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Being a successful writer isn’t only about writing a great book, and the myth of the lone writer is just that—a myth! Today's authors need a publishing team, an author community (for support and advice), as well as a reading community—all different types of networks, with differenty dynamics, but that are based on who you are, what feels comfortable, and your own communication style.

 

From connecting with accountability partners and writing groups to finding the right agent, editor, or street team, a strong, vibrant network can be the difference between giving up and finding your readers.

 

If you’re ready for a results-oriented approach to networking that will leave you feeling supported, not salesy, join award-winning author Linda Ruggeri in this step-by-step workbook to build the network you need today, as well as tomorrow.

Networking for Writers: Practical Strategies for Networking Success

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  • Most of us are tired of navigating the writing world alone. But wait! This practical workbook is packed with tools to help you build and strengthen connections for long-term results.

    As a writer, building a network of clients, readers, publishers, or influencers who support your work can be challenging to do on your own. But you don’t have to do alone. Networking for Writers guides you and provides the resources and connections you need to establish a reliable and sustainable writing career.

    With “Networking for Writers,” you learn to:

    • Customize networking to your goals, style, and interests.
    • Streamline your process for faster success in the writing industry.
    • Strike the perfect balance between creativity and productivity within your work.

    Don't let your dreams of being a full-time published writer remain just a dream!

    Grab your copy of “Networking for Writers” and discover how to effortlessly expand your network, grow your profile, increase your income, and become a writer who is so happy about the choices you made.

    How I do I know this book works? Because it’s based on my already successful Networking for Freelance Editors, published in 2021 (which won an IBPA silver medal award because it was that good!). The great reviews show how readers used it and have seen their businesses grow!


    With an Introduction by reknown short story author Ran Walker, this book includes over twenty real-life experiences (quotes or excerpts) from successful indie writers who share how and why networking has been key to their success.

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