Thousands upon thousands of people are interested in writing–everything from books to blogs to memoirs to articles. You name it, tons of people have thought about writing it. And you’ve probably heard all the statistics–how hard it is to get published.
But maybe you haven’t heard the other part to that statement–because here it is…the more you know, the easier it gets.
The publishing world is a beast. There is a lot to know. TOO MUCH to know. It can feel overwhelming trying to wade through all of the internet to find what you’re looking for.
That is precisely what writer’s conferences were designed for–what WWSW was designed for. We understand the difficulty of trying to get through the muck to find information about your particular interest. From fiction to freelance writing, from children’s books to branding your blog…how do you know where to start?
Start here, at WWSW.
We have experts (the real kind, not the ones who say they are and aren’t), who are here not only to share their information, but to reach out to you–answer your specific question–and meet you where you are.
Here is a small sampling of what we’ve got going this year at the conference:
Book pitches — what they are and how to do them
Children’s books — the scoop on this speciality
Facebook — how to use it to get attention for your passion
Fiction — approaching story with a different eye
Advertising — what to expect whether you self-publish or traditionally publish
Magazine articles — leveraging it for income and future books
And by small sampling, we mean that’s just the tip of the iceberg. We’re passionate about teaching you what you need to know, introducing you to other driven and curious writers, and encouraging you in this amazing pursuit of using words to change lives.
Our Advance Purchase Price (a spectacular deal for this 2 day conference) ends September 30th, so grab your ticket while you can. Info here.
PS — Know someone else interested in writing? Share this email with them! Or better yet, grab your buddy and come together. We have a good time. Also, we have great coffee. That’s a must for writers.
Rene Gutteridge is the author of 24 novels, in the genres of suspense, comedy, and contemporary. She has also novelized the motion pictures Old Fashioned, Heart of the Country and The Ultimate Gift. Her novel My Life as a Doormat was adapted into a movie for Hallmark called Love’s Complicated. She is screenwriter on the movie Skid, now available on Amazon Prime. She is currently head writer at Skit Guys Studios.