October Online Workshop: October 23 – November 17
Time Management Secrets for Authors:
How to Balance Writing, Book Marketing,
and Your Schedule While Igniting Your Creativity
with Stacy Juba
Do you wish there was more than 24 hours in the day? If it seems like there is never enough time to write, promote your published books, and/or prepare submissions to editors and agents and learn the ropes of the business side of writing, then this workshop is for you.
Author and editor Stacy Juba experienced the longest writer’s block of her life after a family health crisis. She went on a mission to resurrect her creativity and find the time and energy to manage her writing career. Thanks to her new strategies, Stacy created a successful editing business and launched an exciting new chick lit series, and considers her herself more productive than ever.
Over the course of the month, participating writers will take important steps to advance their careers while also reducing the stress in their lives. Whether you’re struggling to overcome writer’s block, beef up your book promotion, or get your writing career launched, this class will arm you with the skills to get to the next level.
Participants will receive assignments and suggested tasks in a friendly, interactive format so that by the end of the course, they will be in a much more organized state of being.
About the Instructor:
Stacy Juba got engaged at Epcot Theme Park and spent part of her honeymoon at Disneyland Paris, where she ate a burger, went on fast rides, and threw up on the train ride to the hotel. In addition to working on her new Storybook Valley chick lit/sweet romance series, Stacy has written books about ice hockey, teen psychics, U.S. flag etiquette for kids, and determined women sleuths. She has had a novel ranked as #5 in the Nook Store and #30 on the Amazon Kindle Paid List. Stacy is also the founder of the Glass Slipper Sisters, a group of authors with Cinderella-themed romance novels.
When she’s not visiting theme parks with her family, (avoiding rides that spin and exotic hamburgers) or writing about them, Stacy helps authors to strengthen their manuscripts through her Crossroads Editing Service and offers online workshops for writers.
Find her at http://stacyjuba.com.
This is a 4-week online course that uses email and Yahoo Groups. If you do not have a Yahoo ID you will be prompted to create one when you join the class, but the process is not difficult. The class is open to anyone wishing to participate. The cost is $30.00 per person or, if you are a member of OCCRWA, $20.00 per person.
Enrollment is a two-step process. BOTH Step One (Request to Join the Class and Step Two (Payment) must be completed in order to be fully enrolled.
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Please Note: We continue to see students who do not complete Step One, the request to join the class. YOU MUST COMPLETE THIS STEP. Changes in Yahoo Groups do not allow us to add students to the class. If you have paid without requesting to join the class, we will attempt to send you an invitation to join, but we are finding that many students are not responding to these invitations or are not checking their spam folders.
Also, if you are using another name or an email address for the class other than your PayPal address, you MUST tell us that in the comments section when you join (after clicking the purple Join Now button). We will not be able to add you to the class until we can confirm your payment, which we won’t be able to do if you don’t tell us you paid under a different address. Online classes must be paid for ONLINE. Mail in payments will not be accepted.
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