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Portable Writer's Conference a Review


What's better than going to the next big writer's conference? Having 45 Editors, Agents, and Authors personally answer your questions about getting published. Wouldn't that be amazing? I have a wonderful surprise for you. The Portable Writer's Conference Your Guide to Getting Published by Stephen Blake Mettee is just that. A compilation of expert advice you can have at your finger tips.

For me, there is nothing better than inside information when you want to learn about an industry's needs and wants, and how to provide those things to them. I was able to learn how to write nonfiction using fiction, how to write from my roots, and how to use colorful description to enliven my nonfiction writing. These are just a few of the gems you will find inside the covers.

If you truly have that burning desire to be published this year; If you want to bypass the same old excuses; If life keeps tossing you hurdle after hurdle and your are tired of allowing that to stop you from achieving your goal, Then this book is an absolute necessity.

This book carries tips for fiction and nonfiction writers. It paves the way for you to self-publish or get published in magazines or by book publishers.

It shows you how to hone in on your goal, how to set your sights on exactly what you want to accomplish, then personally takes you by the hand and teaches you each step you need to take to finally achieve your goal.

Even if you attend every writer's conference that is being held this year in person, you will not have the opportunity to hear and learn from these 45 experts that can show you how to apply what is necessary to your writing now.

Publishing in the 21st Century can be fun and profitable. It takes work, of course. It takes time to learn the new publishing standards and expectations. It takes time to hone your craft. Then, it takes some more time and dedication to find the right audience for your work. Finally, you need to match your audience with the correct publishing technique or company.

Stop wasting your precious time. Achieve your publishing goals today by reading and following the advice of experts who are in the trenches. Pick up this book. Find the section that applies to the kind of writing you do. Take action on its advice, and achieve your publishing goals today.




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