Happy New Year from The Book Designer Family

POSTED ON Jan 1, 2017

Joel Friedlander

Written by Joel Friedlander

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Happy 2017!

It’s going to be a momentous year for all of us.

I can’t wait to see what 2017 brings.

We’re taking a break for the holiday, but check back on Wednesday for another blockbuster post from frequent contributor novelist Florence Osmond. You won’t want to miss that.

JoannaPennNew26-125x150And on Thursday, join me and the always inspiring Joanna Penn for a free webinar aimed at all you nonfiction authors who’ve been secretly wondering if you might someday write a novel of your own.

The presentation is called “How to Write Fiction as a Nonfiction Author” and we’ll be live on Thursday January 5, at noon Pacific time.

In this practical webinar, Joanna—the author of numerous bestselling nonfiction books as well as a growing catalog of thrillers—will show you:

  • How to leverage the strengths you already have as a non-fiction writer
  • Ways to fill your creative well, tune in to your curiosity and find endless ideas
  • How to learn the skills you need to write fiction
  • The business model of fiction and how it can work alongside your other business and non-fiction books
  • How writing fiction can change your life

I can’t think of anyone better qualified to make this connection for nonfiction authors, and this is a subject rarely talked about. It should be an informative and memorable event. Joanna always delivers a huge amount of content in her engaging style. There will be lots of time for Q&A, too.

Register here for this free event: “How to Write Fiction as a Nonfiction Author.”

So have a great New Year’s day, do something memorable or especially kind to yourself. You deserve it.

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