What You Need to Know before You Write Your Book
Free / Live Webinar – Tuesday, May 17
Join me and Jen McDonough (a.k.a. The Iron Jen) to learn what you need know before you write your book. Why? Getting started right makes it easier to keep going!
See you soon!
What a pleasure to speak with Joel Boggess of 4PointsCoaching.com about the adventure of writing!
Click here to listen to the interview where you’ll hear Erin Casey talk with Joel about:
- Branching out with your writing
- Following your passion
- Marketing your book
- Increasing your income
- How to combine work with pleasure
Want to join the adventure? Participate in a MyWritersConnection.com Workshop & Retreat.
Millennium Bridge in front of the Tate Modern Museum in London, England
Do you love the idea of travel?
Does the thought of taking a weekend or a week to focus on your writing seem like a dream?
When Jenna and I were planning the London writers’ retreat, so many people commented, “I’d love to do that, but I can’t because….
“I can’t afford it.”
“I have to be home for family members.”
“I don’t have a passport.”
“I can’t be away that long.”
And on and on.
Here’s the truth: If you have a job and/or a family, it’s never easy to get away—even if getting away means secluding yourself at the local coffee shop for a few hours.
Snakes really aren’t my thing. So when I had the “opportunity” to hold this monster, my gut reaction was “blech!”
My husband on the other hand was thrilled to let this python twist around his arms. He has owned a number of pets that I would kill (or demand that someone else kill) rather than cage… spiders, snakes, scorpions and the like. I don’t consider those creatures pets; to me they’re creepy, crawly threats.
But it isn’t very often that I have the chance to hold a snake of this size. Thankfully.
Writers’ retreats are a great way to boost creativity and get more done! But don’t just take our word for it. This week, guest blogger Jennifer Way shares why she takes several retreats a year–and how she makes the most of that time.
I’m a lazy writer. There. I’ve said it. Writing doesn’t come easy to me, but I love the finished product. Taking something out of your brain and making it a reality is addictive. I just don’t have the time to do it.
10. Editor + Round Table Feedback on my narrative; knowing what the rules are means you can break them effectively.
9. Departure Port was NOLA! Architecture in the French Quarter, Beignettes & cafe au lait at Cafe du Monde, unique furniture designs at Crown Plaza and of course, crab cakes at the Oceana off Bourbon St.
8. Exclusive Networking with a diverse, interesting (and fun!) group. Evening dinners were unforgettable!