Exciting News: Thanks to Scribd, Your Goal Guide: A Roadmap for Setting, Planning and Achieving Your Goals is now available as an Audiobook. It’s also included on their list of October’s Best New Books.
Stop by the Write On Online Facebook Group to participate in daily threads and stay connected with the Write On community. And, join me for the #GoalChat Twitter chat every Sunday at 7pm PT and #GoalChat Live, which takes place Mondays at 4pm PT on the Mango Publishing Facebook page.
Recently on #GoalChatLive:
- Collaboration with Mike Allton
- Pitching to Podcasts with Laura Michelle Powers
- Loneliness with Daree Allen
Remember, keep an eye on The D*E*B Method Facebook page for announcements, as well as live-streams, links, and inspiration.
YOUR GOAL GUIDE
Need to rework your path or set a new one? Read Your Goal Guide: A Roadmap for Setting, Planning and Achieving Your Goals. Remember to join the Your Goal Guide Facebook Group to ask questions, make new connections, and get additional support. I am also available for one-on-one and group coaching, as well as virtual summits and speaking engagements. Contact me to get started.
Here are some of my recent articles, videos, and resources …
- Alaska Tracy Podcast
- Write Hot Podcast with Laura Michelle Powers
- How (and When) to Revisit Your Goals – Lattice blog
Thank you to everyone who voted for Your Goal Guide to be showcased on the professional-learning Twitter chat/book club #bookcamppd, run by Meredith Johnson. We did it! #YourGoalGuide came in third and will be featured on the chat – along with me – on November 29 and December 6 at 4:30pm PT. Learn more here. I will share details when it gets closer.
Check out David Watson’s interview with Jen Grisanti on her new seminar: The Wound That Drives Us on his Movies Matter website. Plus, check out his new reviews, as well as his interview with Chris Vogler in honor of The Writer’s Journey 25th Anniversary. You can also watch my #GoalChatLive with author Chris Vogler.
The Women’s National Book Association San Francisco Chapter is pleased and proud to continue the Effie Lee Morris WNBA Literary Awards in honor of Ms. Morris, who was a pioneering Black librarian and the founder of their chapter in 1968. The Effie Lee Morris WNBA Literary Awards Contest is actually three contests in one: nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. Get details.
Considering doing #NaNoWriMo? Check out Stephanie Bourbon’s new course. She has now done #NaNoWriMo 16 times … and completed it every time.
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Tip from Carolyn Howard-Johnson: “What’s a calendar for? To list world-wide and national days of celebration for inexpensive (frugal!) ways to promote. Enter whatever might be related to your product or business once. Set an annual alert for a few days before. And then socially network My favorite is #EarthDay and related environmental days (there are at least three other major ones!) for the poetry book by Sublime Planet by Magdalena Ball and me. You could work your posts around a discount, a contest, a giveaway or just your altruistic self.”
Michael Wiese Productions Fans: If you are a podcaster interested in filmmaking, and want an opportunity to interview some of the amazing MWP authors, Please contact email@example.com. Btw, you can find some awesome ebooks at my Write On Online MWP affiliate bookstore.
October 10 – 11: The Alliance of Los Angeles Playwrights (ALAP) presents its all-virtual fall event, “DramaPajama.” Each day features creative discussions with theatre professionals from across the U.S. The event will conclude on Sunday with a virtual cocktail party. Get tickets and details.
October 11: #GoalChat at 7pm PT on Twitter. Topic is Endurance. We will also talk about NaNoWriMo (aka National Novel Writing Month), as well as other November challenges, like National Podcast Post Month and Write Nonfiction in November.
October 13: Today is Tomorrow Zula. This Global Networking Event with Jeff Pulver is every Tuesday at 6pm PT on Zoom in October. RSVP here.
October 14: Free webinar for spiritual creatives from Courtnay Francis. Learn How To Move From Your Headspace Into Your Heart Space at 5pm PT. Reserve your spot.
October 16: San Francisco Values Panel at 12pm PT on Zoom. Come listen to, and converse with three award-winning authors who have captured a world-changing megalopolis in thought-provoking books: Joan Gelfand, Geri Spieler, Aya de Leon, and moderator Kathleen Archembeau, native San Franciscan and WNBA-SF Board member. Get details and register.
October 18: #GoalChat at 7pm PT on Twitter. Topic is Joy.
October 23; Debra Eckerling is leading Virtual Networking Goals for Writers for the Women’s National Book Association – San Francisco Chapter, starting at 12pm PT. Get details and register..
October 24: Women’s National Book Association – Los Angeles Chapter presents Conversations with Authors, Fall 2020. RSVP on Facebook.
October 24 – 25: Desiree Duffy’s The BookFest Fall 2020. Enjoy Panel Discussions and Conversations, Live Ask-an-Author Chats, Spooky Author Readings, Virtual Booths, Giveaways, and more! The live stream takes place on the Books That Make You YouTube Page. Free to attend.
October 25: #GoalChat at 7pm PT on Twitter. Topic is Creativity.
November 1: #GoalChat at 7pm PT on Twitter. Topic is November Goals.
Ready to start or relaunch your blog? Check out my book Write On Blogging: 51 Tips to Create, Write & Promote Your Blog. And if you read the book, I would love a review. Please and thank you.
The Guided Goals Podcast is a series of expert interviews, designed to help people pursue their passion projects. Each episode wraps with action items, so listeners can take what they heard, and move forward right away. We are on hiatus, but you can listen to Season 1 podcasts on GuidedGoals.com. Also, watch on YouTube, listen, and subscribe on iTunes, listen on Stitcher, or listen on Google Play.
Fiction Writing for Children is a 180-page book from award-winning children’s author and ghostwriter Karen Cioffi. You’ll be shown how to write your story, submit your work, establish your online platform, and book-marketing basics. Check it out today!
Writers, pen won’t budge? Read The Morning Nudge! Get your free subscription.
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