You are now registered for our free summit, October 6-8.

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Before you go…

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Do you need a little longer to listen to the sessions?

We get it. Life gets busy. The timing for this wasn’t quite right. You really want to dive deep into some of the material.

Do you have lingering questions about writing, marketing, publishing or what the writing life is really like?

Sometimes you don’t know who to trust, or even where to start looking for answers.

Are you longing for some personal interaction with like-minded writers?

The life of a writer can be lonely. Not only do you work in your head where others can’t join in, but most people don’t “get” what the life of a writer is really like.

Introducing the All Access Pass

The All Access Pass is designed for those who want to go a little deeper or linger a little longer.

When you purchase an All Access Pass, you get:

  • Access to ALL 30 pre-recorded summit sessions until January 5, 2022. Watch anytime.
  • Access to a day of live, virtual interaction on Saturday, October 9.
    Yes! Here’s what we have planned for you:
    • Live Q&A panel with our three industry-experienced keynote speakers
    • Live Q&A with some of our fantastic speakers
    • Live Q&A with an agent and editor
    •  An opportunity to pray for your writing with other writers
    •  Virtual fellowship with other attendees and fellow writers

PLEASE NOTE: The appointment opportunities listed below are held Oct. 6-8 so sign up for the All Access Pass now to take advantage of this perk!

  • Access to sign up for a free, one-on-one agent or editor pitch appointment (limited slots first come-first served)
    • Jim Hart, literary agent with Hartline Literary Agency
    • Deb Haggerty, editor with Elk Lake Publishing, Inc
    • Tamera Lynn Kraft, editor with Mt Zion Ridge Press LLC
  • Access to sign up for a free, one-on-one appointment to discuss your writing project with a writing mentor
    • Linda Rondeau, mentor and editor with Elk Lake Publishing, Inc

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