YOUR FIRST BOOK TODAY
STEP BY STEP GUIDE ON
How To Write & Publish
YOUR FIRST BOOK
Listen To Literary Speaking
The Writer's Guide To Publishing & A Podcast For Aspiring Writers
FIND YOUR AGENT. Get Published. BUILD YOUR PLATFORM.
Fathers, Food & Memoir with Dawn Lerman & Crystal-lee Quibell discusses how to write a memoir that includes recipes and family memories. Dawn also shares how she began writing for the New York Times as a food columnist & secured her literary agent. Dawn...
Get a look Inside the Publishing Mind with founder of one of the largest literary agencies in North America, Bill Gladstone. Bill discusses what makes a book a best-seller, what your publisher expects from it’s authors and whether or not the six figure book deal is really a good thing for your long-term career as an author.
Green-light Your Book with Brooke Warner and Crystal-Lee Quibell discusses how to navigate the publishing world as an indie author. How should you promote your work? Learn how to succeed in the new era of book publishing without breaking the bank. Brooke Warner is the...
Jessica Strawser, editor of Writer’s Digest discussed how to write and pitch your freelance articles to popular publications. Jessica also shared tips on how to approach an editor, what you need to know before submitting your article for review, and how to secure a...
Kerry Cohen and Crystal-Lee Quibell discuss The Truth About Memoir, how to write about yourself, and others, with honesty and integrity while honouring your own truth. What to expect from friends, family and the media when your memoir is published and how to navigate...
Columnist and Author Meredith Maran discusses why we write about ourselves. She shares how she gathered the wisdom and advice of 20 memoirists for her latest book. Tips on how to keep writing when you want to quit as well as the risks and rewards of memoir. Listen to...
THE MAGIC OF MEMOIR
Get The Support You Need &
Write The Damn Book Already!
As an aspiring author I often felt alone and unaware of what exactly I needed to do to Get Published.
It was about so much more than just writing a book, I became a perpetual student of publishing so I could learn everything possible about the industry and then share it with others.
I made a lot of pricey mistakes hiring help that wasn’t qualified, signing up for classes I didn’t need or wasn’t yet ready for.
I drifted from one writing group to the next in search of my people, in search of that Magical Coven of Supportive Writers.
People I could share my work with and feel safe knowing they had my back.
Alas, I wasn’t able to find my group, so I created one:
You don’t need a fancy education to succeed as a writer..
You need to get your ASS in the chair and Write The Damn Book!