Next up @ the Salon
Mind Mapping Your Career
Saturday, July 16th @ 3PM EDT/Noon PDT/9PM Paris/5AM +1 AET
Mind mapping is proven to be the most effective way to plan your career, because you lay down your ideas in the same way as the brain functions. Now that we’ve passed the halfway point in the year, we’re going to mind map the rest of 2022—and beyond.
FREE for Salon members, $15 for guests
Monthly Salon Chat
Saturday, July 30th @ 3PM EDT/Noon PDT/9PM Paris/5AM +1 AET
Make yourself a cuppa or pour yourself a glass of wine and log on to share your writing progress, woes, and news with your fellow Salonistas.
4PM EDT / 1PM PDT / 10PM CET / 6AM (+1) AET
Join us on Zoom to rack up words on your projects—whether it’s drafting, editing, researching, pulling together your newsletter or whatever you’re working on.
We sprint for at least an hour every day except Fridays US/Saturdays Australia.
Available for purchase now!
Making a Memoir with Lisa Anselmo, Laura Bradbury, and Samantha Vérant
Want to know what goes into making a memoir? We’re talking all about it with Lisa Anselmo, Laura Bradbury, and Samantha Vérant—authors whose memoirs have inspired readers around the world—and left a lasting impact.
We’ll take you behind the scenes to discover the process and pitfalls:
- Getting it right: going from “Dear Diary” to an unputdownable story
- Getting it published: indie vs. traditional
- Getting it out there: connecting with your audience
Blurbing Your Way to Book Sales with Lisa Anselmo
Your book’s description, or “blurb,” might be more important than the cover for hooking a reader. It’s the first thing they read, after the cover to know if it’s worth their time.
So, how do you distill your story down to a few potent paragraphs that will make your story irresistible? In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn the key elements every engaging blurb has, and how to shape your own blurb copy into that succinct super-hook that makes readers hit “buy now.”
$15 for full webinar replay and handouts
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Massive thanks to Evan Gow from StoryOrigin for taking us through what the app can do for overwhelmed writers, not to mention his fantastic newsletter 101!