WRITERS FORUM: JOAN GELFAND– ONLINE

The Four C’s of Successful Authors
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WRITERS FORUM: JOAN GELFAND– ONLINE

June 23, 2020 @ 6:30 pm 8:00 pm UTC

The Four C’s of Successful Authors

Not all writing careers are created equal.

Why are some authors quickly catapulted to publishing success while other authors languish?

What are the four C’s and how can you make them work for you?

What are your writing challenges?

What is a book proposal and who needs one?

What is the difference between a non-fiction and a fiction book proposal?

In this workshop, we’ll learn the secrets of how to become a successful author.

We will also discuss cover letters, finding the right agent (or publisher) and how to sell your published books.

Joan Gelfand, MFA, is the author of the #1 Amazon Best Seller, You Can Be a Winning Writer: The 4 C’s of Successful Authors: Craft, Commitment, Community and Confidence, (Mango Press, July 2018)

Joan’s three volumes of poetry and chapbook of short fiction have garnered over twenty awards and commendations.

Joan’s novel, Fear to Shred, set in a Silicon Valley startup, will be published by Mastodon/C&R Press in March, 2020.

Joan’s key publications include Los Angeles Review, PANK!, Rattle, Huffington Post, Poetry Flash, Prairie Schooner, Kalliope, Meridian Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and over 100 lit mags and journals.

For more information: https://www.thewritespot.us/forum.php 


You Can be a Winning Writer by Joan Gefland

You Can Be a Winning Writer

The 4 C’s Approach of Successful Authors – Craft, Commitment, Community, and Confidence

Learn the keys to successful authorship from a pro: Joan Gelfand, author of You Can Be a Winning Writer, has been teaching her 4 C’s approach to creative writing and successful authorship to aspiring authors at book festivals and writer’s conferences for the past decade. She has taught her 4 C’s method to college professors, CEOs, doctors, ghostwriters, poets, and playwrights throughout the United States; helping them realize their publishing dreams.