Tools for Writing & Organizing Your Writing
Description: Summit host Alexa Bigwarfe facilitates a panel discussion on the tools for organizing that writers will find useful as they write, publishing and market their books.
Format: Panel Discussion
Level: This presentation is for all levels.
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Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar is the award-winning novelist of Love Comes Later and An Unlikely Goddess. Like all of her books, they showcase international settings and the ordinary people faced with extraordinary choices. As the host of the Expat Dilemmas podcast, she peppers each show with reflections from a decade of living in the Middle East. She teaches courses on literature, argumentative and creative writing. Learn more about her work on her website at www.mohadoha.com
Darla DeMorrow is a member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals, NAPO Tech SIG co-leader, a Certified Professional Organizer®, certified professional photo organizer, international speaker, blogger, and owner of the award-winning HeartWork Organizing, LLC, based in Wayne, PA. Darla has an English degree, but never dreamed of publishing a book after more than 20 years in business. Her first is a business book dressed in maternity clothes, called The Pregnant Entrepreneur. Her books, Organizing Your Home with SORT and Succeed and Organizing Your Kitchen with SORT and Succeed, are Amazon best-sellers. You can get a package of free home and business organizing tips at http://HeartWorkOrg.com
Sarah St. John
Author and Entrepreneur
Sarah St John is an author, entrepreneur, blogger, podcaster, musician, photographer, animal lover and world traveler. Sarah has created several startups throughout her career, and she currently owns a travel agency (palmtreetravel.net), a web design company (siteseam.com), and a social media management company (socialsharx.com). In addition, Sarah is the author of the upcoming book, “Frugalpreneur: How To Launch, Manage and Market Your Online Business For Under $100 Per Month”, and is the host of an upcoming podcast of the same title. Sarah has spent a lot of time researching ways to be able to run online businesses on a tight budget, and her goal in publishing her book is to share the tools, resources
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How can I get the 180 day timeline that was mentioned? Thanks
Hi, Kristine. I believe the timeline that Alexa referred to can be downloaded from this blog post: http://writepublishsell.co/the-book-publishing-timeline/
Great practical tips from all stages and phases of the process! Thanks so much for the timeline too, just downloaded it. Cheers!
I lost everything in a fire once, computer, backups. This was before the cloud tech came out. Devastating. I now keep my backups in a firesafe.
Oh what a terrible loss! Good info, thank you.
Love my Dropbox & Backblaze! They have saved me from losing my work more than once!
Great seeing my fellow Certified Professional Organizer Darla on this panel. You go, girl! And like Sherelle, above, I’m a huge fan of Dropbox and Backblaze. (Backblaze+TimeMachine to Time Capsule is my belt-and-suspenders approach.) Great summit, Alexa!
Thank you so much!