Upcoming Special Events and Webinars

Legal Issues for Authors with Law Professor Jacqueline Lipton

Learn from a lawyer what issues writers should consider

WEBINAR: April 6, 8:00PM-10:00PM EST

Join law professor and fiction author, Jacqueline Lipton, as she delves into the legal issues that could potentially cause trouble for authors.

Spring Writing Camp 2017

Need some motivation? 

Starting April 1

 

Hate writing alone? The SavvyAuthors Spring Writing Camp may be what you need to finally finish that book! Join a team and write!

Understand the world of romantic fiction

& learn to write a romance novel with Liz Pelletier

March 29 9:00PM-11:00 PM EST

Entangled Publishing publisher will go over the surefire elements that must be in every successful romance plot. This webinar explores why romances are the same, yet different.?

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Recent articles from the SavvyBlog

Show ‘Em the Love by Angela Knight

Everybody knows the first law of writing is “Show, don’t tell.” But what does that mean? The core of “showing” is to describe an experience using all five senses, plus its emotional effect on the viewpoint character. The most important item on that list is the last...
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7 Steps to Reclaiming Your Brain by Monica Corwin

Hello Loves, Please forgive me for that clickbait of a title. However, it is the truth. How often do you see people commenting on FB about X, Y, or Z and you read it and think...WTF? For me...way too often. With the internet, cell phones, and Google people don't need...
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Why you Must Build Community and How to Do it By Connie Flynn

Memorable bestselling stories always – without exception – have a larger-than-life hero/ine The hero/ine format will appear this one time only to affirm that hero will be treated as gender neutral and will stand for heroine when the context applies. Think of the...
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Radical Action to Make Writing More Fun by Lisa J. Peck-MacDonald

The first time I sat down to write a book I was completely overwhelmed. I had no idea how to construct a story. How does a writer know what to write and how to keep track of all the details to make a story work? At the time I started with an idea and just wrote...
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Getting New Inspiration from Old Techniques by Becky Martinez

Sometimes the best way to move forward is to go back to the past. That may sound strange, but I’ve found it can make sense, especially when it comes to writing. Many writers I know often complain about being stuck in their story and they can’t figure out what to write...
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The Pro Rookie: The Luck of the Authors By Liz Crowe

Happy Almost St. Pat’s Day fellow scribblers! How goes it out there as we approach end of Q1 2017? Meeting your goals? Did you set any? No? Me neither…. Well, that’s not 100% true. I have one big one, and I keep working towards it. So far, it still remains elusive....
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Writing for market…or not? by Joanne Dannon

How do you write a Romance Novel? When I first started writing and learning my craft, I read my first “how to” book called Writing a Romance Novel for Dummies by Leslie Wainger. Even though my copy is 13 years old, it is still relevant with plenty of useful...
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Treat Backstory Like a Pungent Spice by Sandy Vaile

Hi, I’m Sandy Vaile, a motorbike-riding daredevil suspense-writer, who was also a chef in a past life, which is why I often relate writing analogies to food. Today I’m going to explain why you should view backstory as a pungent spice too. J Why a pungent spice? To me,...
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Writing Steamy Sex Scenes with Em Petrova

Hello, Savvy Authors readers! I’m Em Petrova, and I write heroes who are hardworking—in bed and out! I bet you can guess that I write steamy sex. I’ll tell you, I didn’t start out writing dirty-talking heroes. For some reason, I didn’t think it was okay to write...
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9 Practical Tips to Start Writing a Book by Meg LaTorre-Snyder

According to The Huffington Post, 80 percent of Americans want to write a book. Think about that for a moment. That’s eight in every 10 people. (Whoa!) That isn’t to say, however, that all of those people succeed in completing said books. Many (if not most) don’t....
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