Annalisa speaks with Lauren Barker, Writing Gym member who has finished two publications in six months. In this episode, you’re going to learn how to get productive feedback on your writing, how to break through creative blocks, and the importance of informed feedback from publishing industry professionals to accelerate success. Download the free worksheet, Defeating Your Inner Critic, for this episode, which will give you a moment to reflect on your own writing life, so take a minute and download it at www.writing-gym.com/realresults . Don’t forget the dash!
In today’s Sneak Peak Annalisa speaks with Lauren Barker, one of the authors over in the Writing Gym about what The Writing Gym is and how "salons" work. For full writing tip episodes, listen to the Writing Gym podcast every Thursday.
In today's conversation with Honoree Corder, published author of dozens of books, you’re going to learn the differences between marketing your services and marketing the book you’ve written. Being a coach herself, she explains how having published books can solidify credibility for writing coaches and how writing an expert book can help increase revenue. Download the free worksheet that accompanies this episode at: www.writing-gym.com/expert
Hi this is Rodney Write over at the Writing Gym . On today’s Sneak Peak Annalisa speaks with Honoree Corder, author of dozens of books, including Tall Order!, Vision to Reality, and Business Dating.
In today's full-length episode, you'll learn how to expand your audience through collaborating with people in the writing and publishing industry, how to approach making your book marketable so you can live the author lifestyle, and how to appeal to market conditions & have a pitch that stands out long-term. Download the free worksheet “Leading the Writer's Lifestyle” that accompanies this episode at at www.writing-gym.com/GetRealwithPublishing Don’t forget the dash!
In conversation with Writing Gym member Brendan Thompson about the balance between marketability and maintaining your inner truth while writing a book.
Annalisa speaks with New York Times bestselling author Kel Kade about how to move from self-publishing to traditional publishing. You'll learn what it’s like to go on a book tour and how to publish your book even if you aren’t so keen on social media. To join The Writing Gym visit https://datewiththemuse.com/
On today's minisode, New York Times Best Selling Author Kel Kade talks about self-publishing and what it's like to have a multi-book deal.