Contact Host for more info – RSVPnext meetup

Pen & Tablet Writers – Every 4th Saturday – Contact Host for more info – RSVP next meetup

The Detroit Script Writers – 2nd Thursday – Contact Host for more info – RSVP next meetup

AWAOA Metro Detroit Chapter – 3rd Tuesday – Contact Host for more info – RSVP next meetup

AWAOA – Flint Trailblazers – Contact Host for more info – RSVP next meetup

AWAOA – Flint Chapter –  Contact Host for more info – RSVP next meetup

AWAOA – Sterling Heights Chapter –  Contact Host for more info – RSVP next meetup

Filmmakers UNITE –  Contact Host for more info – RSVP next meetup

Barnes and Noble Writer's Exchange
5275 Harvey St, Muskegon, MI 49444
Contact Store for Next Meetup

Grand Rapids Region Writers Group
Meetings are held on the 2nd Saturday of the month, starting at noon located at Peppino's Sports Grille, 1515 Eastport Drive, Kentwood.

Mid-Michigan MEETINGS
2nd &  4th Monday's of each Month
6:30 P.M.
West Branch Public Library
(Community Room Downstairs)
119 N. Fourth Street
West Branch, MI 48661

Ludington Writers Group
meets at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts (107 S Harrison St, Ludington, MI 49431), inside Judith Minty Room 202
Contact Group for next meetup

Emerging Writers 

3rd Monday. RSVP next meetup

Shiawassee Area Writers
Monthly Meetups: 1st Tues at Vernon Library & 4th Thurs at Corunna Library
Contact Group for more info

Creative Writing Workshops of Sterling Heights
Contact Group for more info

Metro Detroit Writing Workshop – Every week on Wednesday in Allen Park – Contact Host for more info – RSVP next meetup

Metro Southeast Michigan Poetry Meetup –  Contact Group for more info

Oakland Area Writers Collective – Contact Group for more info

Write On, Ann Arbor! – Meet every other week – Contact Group for more info

Plymouth Writers Monthly Meeting- Every 1st Wednesday of the month – Contact Group for more info

Lake St. Clair Creative Writers -Meet Twice a month – Contact Group for more info

Would you like to add your Michigan Writing Group? Contact us

To find more writing groups in Michigan, #RallyofWriters puts together also a good list.

 


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Holton Branch Library Author meet and greet July 27th 9am to Noon @MADLtweets #michiganwriters #detroitreads #michlit #motownwriters

Contact Holton Library for more information via Jack Vanderboegh
SAVE THE DATE!
Readers please come out, support local authors and strengthen Michigan's Literary Community

Saturday, June 22, 2019

Michigan Sisters in Crime Newsletter June 2019 via @mi_sinc #motownwriters Events & Updates

June 2019 Newsletter


So far this year, we've had a write-in at Detroit Institute of Arts, presentations by best-selling authors Lori Rader-Day (soon to be president of SinC National) and L.A. Chandlar, and our first critique group meeting! Much more to come in 2019. Read on and keep writing!

Michigan Sisters in Crime Events and News

Saturday, June 8, MI-SinC hosted its first monthly critique group, led by Cindy Harrison. Read all about it here https://cynthiaharrison.com/blog/
The critique group will meet the second Saturday of each month. Come to as many or few as you wish. About ten days before the meeting, Cindy will send an email to all members with information. Hope to see you at the July meeting!

Save the dates

July 13 - Next Critique Group Meeting
July 27 - Private Investigators and Writers Police Academy presenters Jill Goffin and Colleen Belongea will present "Under the Trenchcoat - An Introspective Look into Private Investigations." Registration for this awesomelook into case studies, techiques, and tools, coming soon!!
Sep. 28 - Elizabeth Buzzelli, author of thirteen mystery novels and fiction writing instructor at Northern Michigan College, will discuss how NOT to get an agent, how TO get published, what a novel MUST include, and aspects of the strange life of a writer.
 
Links from L.A. Chandlar's May 18th Presentation
These are the links Laurie Chandlar promised during her presention to MI-SinC:

Strengths Finder Reports and Information:  https://releasingstrengths.com/cascade/cascade-help/brings-needs/
 Enneagram Institute (for more information, high end testing options, etc) : https://www.enneagraminstitute.com
 Current favorite blog on writing and career: https://careerauthors.com
 The writing blogging group where I’m a partner: https://www.missdemeanors.com
 Great Branding site: http://www.your-a-game.com  By Damon Suede if you ever get a chance to hear him! 
 
We want to hear from you!
Send an email to michigansinc@gmail.com if you want to provide newsletter content (articles, book launches, etc.), recommendations for future events, or if you have comments about MI-SinC.
Also, if you have a published novel and want to appear in the "Our Authors" section of the MI-SinC website, send a head shot and link to your Amazon page or website tomichigansinc@gmall.com.

 
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Our mailing address is:
Michigan Sisters in Crime
7024 Scenic Ridge Dr
ClarkstonMI 48346-1345

Friday, June 21, 2019

Please join St. Clair Shores to host first literary walk: Event's founder, @MLLIEBLER says literature is accessible to everyone@ginaljoseph

This past week alone he was busy doing a library tour in northern Michigan and an interview with C-SPAN to promote a collection of short stories about legendary Detroit musicians along with a visit to the studio where Eminem recorded all of his legendary albums. He's been a professor at Wayne State University since 1980 and known for his passion to teach young people how to hone their creative writing skills and the importance of literary arts and he’s traveled the world -- from Russia, China and Afghanistan to Finland, Italy, Canada and most 50 states -- in order to read and perform his work for people of all ages and cultures. 
So, it comes as no surprise that he would organize and host the first annual St. Clair Shores Literary Walk by the Lake at Wahby Park, June 22 from 11:30 to 3:30 p.m.
M.L. LieblerM.L. Liebler
"I started a literary walk 12 years ago in Chelsea," Liebler said, of the first event that brought nationally and locally-renowned authors together in order to highlight the power of literature and poetry in everyday life.
During the event attendees walk through the city and stop at various locations to hear readings. "If you've ever been to Chelsea you know it has lots of art galleries, cafes and of course, a great library," Liebler said. "It was the perfect city for something like this."
People also loved the idea.
read more here

Schedule of authors for June 22 include:

11:30 a.m.
The start of the inaugural walk features music by the Batesville Memorial Library Ukulele Club and readings from members of the SCS Library Poetry Club including: L. Bush, Mark Morgan, Debbie Benedic, Andy Vinstra, Yvonne Vinstra and Sharon Franco.
12:30 p.m.
Feature readings by Cindy Hunter Morgan, a Michigan poet and Michigan Notable Book Award author of "Harborless" and Diane DeCillis, Detroit poet and Michigan Notable Book Award author of "No Strings Attached."
1:30 p.m.
Walkers will be treated to readings by Jenifer DeBellis, "Pink Panther Mag" editor, aRIFT Warrior Project director and author of "Blood Sisters"; Dwight "Skip" Stackhouse, poet, writer and Kresge Fellow and K. Michele Moran, an award-winning poet and Detroit area journalist.
2:30 p.m.
Attendees will be treated to the works of nationally-renowned authors Maria Mazziotti Gillan and Anne Finger.
The SCS Literary Walk is presented by the Detroit Writer's Guild, Michigan Council for Arts and Culture, Friends of the SCS Library, SCS Cultural Committee, SCS Library and John M. Steinberg & Associates of SCS.
This event is free and open to the public. Books will be available for sale and signing.
read more here
to the public. Books will be available for sale and signing.

Have you written a book and aren't sure what the next step is? Or have you self-published but can't seem to get your work noticed? #michiganwriters #motownwriters July1st Workshop

Let me teach you how to independently publish and market your literary project!

7/1/2019 6:30pm

Clinton-Macomb Public Library -Main Library
http://sylviahubbard.com/events
#Authorpreneur #michiganwriters #motownwriters #michlit
RSVP: http://dld.bz/h6UAd=



You're invited to join #MichLIt Author Beverly Jenkins & more at #BookBeat #Bookstore @authorMsBev #michigan #literaryevents #detroitreads #michiganreaders #amreading

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Beverly Jenkins at Book Beat: June 22

Romance superstar author and Detroit native Beverly Jenkins will return to Book Beat on Saturday, June 22nd from 2-4pm to sign copies of her bestselling books and to promote her latest release, Rebel. Books will be available for signing and purchase at the event. If you have any questions or would like to reserve any of her titles, please call Book Beat at (248) 968-1190. This event is free and …
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June 2019 Reading Group Selection

June 2019 Reading Group Selection

This month's reading group selection is Last Nights of Paris by Philippe Soupault, translated from the French by William Carlos Williams. The Book Beat reading group will meet Wednesday,  June 26th at 7:00 pm at Goldfish Tea Cafe, located at 117 W. Fourth Street in Downtown Royal Oak. All are welcome. Get 15% off on the Current Reading Group Selection. Written …
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June 2019 Reading Group Selection
 
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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

JUL 18 Urban Playwrights United 10 Year Reunion by Urban Playwrights United via @VanessaLynn1 #michiganwriters #motownwriters

Register now
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/urban-playwrights-united-10-year-reunion-tickets-53198641569?aff=ebdssbdestsearch


DATE AND TIME

LOCATION

The Emerald Room
23795 Van Dyke Avenue
Center Line, MI 48015

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/urban-playwrights-united-10-year-reunion-tickets-53198641569?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

DESCRIPTION

Can you believe it's been 10 YEARS! Through these years UPU has literally changed the lives of hundreds of creatives, through relationships, encouragement and life long bonds that cannot be broken. We want EVERYONE to come join us in the Motor City to reflect, enjoy and do what we do best of all...CREATE! 

Festivities begin Thursday, July 18, 2019 at 7pm and conclude on Sunday, July 22, 2019 at 12pm noon.

Some of the Anniversary activities include:

  • Network Mixer

  • Short Film Showcase

  • Short Play Showcase

  • Tour of Detroit

  • Industry Panels

  • Writing Masterclass

  • Industry Town Hall

  • Two Minute Play Competition

  • Outdoor Picnic (family reunion style)

  • 10 Year Anniversary Gala

  • Awards Ceremony

  • Reunion T-Shirt

  • Entertainment and MORE!

Host hotel will be The Hampton Inn, 32035 Van Dyke, Center Line, MI. Group Room Rate is $139.00 per night for Double Queen or Single King. $159 per night for Suite. Free breakfast, free parking.

TRANSPORTATION will not be provided to and from scheduled events. Transportation is only available for the Detroit Guided Tour.


VERY LIMITED SEATING. RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY!

Register now
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/urban-playwrights-united-10-year-reunion-tickets-53198641569?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Pages Promotions Book Festival: June 22, 2019 #MotownWriters @SylviaHubbard1 Attending! Join us! via @DPlopa ‏#MichLIt #DetroitReads #PagesProBookFest #indieBooks




BOOKFEST LOCATION: The Hilton Garden Inn is located at 200 Wilshire Drive, Troy, MI
48084, with ample parking for both authors and readers. It’s just a stones throw west of I-75.

Please be mindful of the I-75 construction and allow plenty of travel time to get there.

The Hilton Garden Inn is a wheelchair accessible, non-smoking facility. Service animals are welcome.

​BOOKFEST ADMISSION: Admission to attend the Summer Indie Author Book Fest is FREE!
We encourage readers of all ages to attend. We ask that children under the age of 16 years old
be accompanied by a responsible adult.

For more information, please go to:

Four more days left to sign up to #DetroitWorkingWriters JUN 29 Writing Workshop: "The Ten Ingredients That Go into Making a Short Film"

Register Now |About Detroit Working Writers


Register Now |About Detroit Working Writers

Date And Time

Sat, June 29, 2019
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

Location

Yule Love It Lavender Farm
960 Yule Road
Leonard, MI 48367

 

Register Now |About Detroit Working Writers

Description

Fourth Annual Yule Love it Lavender Farm Writing Workshop:
 
"The Ten Ingredients That Go into Making a Short Film"
Presenter: Richard Rothrock
Award Winning Screenwriting Instructor at the Motion Picture Institute
 
Your registration fee will cover lunch and the workshop. Screenplay format will be covered, along with plenty of time for questions and answers. Our presenter asks that you have a few ideas in mind for a short film before you come, as we will be writing! It doesn't matter what genres you currently write in; this workshop will help you write with a concentration on the visual and aural.
 

Monday, June 17, 2019

Michigan Beginner Author Starter Book $20 #michiganwriters #motownwriters #michlit Grab your copy now!



Everything you need to start your writing, publishing and marketing journey, but were afraid to ask, couldn't find or didn't know.

Great for Michigan Authors


Everything a Michigan Author needs to start your writing, publishing & marketing journey but were afraid to ask, couldn’t find or didn’t know

Currently only available as a paperback


In this book you’ll find:


  • Six Month Writing Plan
  • Checklist for Writing, Publishing & Marketing
  • Detailed Independent Publishing Checklist
  • Kindle Publishing Checklist
  • Resources & Links
  • Businesses that sell Michigan Author
  • Important Publication Registrations
  • Resources to Print the Book
  • Book & Business Resource Listings
  • Metro Detroit Library Listings
  • Michigan American Bookseller Association Independent Bookstore List
  • Links to
    • Book Review Listings
    • African American Book Clubs
    • Book Blogger Listings
    • U.S. Public Library Listings



#RedInkConference - Time to Grow! Have you registered? @TenitaJEditor ‏#motownwriters #literary #authors #books #publishing


Over 500 Authors Attended The Red Ink Conference … And Now Many of Them are Bestsellers!
Chicago, IL—From sold-out audiences in Detroit three years in a row, to packed rooms
in both Atlanta and Charlotte, The Red Ink Conference is taking the literary map by storm!
And Chicago is next on the map! Whether you’re an aspiring author with only a creative
idea for a book, or you have 20+ books published, and you’re ready to take your books to the
next level, this is the conference for you! This one-of-a-kind conference empowers attendees to
write, edit and market their next bestseller—at a fraction of the cost. It all takes place in Oak
Brook, IL at the Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Suites on Saturday, August 17, 2019, from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. Attendees can expect a time of not just quality information, food and fun—but they will
also experience on-screen editorial exercises, writing prompts, professional headshots, quality
networking and an industry-specific vendor showcase!


Collectively, conference speakers, Tenita “Bestseller” Johnson, Valerie J. Lewis
Coleman, Cynthia Hatcher and Sylvia Hubbard-Hutula have over 30 years of industry experience
and run successful businesses that support indie authors nationwide. Attendees will learn new,
innovative information that will position them to build a solid platform as an authorpreneur and
speaker. Complete with information on marketing, crafting a solid professional bio and book
synopsis, as well as self-publishing industry secrets that save authors both time and money in the
publishing process, writers will leave inspired to take their book from the page to the stage and
beyond—allowing them to develop a six-figure income, even if they just have one book!
General admission tickets are only $129; VIP admission tickets are only $199! VIP
attendees receive an on-site professional photo shoot, as well as preferred seating, swag bags and
more! General admission cost after July 1 goes up to $229. There is also a student rate. Limited vendor space is also
available. To purchase tickets, visit The Red Ink Conference. For interviews or more
information, please contact Tenita Johnson at redinkconference@gmail.com, or 313.999.6942.
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About the Organizer
Authors worldwide write better thanks to editorial guru and author, Tenita C. Johnson.
Perfecting manuscripts for hundreds of best-selling authors, she’s on a mission to end the
prominent everyday abuse of the English language and rectify punctuation pet peeves. Well
known by many as a human spell check, noun nerd and grammar police, she proudly wears the
badge of honor to correct and serve. Dubbed the editor’s editor, Tenita hosts the annual Red Ink
Conference to empower aspiring authors to write from the editor’s point of view to save time and
money in the self-publishing process. She positions writers as experts in the industry serving
them to create their own writing/editorial business and multiple streams of income.
To connect with Tenita, visit SoItIsWritten.net or email info@soitiswritten.net.
REGISTER NOW

Saturday, June 15, 2019

Three tools I love from Write. Publish. Profit. ✨


 


Happy weekend, friends!
Thank you for allowing me to pop into your inbox a few extra times this week. 
As you may know, the "Write. Publish. Profit." bundle is a curated collection of 47 epic tools and resources designed to help writers hone their craft, learn proven strategies for launching and marketing their books, grow their author platforms, and accelerate book sales.
Worth over $5,000 in total, this bundle is available for only $49 until this Tuesday, June 18th at 11:59pm Eastern.
Take me to Write. Publish. Profit.
I purchased the bundle for myself earlier this week, and I'm already benefiting from many of the tools and resources included. Today, I'd love to share with you the resources I'm most excited to explore as I prepare to launch my first book, Build Your Best Writing Life, later this year.
 
 

1) Book Sales Pages — an e-course by Angela J. Ford ($97)

If you want to sell books, you can't just upload your project to Amazon and hope for the best. By creating a book sales page, you'll build a powerful homebase for all your online book marketing efforts, helping you attract and maintain the readers who are most likely to adore your books.
In this e-course, Angela J. Ford and Bradley Charbonneau share everything authors need to know about the whyand how of building successful book sales pages — information I plan to eagerly consume as I prepare to share Build Your Best Writing Life with the world later this year. 
 

2) The Seven P's of Publishing Success — a digital bundle by Mark Leslie Lefebvre ($29.98)

Mark draws upon over 30 years of writing, publishing, and bookselling experience to share the fundamental stepping stones to publishing success in this ebook, audiobook, and video tutorial (a bundle that can't be found anywhere else online).
I love listening to Mark's guest appearances on The Creative Penn podcast and can't wait to start learning from his knowledge and experience as a writing industry professional.
 
 

3) The Bulletproof Bestseller Launch — an e-course by LaunchTeam ($697)

Having never before launched a book, I find the process more than a little intimidating. Thankfully, LaunchTeam designed this epic e-course to demystify the process step by step.
To be specific, this e-course teaches authors how to hit #1 bestseller status in a relevant category on Amazon, rank in the top 5,000 books on the entire Amazon platform, generate thousands of book sales, and accumulate 20, 50, or even 100 positive reviews within the first week of their launch.
All I can say is "Yes, please!". Eager to join in?
 
Take me to Write. Publish. Profit.

Not yet interested in publishing or marketing?

No worries. There are dozens of amazing resources in the "Write. Publish. Profit." bundle that tackle the craft rather than the business, including:
  • The Pre-Write Project — a PDF workbook by yours truly ($12)
  • The Productive Writer — an e-course by Nina Amir ($197)
  • Fast-Draft Your Memoir — an e-book by Rachael Herron ($11.99)
  • Scene Stealer — an e-course by Jordan Rosenfeld ($240)
  • The Story Equation — an e-book by Susan May Warren ($9.99)
  • How to Write Short Romance Kindle Books — an e-book by Nina Harrington ($9.99)
  • Non-Fiction Writing Workshop — an e-course by Steve Alcorn ($299)
  • The Writer's Toolbox — an e-book bundle by C.S. Lakin ($18)
  • The Story Puzzle — an e-course by Dave Wolverton ($199)
Among many more! In total, the "Write. Publish. Profit." bundle contains 47 resources worth over $5,000 that you can snag today for just $49 USD. Yes, really!
 
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If you're interested in this bundle, please know that I'm an affiliate partner. I'll make a commission on any sales made through one of my links at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting Well-Storied in this way!
(Just a reminder: This sale is only available until Tuesday, June 18th at 11:59pm Eastern.)

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