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The newsletter for tips, tricks, and advice about writing, being an author, and the crazy world of publishing. 

Throughout the year, I'll share advice and tips for writers at every level. You'll get:
  • Articles to help you improve your writing
  • Tips on marketing and promotion
  • Advice on managing the writing life
  • News on events, appearances, and new releases from me
  • Heads Up notices of writing-related deals, events, and programs 

Heads Up emails with offers on great deals.

Four or five times a year I'll send a short (no longer than a week, tops, and you can opt out if you'd like) flurry of emails about writing tools or courses I think might interest and benefit you. I'm an affiliate for Infostack, which offers a terrific writers' bundle or two every year, as well as the occasional summit, class, or webinar from Brian Berni, Alex Limberg, and Gabriela Pereira. 

Advance notice of my workshops and online classes. 

I present at conferences and events all over country, as well as do online workshops (these have all gone virtual for the foreseeable future).

As a big “thank you!” for signing up, you’ll also receive my book, 25 Ways to Strengthen Your Writing Right Now (PDF format). 

Join today!

Quick note...sometimes it can take up to thirty minutes for the welcome email with the free PDF to reach you, so please be patient if it doesn't show up right away. If more than an hour passes and still no email, check your spam filter, and if it's not there, email me and I'll get you added manually.
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20 comments:

  1. Hi, Just subscribed. Love your website. Looking forward to the information

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    1. What a weight you’re carrying! Thoughts are with you and your hubby. Thanks so much for all you have done and continue to do.

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  2. This is a wonderful resource. How can I get the pdf file of tips?

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    1. It should automatically send you a welcome email with a link.

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  3. I'm so happy I found you!

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  4. Writing for the view became oh so much easier after yur tutelage, Thank You

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  5. One of my writing buddies just recommended your blog post, 5 Ways to Keep Your Protagonist Proactive. It might as well have been written with my current protagonist in mind. You may have just saved him and me from grave disappointment. Thank you.

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    1. Welcome! Glad the post found you just when you need it :)

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  6. Mark Chapman5/31/2021 11:26 AM

    Just wanted to say thank you for this resource and all that you do. I just finished reading your ebook on show, don't tell and loved it. Have learnt so much and can't wait to get stuck into your website.

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    1. Aw, thanks! Glad you found it helpful. And welcome to the site!

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  7. Thank you for your article on WITS on 5 Ways Your Story Hurts Your Novel. I just received a rejection letter that advised me that my book was good, but lacking depth. You have helped me regain some focus, thank you!

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  8. Janice, thank you for all the resources you provide! I recently attended your "Bringing Your Novel to Life" webinar. I learned so much, and it grounded my current writing effort. You are a gem!

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  9. I’ve recommended you and your books to so many of my writer friends. People are learning new things because of you. Please know all those people and I are lifting up you, your husband, and your family as you walk this journey. God bless you all.

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  10. I can fully understand. I went through 3 years of treatment for mantle cell lymphoma and am now battling actue lymphoblastic leukemia. It has slowed down my writing some.

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  11. Remain positive and I will look for you to return. You have provided me with information when needed and I have recommended your website to many new writers.
    We'll be here when you return.

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