Upcoming Telecourse: Letting Go of Your Writing and Getting it Published

Editor's Note: Taylor is a contributing writer to D*I*Y Planner and I have asked him to post this message regarding his latest teleclass. I've worked with him personally with my own writing and can vouch for his integrity. Taylor is energetic about helping people write and break into the publication industry. If you're free this night, I encourage those of you who are interested to join in on the phone discussion! Looking forward to hearing what everyone has to say. /innowen

NaNoWrimo is done. You've written 50,000 words, and got your first draft done. Now what? As a writing coach, this is a question I recently posted to several of my clients. While writing a 50,000 word novel is quite an accomplishment, many writers stop with that task and don't do anything to pursue it further. Or if they do pursue it further, many writers get caught up in an endless cycle of writing, editing, and revision, with no clear goal in sight for when the work will be submitted to a publisher.

While NaNoWrimo is an excellent motivation for getting people to write and edit each others' works, the next step of submitting the book for publishing is just as crucial, because it takes those 50,000 words and turns them into a novel.

On December 8th from 5:30 to 6:30 PST I am offering a free teleclass "When you know it's time to publish: How to let go of your writing". In this class I will discuss how to know when it's time to let go of your writing and trust yourself to send it off to a publisher.

For more details about the class, please visit http://www.imagineyourreality.com/workshops.html

To register for the class visit http://www.imagineyourreality.com/schedule.html

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