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Five Ways to Publish a Book

In this free webinar, discover how to determine the right way to publish your project, what is required to publish each type of book, the basics for writing effective books that sell, the secret to using your book as your “hook” in your industry, business, organization, project or career, fool-proof ways to master networking introductions with your book inside and outside of the publishing industry, proven techniques to use your book to reach tv producers and the media and top strategies to leverage your book for various audiences, opportunities and markets. 

Finding High-Quality Reviewers and Building Your Email List

Evan Gow, indie developer of StoryOrigin delivers a valued-packed webinar on leveraging the amazing book marketing tool he built for authors like you.

Using Twitter as a Reader-Generation Machine

In this free webinar, discover how to: Use Twitter Spaces, a social audio platform, which is providing powerful new opportunities for authors to grow their audience and build relationships with their fans. Ruth L. Snyder will introduce you to Twitter and Twitter Spaces, teach you three successful strategies, and present possible next steps. This webinar is for you if you are an author who wants to find more readers, sell more books, and grow a community of raving fans.

Mastering the Award-Winning Story

In this free webinar with Jackie Haley, discover how to: Amazing writing strategies all authors must know, to tell your story that hooks the reader in and brings your book to life. “Must-Have” strategies to polish your manuscript so you can submit your story to publishers, agents and contests with confidence. How to build your credibility and add the title “Award-Winning Author” behind your name.

How to Push Past Obstacles to Write a Children's Book

How to write a picture book without procrastination, self-doubt or taking months, even if you've always struggled to turn your idea into a story. Discover how to: – turn your idea into a story that appeals to your audience, so you can create a picture book that they will want on their bookshelf forever, without taking months or even years – avoid the five big mistakes people make when writing, or trying to write, children’s books and why these mistakes are so destructive We'll also cover a case study of three aspiring authors that rapidly went from each having no published books, to publishing multiple books, including bestselling and award-winning books. How did they do it and what did they all have in common?

Finding Ideal Podcasts For Author Visibility and Streamlining the Pitching Process

Alex Sanfilippo explains how to move beyond pitching to book and author-related podcasts to finding podcasts that align with your brand and niche to actually help grow your audience while at the same time, streamlining the entire podcast pitching process so you can focus on what matters, being an author!

Authors That Pod Together Succeed Together!

One of the best things to come out of the 2021 Women in Publishing Summit was the formation of author pods! Authors Leslie Powell Amahdi, Christina Dankert, Eddye Lane, Antoinette Martin, Pat Black-Gould, Nancy Bordine, Susan Godwin, Lisa Plasse, Elizabeth Ducie, Jess Kotzer, Michelle Oucharek-Deo, Nancy Bordine and Rhonda Perry join in this special pre-summit webinar to talk about their pod and the impact on their success as authors.

An Author's Secret Weapon: A Social Media Strategy

In this digital age, social media is the best and easiest way for authors to connect with their readers and market their books. Join social media manager, Raewyn Sangari, and author, Emily A. Myers, for an in-depth session on how to use Instagram to connect with your target readers and reviewers, have a successful book launch, and continue to thrive with post-launch book sales. With a case study into Emily’s Instagram presence pre and post launch of her first book, you’ll learn how to create content that readers love and all of the tools Emily and Raewyn use to dominate in the social media sphere. Whether you’re just starting out on your writing journey or are a seasoned author, this session is sure to be packed with information you can use to take your social media game and book sales to the next level.

Your Editing Journey: How to Navigate Your Story Edit, Copy Edit and Professional Edit

Editing is essential to publishing, so we have brought in experts to help you. Fictionary, ProWritingAid, and FirstEditing have combined editing forces to help authors tell powerful stories.
Fictionary’s game-changing writing & editing software, ProWritingAid’s state-of-the-art copy editing platform, and FirstEditing’s certified StoryCoach editors are redefining the editing landscape. These women combine the newest, state-of-the-art techniques with professional publishing experience to create the most advanced and objective quality editing available.
Learn what the different stages of editing are in order to publish a book that sells. In this session, you learn what story editing and copyediting are, and you’ll learn how to choose and work with a qualified, professional editor.
You'll walk away with the knowledge you need to edit successfully and pursue the publishing path that best suits you.

Producing Your First Audiobook

This workshop will be a detailed look at the processes and requirements for creating an audiobook of your written work. We will give you the step-by-step process and the affordable equipment you will need in order to produce a professional sounding audiobook.

Grab your free 15 minute consult with Sherry at this link!

 Marketing Your Book and Message in Media

Mary O'Donohue, founder of Authors in Media, teaches us about her Media I.M.P.A.C.T. Method™ which lays out her strategic step-by-step approach to marketing a nonfiction book successfully in traditional Media.

Mary O’Donohue is a Media Coach for Authors, a #1 Bestselling Parenting Author, and a former Post Producer for The Oprah Winfrey Show who has worked in high profile media for decades including years on The Today Show and NBC Nightly News. As the founder of Authors In Media™, Mary teaches women nonfiction authors how to get publicity (without a publicist) and turn media interviews into valuable marketing assets. Join Mary’s community at and get your 3 Podcasts One-Sheets to stand out as media-savvy to podcasters . She can be reached at

BookFunnel Sorcery

Growing your mailing list like the by making superfans super happy
One of the best things about being an indie author is being able to reach your readers directly, and there is no better way to do this than with a mailing list of your very own. As an author, you should take every opportunity to delight your readers and move them along the journey from being just a casual reader of your stuff to a raving superfan of your work. BookFunnel has tens of thousands of authors doing just that, and we see the best tricks they are using to make readers happy and turn them into those superfans.

Join Damon Courtney, the creator of BookFunnel, to learn some of the ninja tricks that the biggest indies in the world are using to grow their reader list and make superfans that gobble up everything they write.


Overcoming Limiting Mindsets

“Limiting beliefs are false beliefs that prevent us from pursuing our goals and desires. Limiting beliefs can keep you from doing important things, like applying for your dream job or finding the relationship you want (or leaving the one you don't want).” Mark Manson

Danielle Perlin-Good is The Soul-Aligned Ghostwriter and an award-winning best-selling author. She works with emerging C-suite leaders to unleash their memoirs, self-help, and personal growth non-fiction books so they can share their powerful legacies and transform lives. Danielle uses mindset techniques, exceptional editing skills, and quantum healing modalities to ensure her clients develop a beautifully crafted and publishable book that they will forever cherish.

Get Danielle’s free guide,10 Ways to Find Your Perfect-Fit Ghostwriter at, today! 

Miko Marsh is an author, speaker, and instructor. She writes in multiple genres including business and children’s stories but is best known for her book, Living with Jezebel. Miko is a member of several writing organizations, participates in critique groups, and leads writing workshops throughout the year. She enjoys supporting others, helping them to find areas in which they can shine, and seeing people of all ages and abilities reach their individual goals.

Get the first chapter of Miko’s book, You Don't Want Success

Carolyn Schrader, who has over 40 years experience as a life coach, is a Certified Professional Life, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, and Grief Coach. She holds an AA in Psychology, Certification for Professional Life, Grief and NLP Coaching. She is an author, writer, blogger, published columnist, teacher/trainer and public speaker. Carolyn retired in 2014 as the Family Assistance Coordinator/Life Coach for the Alaska National Guard, a position she is very proud and humbled to have served.

Get a free workshop with Carolyn!


Decoding Book Proposals

Whether you are writing fiction or non-fiction, this webinar will provide a look inside the process of writing a book proposal! Deborah Herman, CEO Of Author Branding Solutions, will share what agents and publishers want to see in your query and submission, as well as growing your author platform to meet the expectations of agents and publishers.

There is a WEALTH of information in this webinar, which is based on a longer four part series offered by Deborah and Jeff Herman. WIP Attendees can get $100 off the course using this link:


Creating Your Best-Selling Book Blueprint

Michelle Vandepas, of GracePoint Publishing, a 2021 Women in Publishing Summit sponsor on getting super clear and learn how to create a best-selling book blueprint. Some topics you will explore for your blueprint include: Answering the Call to Write The “Why” of your Book Visibility! – Connecting With Your Readers! Creating your Personal Writing / Publishing Schedule

To receive your free workbook from Michelle’s webinar, text the word Blueprint to (719) 292-3290.  Complete the sign-up process and you will instantly receive a link to your free workbook!


Diversity in Publishing Roundtable

Alexa Bigwarfe is joined by industry experts and authors for a discussion on diversity in publishing. Has anything changed since #PublishingPaidMe trended on Twitter last year? What do authors need to know?


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Building a Simple Author Website 

Watch this demo of Pub-Site, a fantastic website hosting platform designed just for authors!  Extensive Q&A in this presentation. 

Romance Writer's Roundtable

Featuring Yahrah St. John, Ines Johnson and Kristi Dosh, talking about writing romance, subgenres, and marketing romance, including how and when to use a pen name! 

Editing Tips from a Powerhouse Trio

Editing through the entire process. Featuring Lisa Lepki from ProWriting, JoEllen Nordström from FirstEditing and Kristina Stanley from Fictionary. Register for the Women in Publishing Summit at

Self-Editing Tips after NaNoWriMo with ProWritingAid

So you've managed to (hopefully) pull together a lot of words in November for NaNoWriMo… now it's time to start thinking about revising! Join us for a workshop on self-editing skills so that when you dig in over the holidays, or after the New Year, you're ready to go!

Hayley is thrilled to be ProWritingAid's Content Lead, as it gives her an excuse to think deeply about words every single day. Prior to joining ProWritingAid, Hayley spent a number of years as an elementary school teacher, which was a crash course in learning how to entertain an indifferent audience. These days, she puts her storytelling skills to use writing blog articles and working on her first novel.

Editing Your Story Structure with Fictionary

You’re coming to the end of NaNoWriMo and are about to type “The End” on your first draft. Are you wondering how you’re going to tackle editing the story you just wrote? In this session, Kristina Stanley, CEO of Fictionary and ALLi Story Editing Advisor, will teach you where to begin a story edit. If your dream is to craft a powerful story, she'll show you how to “see” your first draft in a new way. Story editing is the primary structural review of your manuscript and the story you're telling. Whether you’re self-publishing or going the traditional route, your story needs to be as good as you can possibly make it before sharing it with others. Before you share your story, you owe it to yourself to tell the best possible story. Learn how to story edit, and you’ll create a story readers love. You’ll leave this webinar with advice you can take action on right away. You’ll know what to do next! 

Sign up for Fictionary at

Building Your Writing Community with Bublish

This is an info packed session on ways to grow your community as an author, while you are writing your book… organically and in an authentic manner. Kathy Meis, CEO of Bublish shares great tips on how authors can use their social media to create relationships and bring people into their network.


Learn how to SMASH a book launch!

This webinar is going to show you some of the tools and resources we use through Kat Biggie Press, Purple Butterfly Press, Chrysalis Press, and for our boutique publishing clients in Write|Publish|Sell. If you want to have great sales, you've got to have a great launch. And we'll break it down the strategies of a great launch, featuring the recent launch of Rupert's Snowman by Purple Butterfly Press author, Phillipa Warden.  

Book Brush

 August 20th – No Graphic Designer? No Problem! How To Create Professional Looking Images to Market Your Book Brush

What is Book Brush? Join Kathleen Sweeney from Book Brush for a fun live walk-through of the Book Brush tools. Get ready to embrace the marketing side of writing & see why authors say Book Brush saves them both time and money.

July 28th – Publish With a Partner: Do It Yourself Doesn't Mean Do It Alone.

Ramona Pina and Lucy Briggs of BookBaby

There is some misconception about how one must take the reigns entirely themselves or lose control of their work. Perhaps we can dispel this myth and show how writers can sell directly to readers and build their author platform with a partner AND retain control and independence.

ProWritingAid AJ OgilvieMay 28th – A conversation with AJ Ogilvie of ProWritingAid on the fundamentals of clarity, why clarity matters, and why it means so much for our readers.

To be sure, all writers believe in the value of clarity, and as readers we can confidently describe a sentence or paragraph as clear or unclear. But most of us don’t really know the specifics of how clarity is produced. In this webinar we talk about how to craft sentences that produce clarity for readers, how to effectively organize information for readers, and how we can create writing that provides a fluid reading experience for our audience.


Find the slides HERE.



May 26th – Author Kasie Whitener on book clubs! How to get into one, how to get kicked out of one, and how to sell your books through them.

Read a recap of the webinar on our blog.

JoEllen NordströmMay 21st – FirstEditing.Com CEO, JoEllen Nordström on when authors should get an editor for their book.

Be sure to use code WIP19 for 19% off services from FirstEditing. Valid until May 31, 2020

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Slides can be downloaded HERE.

May 6th -Why Authors Need a Website, with Fauzia Burke of Pub-Site

Learn how websites are a critical part of an author's platform, and watch a demo of Pub-Site, a plug and play website platform designed with authors in mind.

October – Vervante CEO Cindy Tyler talks about all the ways Vervante can help authors sell their books! 

September – BookBaby President Steven Spatz covers all the ways that BookBaby can help authors, from authoring to printing. 

August – ListenUp Audio! Diane Lasek, SVP of ListenUp Audio, talks about planning for an audiobook and gives an overview of audiobook production.