- Letter to Announce Suspension of W.I.S.E. Coffee Meetings, But Write Outs and Webinars Will Continue
- Proposed Schedule for Enrollees in the “Publishhed in 2016” Program
- Join Us at Our Next W.I.S.E. Coffee on January 26th, 9:30 a.m.
- Come to Our Next W.I.S.E. Coffee, October 27th, 9:30 a.m.
- Come to Our Write Out October 13th, But Email Jan First
Author Archives: wftjourney
In our last meeting on March 31st, we talked about promoting our books through blog reviewers. The post I read to the group and taught from was,”Book Bloggers: Where to Find Them and How to Win Them Over,” by Jenny Bravo (see link at bottom … Continue reading
In our March 10th W.I.S.E. Coffee, we learned about using intellectual property lawyers to negotiate book contracts, and we learned some things that are typically negotiable in that contract. (You can find them in your state and city here.) Two … Continue reading
Don’t use passive voice… Passive vs. active voice is always good to review. At our last Day Meeting, I shared a blog post by Grammar Girl (Mignon Fogarty) about that very subject. Active voice is when you have a subject, … Continue reading
I was reminded by a WFTJ member that this conference is coming up this weekend! For all the details and to register, click here. Join more than 100 other Front Range Writers for the Writers on the Rock: Conference 2015. … Continue reading
Okay everybody, here we go! On July 29th, 2014, we will meet in the hotel lobby and patio of the Broadmoor Hotel at approximately 9:30 a.m. Bring your laptops or a notebook because this is a Write Out! Around noon/12:30 … Continue reading
Since we restructured Words for the Journey, there are questions about how I as director now define membership. Originally, a member was someone who paid yearly dues. Starting in January 2014, dues are dead. We meet at Starbucks and everything … Continue reading
Here are several members who’ve recently moved ahead in their writing journey: Member Kim Stewart started a new blog called Wholly Words. Go check it out! Carrie O’Toole, life coach extraordinaire, published a book this month called Relinquished: When Love … Continue reading