SavvyAuthors Webinars

The Wellness Plan for Writers with Kee Chan

Have you ever felt you needed an extra boost of energy, inspiration or momentum to get thru the writing?

This webinar will introduce you to a new mindset that you can physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually awaken you body, mind, and muse to work for and with you during the writing process.

You will learn the importance of creating a wellness plan. The strategies and design of your plan will be discussed in the upcoming course ” The Wellness Plan for Writers” in November. The course was purposely designed to accompany the National Novel Writing Month event. Often times, we exhaust ourselves to finish the deadline without enjoying the journey. Join us for the webinar and take the course.

Be inspired, energized and happy when you complete your 50,000+ words novel at the end of the month.

This webinar is FREE!

Wednesday, October 4, 9:00PM-10:00 PM EST

The Highly Productive Creative Writer with Liz Pelletier

Where do the best ideas come from? How do creative geniuses like Steve Jobs, J.K. Rowling, and George R.R. Martin come up with the ideas that change the game completely? And how did they do it to a schedule?

Not all creative geniuses create to a schedule but successful authors must. To be successful, an author must be able to develop new ideas, characters, and conflicts then turn them into completed books several times a year. We all know authors who do this, but how?

Based on her experience with successful authors and developing her own creative spec projects for authors, Liz Pelletier has developed a framework for creativity used to help authors develop new ideas that can be translated into new books. Join Liz as she outlines this framework and see how it can work for you.

Wednesday, October 11, 9:00PM-10:00 PM EST

Legal Issues for Authors with Jacqueline Lipton

Legal issues are becoming increasingly relevant for authors, particularly those who self-publish without the benefit of an agent or attorney. The most common legal issues that impact authors and the publishing industry are copyright, contract, and, to some extent, defamation and privacy law. This two hour webinar provides an introduction for both self-publishing and traditionally published authors to basic legal issues they may confront when writing and marketing their work.

Learn if you can:

  • Quote song lyrics in my novel
  • Write about real people
  • Prevent someone from stealing my story idea
  • Re-use a title someone else has used for their book
  • Know the difference between copyright and plagiarism?

October 26th from 9 – 11 p.m. EST