A complete transcript of the July 31 #wclw chat, about books on writing, and books that inspire you to be better writers.
Think about what books inspire you, then join today’s #wclw writer chat to talk about them. See you there!
The next WordCount writer chat is Wednesday, July 31, at 10 am PT/1 pm ET. Our subject: best books on writing, and that inspire good writing.
A long-time author and book development editor explains the importance of creating a book proposal — even if you’re self-publishing. Read more.
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Freelancer and author Mark Pendergrast explains his approach to revising his book, For God, Country & Coca-Cola, for the second time.
This WordCount guest post from author, blogger and writing coach Nina Amir explains how she turned an idea into a blog, and a blog into an Amazon bestseller.
In this guest post, freelancer and author Erin Flynn Jay shares secrets she used to write her book, Mastering the Mommy Track, without sacrificing other work.
In this guest post, author and Life After Publishing webinar cohost J.P. Jones shares tips for making the most of the next writer’s conference or seminar you attend.