Friday Ramblings From An Author-Writing a Non-Fiction Book in 30 Days

It’s the end of July! Today, the second session of the writing retreat concludes and the final stretch begins on Monday.  This last session will focus on perfecting things, making your words shine, making your story the best it can be. We then move onto writing a synopsis and putting together a cover letter. We’ll finish up with tips for dealing with rejection letters and living the writing life.

Sound like something you’d be interested in? Here’s the link to sign up…would love to ‘see’ you in class on Monday.

This week I re-released the last of my back titles, book 13 of my Kalispell Shifters series. I hope to start writing book 14 next week and while I’m doing that, I’m thinking about a spin off series. Next week I’ll be releasing book 11 in my Big Sky County series.

Also, this week, over at my Budget Smart Girl site, I released a new product that some of you might be interested in. Write and Publish a Non-Fiction book in 30 Days. It’s geared more toward my audience there and that’s people who are using digital products to sell and to also grow their lists but I know you’ll find it useful too. It has templates for brainstorming topics, writing book cover copy, your author profile etc. It also has two planners aimed at self publishing, and finally, a four part course on writing your book, research, write, edit, and publish.

Write a Non-Fiction Book

If you want to check it out here’s the link-

Write and Publish a Non-Fiction Book in 30 Days

Thank you to Maagela for being this week’s guest blogger and to all new followers.

That’s it for this week.

Hope you have a fun weekend and happy writing to all.

Friday Ramblings

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