Upcoming Special Events and Webinars

Spring Writing Camp

Beating NaNovember for the Win

Join us for the perfect way to set yourself up for a NaNovember win!

October 8-28th

Summer is almost over and the kiddies are back in school. It’s time to take back your writing time and you know what that means…NaNovember is right around the corner!. But are you ready?

Summer Writing Camp

YOUR Own NaNovember Adventure Bootcamp

November 1-30th

It’s that time of the year with hot cocoa, warm stews, and the stress of writing 50,000 words in 30 DAYs

YIKES

SavvyAuthors is revamping our annual NaNovember event to help YOU get the 50k RIGHT words on the page.

Entangled Publishing

The Elements of Style…Sheets: How to Create Your Own Style Sheet with

Former Editor in Chief Zetta Brown

Thursday October 11 – 9 – 10 p.m. EST

Whether you plan to self publish or shop your manuscript around, your work needs to be consistent.

About SavvyAuthors…

Our goal is to get you published and keep you there.

At Savvy Authors we strive to provide the best tools, classes, and networking opportunities for authors in all stages of their writing careers, from aspiring novelists to multi-published authors, by providing a site that

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To grow the skills that you need to attain your publication goals!

Recent articles from the SavvyBlog

How to Write Specific vs. Vague Conflict in a Query By Meg LaTorre

The purpose of a query is to entice a literary agent or editor to read (more of) your manuscript. Some literary agents will only read the manuscript pages if the query entices them enough, other agents will read both the query and pages for each submission they...

BODY LANGUAGE The Hidden Dialogue by Zetta Brown

Actions speak louder than words. For every action, there’s an equal and opposite reaction.   Authors should remember these two sayings if they want their writing to have dimension. But when it comes to showing action with description, how much is too much? In...

It’s Fun To Make Your Characters Suffer by Kris Kennedy

We take it easy on our characters. We don’t mean to. We fully intend to make them suffer, to make things tough, but in the end, face it—we often don’t really push it.  Push them. The more you set your characters in uncomfortable situations, the more compelling they...

Books & Tools from SavvyAuthors members

Superstar by Beth Henderson
Writing and Revision tracker by Jamie Raintree
Under the Mask: A Multi-Genre Collection by Monica Corwin, ed

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