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VBT-Writers on the Move Is Back!

After a nice long two month hiatus VBT-Writers on the Move is ready for action in February 2011.

As always, VBT-Writers on the Move has a great tour planned with writers and authors who collectively, have tons of writing and marketing experience and information to share. I'll be hosting one of these wonderful authors each month along with my other weekly posts and interviews.

One goal I have and VBT-Writers on the Move is to provide more value packed informational content so you can not only learn about the authors, their books and services, but also pick up tips and advice on writing, ghostwriting, marketing, and more.

So, look over the schedule below. Each day in February a different author and information will be presented. Just follow the schedule and click on the corresponding day. However, don't forget to stop by here each day too. I'll be posting a link to the Writers on the Move stop and some writing tips as well.

Writers on the Move’s February 2011 Tour Sched…

Using Time Wisely When Writing Articles

12 Nuggets of Writing Wisdom

by Shery Ma Belle Arrieta-Russ 1. Work hard to become competent. Neil Gaiman said, "There's no magic formula. To become a competent writer, you write until you start to sound like you, and then you keep on writing. Finish things you start. Get better." 2. View life from different perspectives. Douglas Clegg said, "Get out and live and travel and see the world from perspectives other than the one with which you've been saddled. Youth doesn't last very long, and it might be better to participate in life awhile before writing from it." 3. Write one page at a time. John Steinbeck said, "When I face the desolate impossibility of writing 500 pages, a sick sense of failure falls on me and I know I can never do it. This happens every time. Then gradually I write one page and then another. One day's work is all I can permit myself to contemplate and I eliminate the possibility of ever finishing." 4. Strive for vigorous writing. Wi…

Free Fourth Annual Catholic Writers’ Conference

CONTACT:  Karina Fabian Phone:  (805) 285-0108, karina@fabianspace.com
Ann Margaret Lewis Phone:  (317) 755-2693 annlewis@joesystems.com
For Immediate Release
Carolyn Howard-Johnson Conducts Seminar at Free Online Conference
World Wide Web--Writers, editors, agents, and other publishing professionals from around the world are gearing up for the free fourth annual Catholic Writers’ Conference Online, featuring veteran presenters like Carolyn Howard-Johnson, multi-award winning novelist, poet and book marketer.
The online conference will run from March 21 to 27, 2011 and is sponsored by the Catholic Writer’s Guild. It is free and open to writers of all levels who register before March 1. Writers needn’t be Catholic. It is conducted in an online forum at http://www.catholicwritersconference.com.
Workshops and live online chats cover the gamut of writing topics from idea generation to marketing a published novel; traditional and self-publishing, article writing and fiction, and mu…

Interview Friday with SFC Book Reviewer Kris Quinn Christopherson

Interview Friday with SFC Assistant Nonfiction Editor Randi Lynn Mrvos