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CCWF October Quarterly Meeting: Making Money As A Freelance Writer: YOU Can Do It!

Making Money As A Freelance Writer: YOU Can Do It! With John Riddle CCWF Quarterly Meeting, October 1, 2022, 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.   In person @ Centreville Presbyterian, Centreville, VA, and online via Zoom. CCWF members, see your email to register for this event. Nonmembers, you can attend for $15 by clicking here. …

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CCWF September 2022 Webinar: Telling the Truth: How to Write Narrative Nonfiction

Telling the Truth: How to Write Narrative Nonfiction With Dr. Craig von Buseck Wednesday, September 14, 8-9 p.m. Eastern   CCWF members, see your email to register for this event. Nonmembers, you can attend for $10 by clicking here. In “Telling the Truth: How to Write Narrative Nonfiction,” Dr. Craig von Buseck will take us …

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Self-Publish without Being Eaten by Sharks

Webinar Amy DeardonJanuary 6, 20208:00 – 9:00p.m. Eastern Time How to Become Happily Self-Published without Being Eaten by Sharks Congratulations on finishing your manuscript! Now it’s time to self-publish. What do you do now?  This talk walks you through the self-publishing process. Keep all rights and profits while you design and market your stunning new …

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Train Yourself to be a Better Writer – Stephanie Buckwalter

Guest Blog from Stephanie Buckwalter, 11/11 Webinar Speaker Writers write. Good writers read. And I’m not talking about Twitter and your favorite blog. I’m talking about the classics. Read them. Study them. Analyze them. As you learn how the classics are put together, you learn to see the structure of good writing. Here are a …

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Why I Write Own Voices Stories – Preslaysa Williams

Guest Blog from Preslaysa Williams, 10/31 Quarterly Meeting Speaker Origins and Definition of Own Voices The Own Voices movement began when children’s literature author, Corinne Davis, created a hashtag of the same name. Corinne wanted to emphasize the importance of Own Voices in children’s literature because, despite the rallying cry for diversity in the Kidlit …

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