Being human, we all err. But wouldn’t it be helpful to clearly identify the types of writing mistakes we most commonly make and eradicate them?
I discussed seven common writing errors that authors tend to overlook in a recent webinar sponsored by Book Street Cafe. They have made the replay available to me and I like to share.
Invest one hour and you’ll get a lot of valuable information, especially if you’re writing a nonfiction book.You can request an MP3 file (audio only) or an MP4 file (audio with visuals) by emailing me with 7 Mistakes in the subject line. Please state your preference–MP3 or MP4.
Better yet, you can access a whole community of information and services at Book Street Café, a virtual association created for authors and publishers. This membership site includes periodic meetings, forums for asking questions, and special training events—all from the comfort of your office or home. I highly recommend you join Book Street Café—a $10 monthly investment—and get ongoing access to experts in the publishing world.
When you join now, you’ll become a charter member. And you can listen to the replay of Barbara McNichol: 7 Mistakes to Avoid When Writing Your Book right at www.BookStreetCafe.com
Book Street Café, for publishers, self-publishers, and others interested in publishing, provides a common forum where you can go to ask questions, share ideas, and learn more about publishing. Join here.