#RRBC WC&BE LITERARY SESSIONS LIBRARY

{Coming January 31, 2020)

RRBC began hosting our very own WRITERS’ CONFERENCE & BOOK EXPO back in 2016.  Since that first WC&BE, we have hosted a total of 4.  During each, we had some pretty powerful sessions to be presented by some amazingly knowledgeable authors.  Now, we’ve compiled all those sessions into our very own Literary Sessions Library – open to the general public.

For only $6, you may rent any of these sessions for 6 months!  That’s only a $1 per month, while you soak up all the knowledge contained within these sessions.

If you are a soon-to-be author, a new author or even a seasoned author, you can benefit from the information found within each of these sessions.

To rent SESSIONS, please CONTACT US and let us know the name of the session(s) you’d like to rent and the year each session was presented in. 

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2016 SESSIONS

-Blogging for Success
-Book Blurbs Dos and Don’ts
-Building Your Author Platform
-Cover Design
-Editors: Sniffing Out The Right One
-Indie vs. Traditional: Which One Wins
-Literary Lingo 101
-Marketing 101
-Why You Should Never Refuse Live Media Interviews
-Why Your Brand Is Important and Why Protecting It Is Even More Important
-Writing In The Senior Season
-Your Best Self-Promotion Tool: Promoting Others

2017 Sessions

-Avoiding Plagiarism
-Book Marketing via Social Media
-Book Marketing 2.0
-Crafting Believable Scenes
-Creating Well-Developed Characters
-Grammarly And Why You Need It
-How To Keep Your Blog Buzzing and Busy
-How To Show and Not Tell
-Media Kit Creation
-Most Effective Writing Tools For Authors
-No Time to Write? What You Should Be Doing Until Your Next Big Release to Stay Relevant
-Taking Your Author Platform To The Next Level
-The Effectiveness of Blog Tours and How To Make Yours A Success
-The “Other” Publishing Options (besides Amazon and Createspace)
-Writing Accurate Fiction
-Writing Outside The Box

2018 Sessions

-Developing Conflict – The Single Most Important and Difficult Task of a Writer
-Do You Know Who Your Target Audience Is? Here’s a Clue: They’re Not Ages 1 to 100
-Dynamic Characters and How to Create Them
-Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Trust “That” Book Review (And The Ones You Should)
-How To Write Compelling Book Reviews
-Interviewing Your Characters – Getting To Know Their Strengths and Weaknesses
-Is Your Book Blurb Blocking Your Sales? How To Move The Blockers Out of the Way!
-“Kill Your Darlings,” Stephen King said. Why Every Story Needs Death
-Leave Your Story To Breathe – Re-read and Edit After You Have Cleared Your Mind
-Marketing Your Book With a Press Kit
-Mastering Book Club Etiquette – Get It Right And The Club Will Be Your Marketing Machine
-Negotiating the Hot Topics of Co-Authorship
-Show Don’t Tell – Letting Your Readers “See” It For Themselves – Session 1
-Show Don’t Tell – Session 2
-Stronger Writing = More Book Sales
-The Art of Memoir Writing – Session 1
-The Art of Memoir Writing – Session 2
-Walking Around In The World You Are Creating
-Want To Be A Better Storyteller or a More Savvy Writer? … Travel More!
-Whose Senses Is A Scene Filtered Through? (Establishing POINT OF VIEW or POV) Sessions 1 & 2
-Writing Compelling Historical Fiction
-Writing Realistic Dialogue to Advance Your Story

2019 Sessions

-A Hands-On Guide To Using Canva
-Cover Design: Learn the Ingredients
-Defeating Writers Block
-Dialogue: Realistically Speaking
-Dialogue Tags and Why We Don’t Need Them
-Editorial Calendar: Its Purpose and How To Use It to Market Your Writing
-How To Promote Your Books With Amazon Ads
-Nonnie’s “15 Pearls” of Literature (on Marketing, Blogging, Community, Support, etc.)
-Novel Beginnings – How To Make Your Opening Sizzle
-SEO: What It Is and How To Improve Yours Starting Right Now
-The Benefits of Blogging
-The Fun and Frustration of Writing Historical Fiction
-The Power of Properly Placed Punctuation and How It Can Set Your Story Ablaze!
-TRELLO: Don’t Write A Book Without It
-What To Do When You Find Your Books Being Given Away Online and How To Get Them Removed
-Writing An Autobiographical Series Without Being Repetitive
-Writing Historical Fiction

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