I now have the 5 Free Live Writing Chats set up in my calendar, and have each chat broken out according to content.
This way, if you have specific questions, you can plan accordingly.
You can use this link to join the chat series at any time. (Link opens in new tab)
You’ll receive notifications for the live chats, and I’m pretty sure you’ll receive notifications for the replays if you’ve missed anything. (BRAND NEW SOFTWARE, I’m still learning it, so we have the potential for a certain amount of…ah…excitement.)
If I run out of time before I’ve covered questions from the material, any topic I miss will drop into Webinar 6.
WEBINAR #2: Tuesday, April 7th, 2015, 1 PM ET
- Story Planning (Plotting)
- Character Development
- Writing from Different Points of View
- What About Genre
- Writer Myths AND Writing Myths
- Revision and Editing (Are NOT Synonyms)
WEBINAR #3: Tuesday, May 5th, 2015, 1 PM ET
- Building A Backlist
- Existing Backlist
- Indie Publishing
- Beta Readers
WEBINAR #4: Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015, 1 PM ET
- Indie vs. Commercial Publishing
- Commercial Publishing
- –When to Go to War to Save Your Book
- Contests and Competitions
WEBINAR #5: Tuesday, July 7th, 2015, 1 PM ET
- WRITING AS A BUSINESS
- Your Writing As PRODUCTS:
- Short Stories,
- Series and Ring Cycles,
- and Everything Else
- THE JOB: The Work Itself, and How to Get It Done
WEBINAR #6: Tuesday, August 4th, 2015, 1 PM ET
- The Questions I Ran Out Of Time For,
- and Bull Session If Time Remains
I was a bit late clicking the sign-up link for these (i.e. just now…I did get the email at the time but I let other things get in the way) and while I’m getting a countdown to Tuesday’s webinar #3, I don’t have anything about a replay for #2.
Do I just have to accept that I’ve missed it?
We’ve had to do some significant overhauling. The intern program is dead.
Instead, a cadre of my ReadersMeetWriters.com members are beta-testing the lessons, processes and software we’re going to be using in RMW to make sure folks who want to hire book editors, cover artists, etc. through the site will know the folks they hire have done real, marketable work that has faced split-testing, peer review, and other quality checks.
This has turned into one of the beta test opportunities I promised RMW members.
There will be more.
Your latest email with the info links has solved my original problem, thanks!
However, I’m not sure you meant to post the previous comment here, so I’m worried it hasn’t made it to the page it’s meant to be on…
These sound great! I’m looking forward to every single one. 🙂