Saturday, September 22, 2012

Writing and Marketing with The Muse Online Writers Conference

Every year in October writers have the opportunity to learn and grow through writing and marketing workshops and chats in the Muse Online Writers Conference. And, they have the even bigger opportunity to pitch their books to agents and publishers.

While you might be thinking you can't afford a week-long conference, you'd be wrong.

The Muse Online Writers' Conference is absolutely FREE!

Whether you're a newbie or your experienced, whether your book is published or your just writing it, whether you're going the traditional route or the self-publishing route, there's something in this conference for you.

I co-instructed a marketing workshop last October with Maggie Ball and the attendees got some great information that they were able to use right away. All the workshops are geared to help you move forward.

The conference starts October 8th and runs through the 14th. So, if you're not registered yet, do it right now - the extended registration ends September 30th. Don't dilly-dally.

Just click on the link (registration is on the left sidebar):

Hope to see you there!

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Karen Cioffi
Multi-award Winning Author, Freelance/Ghostwriter, Editor, Marketer
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  1. Looking forward to the conference.

  2. Susanne, thanks for taking the time to comment on both Muse promos!

  3. I love the Muse each year - it's such a rich week full of information, workshops, and collaborations - as good as any expensive, in-person conference (but free, and online). I really enjoyed our co-session last year and am doing a 1 hour chat on book reviewing this year.

  4. Every year I have learned lots at the muse conference. Many instructors provide lots of one on one assistance. I'm thrilled to be teaching a week long workshop on breaking through writer's block.

  5. Maggie, I intended on doing something this year, but time got away from me. Hopefully next year, I'll do a two or three day workshop.

    Mary Jo, Wow, that's great. I'm sure your workshop will help writers get back to writing!

  6. I will be there! I did not know registration has been extended. I'll pass it along. I attended last year for the first time and took the workshop you and Maggie did.

  7. Hi, Debbie, I hope you got a lot out of our workshop last year! Yeah, Lea is such a peach, she extended registration until the 30th.


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