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Tuesday, October 20, 2015 | 11:00- 12:00 p.m. MDT

This free webinar is sponsored by AWAI www.awaionline.com
 
 

About the webinar:

Did you know writing a book is the number one goal of most writers?

It's achievable, too-and our goal is to show you how to do it so you enjoy the process.

Whether you want to write fiction or non-fiction, a memoir or a how-to... whether you're launching a full writing career or just doing it for fun...

It doesn't have to be the "painful" ordeal so many people say it is.

You just need to know the right steps to take, in the right order.

And Mindy McHorse, professional six-figure copywriter and freelance writer, is the person to teach you.

Mindy went from making $24K in writing fees to six figures in just one year, and blogged about the entire process. Now, she's doing it again but with a new goal: To not only write, but market and publish a book successfully.

During this webinar, Mindy will show you what works and what doesn't when it comes to getting your book polished and published. Whether you've written several books already or you have yet to write a word, she'll explain how to get your book marketed and published this year.


She'll show you... 

Why marketing is something you should do before, during, and after you've written your book
Quick and easy ways to launch your author platform
How to set achievable publishing goals
Ways to pinpoint your target audience, making your marketing job loads easier
Which decisions are most vital to launching your marketing platform and getting it right-the first time
How to transition into the world of paid writing with a safety net
Where you can find help along the way


Instructors:

Mindy Tyson McHorse on "What successful tip would you like to share with your fellow writers?"

For the love of goodness, just go for it! You can make lists and plan and prepare till you're blue in the face, but that won't get you any writing work. You've just got to go for it - and remember that the world won't collapse if it takes you a couple tries to find your copywriting groove. At first, it may feel a lot like driving with your eyes closed - it certainly did for me! Just remember AWAI can give you all the directions you need to get to where you want to be. And if you'd like a little extra assurance, find yourself a way to network with other copywriters. I joined Circle of Success and never looked back. Having the support of people who knew what I was going through was instrumental in helping me stick with my goals. It was a lot like wearing extra seatbelt during that blind driving spree - I was terrified, but I knew I'd be okay.


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