Kerrie Flanagan, director of Northern Colorado Writers, announces a new publication for writers, The Complete Writer. The first issue is free, so take a look and see what you think. A twelve-month subscription is $19.95.
The Complete Writer is also an opportunity to see your own articles in print. Submission guidelines are at http://completewriter.blogspot.com and are summarized below.
Here’s what Kerrie says:
Welcome to the inaugural issue of The Complete Writer. For the past five years my passion has been to support and encourage other writers on their journey to pursue their dreams. This e-publication is an extension of that passion.
My hope is that The Complete Writer will nurture not only your mind, but your creative spirit and body as well. Each issue will contain resources, inspirational articles, market news, exercises, and other information to help you become the best writer you can be. It is designed to be enjoyed either online or printed out.
As we enter into this new decade, I anticipate we will see exciting changes in the publishing industry as the Kindle and other e-readers become popular and Social Media becomes the preferred form of communication. As writers we should all stay informed about the industry and the direction it is headed.
Enjoy this first issue,
If you blog about the writing life, you might want to consider submitting articles to The Complete Writer.
For Regular Articles
Word Count: 500-750 words
Kerrie suggests these possible topics: Author interviews, inspirational articles, writing craft articles, book reviews of writing books, organizational articles, querying, pitching, anything writing related.
For Social Media Articles
Word Count: 350-450 words
Articles related to all aspects of social media.
In Your Words; Backpage Essay
Word Count: 350-450
Check out that free introductory issue. I think you’ll like it.
Galen Kindley--Author says
This is a nice thought, Patricia. If nothing else, a good way to build name recognition.
Best Regards, Galen.
Imagineering Fiction Blog
Thanks for the tip. It looks like a great place to learn about the craft of writing and a potential place to submit.
Jane Kennedy Sutton says
I’ll definitely check it out – thanks.
Karen Walker says
Just wanted to thank you for your lovely comment on my blog yesterday. It means a lot, coming from you.
Mason Canyon says
Very informative. Another great link to check out. Thanks.
Elizabeth Spann Craig says
I’ll take a look! Thanks for the tip, Patricia.
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Kay Theodoratus says
One of the great reasons to belong to the Northern Colorado Writers. 🙂
Helen Ginger says
Very interesting, Patricia. Thank you for bringing it to our attention – otherwise, I would have missed it.
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Karen Walker says
Thanks, Patricia. I’ll check it out.
Terry Odell says
Thanks for posting, Patricia. Interesting. Scary – can I say ANYTHING in under 750 words?
Elspeth Antonelli says
This is interesting. Hmmmmm. Thanks for posting this, Patricia.