You made it! 20/20 Vision Challenge from @EddieConnorJr | upcoming release 1/20/2020

It’s day 2 of the 20/20 Vision Challenge and today is all about the need to maximize the moment and focus. I’m sure you have as many goals as you do gifts. However, I want you to hone in and focus on your main specific goal.

It’s better to do one or two things in excellence, than multiple things in mediocrity. Don’t become so overwhelmed, that you underachieve. Stay true to you and the vision within you.

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If you only focus on the obstacle, then you will never see the opportunity. The gift in you, is greater than the adversity that surrounds you. Focus on your focus, which includes your ultimate goal. As you can see I wear glasses. Yes, I’m nearsighted so I have a few challenges seeing far distances. If I don’t wear my glasses, I still have sight. However, putting them on gives me focus to see even the smallest details that I can easily miss. Focus then enhances my vision to see beyond my sight limitations. It’s time to not only see your goals but focus with vision and seize them.

ACTION STEP DAY 2:

Choose one goal that you will align your focus and vision with during the challenge. Write it down and review it everyday. I believe that if you can say it and see it, then you will seize it.

Take it a step further by sharing your goal with your network, friends and family, by clicking the social networking icons below and/or posting to your page.

See it and seize it,

Dr. Eddie

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#MotownWriters Article: Top 5 Twitter Tips to Powerfully Market Your Books

Twitter is an important venue to reach readers, so we invited Rachel Thompson of BadRedhead Media to share her top Twitter tips for authors. To our delight, she outdid herself with a comprehensive mini-course that includes loads of insider tricks and resources. This is the (nearly) whole enchilada so bookmark it, take notes, and work your…

5 top Twitter tips to market your books by Rachel Thompson for BookWorks.comTwitter is an important venue to reach readers, so we invited Rachel Thompson of BadRedhead Media to share her top Twitter tips for authors. To our delight, she outdid herself with a comprehensive mini-course that includes loads of insider tricks and resources. This is the (nearly) whole enchilada so bookmark it, take notes, and work your way through the assignments. Whether you’re new to Twitter or just looking to up your game, here is your ticket…


Today we’re going to discuss a few of my top Twitter tips, so you learn how to make the most of this interactive platform.

read more https://www.bookworks.com/2019/11/top-twitter-tips-book-marketing/

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#Motown Word of the Day: Lambent #wotd

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WORD OF THE DAY
Lambent
ˈlam-bənt
adjective
1

Glowing softly

2

Gently glimmering

Examples of Lambent in a sentence

“The lambent flickering of the campfire lulled us all into a peaceful doze.”

“Massage parlors try to use lambent light to soothe clients.”

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The Twisted Storytellers Are Going GOAL Digging — And We Need Your Support @twistedtellers

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The Secret Society Of Twisted Storytellers® is creating a whole new generation of storytellers and story listeners.

Dear sylviahubbard,

Ending One Era, Staring One New

With the New Year comes New Goals! On this Giving Tuesday, 2019, we are excited to share our goals for the coming year plus ways you can get involved and show your support.

Top 3 Goals for the coming year:

Expand our Mission:

We have a global mission to connect humanity, heal and transform community. Our mission is achieved through live storytelling events, workshops that provide story direction and coaching to individuals, organizations, businesses and educational institutions. In the coming year we are designing programs for organizations across the country and in cities around the globe. This includes partnerships with multi-media platforms to expand our work from stage to multi-camera, global live-streaming platforms.

Empower Others:

In 2019, we presented over a dozen storytelling workshops to organizations, corporations and individuals. We helped to craft over 200 stories and programmed special live events. We want to increase that number significantly. With your support we will continue to empower communities by developing storytellers and story listeners through the art and craft of storytelling.

Create Community and Change the World:

“The moment a story is told it draws us to our shared humanity. Sharing stories makes community possible. People experience being seen, heard and accepted. There is an immediate sense of belonging.” – Satori Shakoor. After storytellers grace our stage, they take a bow—but the story doesn’t end there. Their stories are shared via social media platforms where they can influence change and inspire a call to action. In 2020, we want to connect with leaders of the world—lawmakers, educators, parents and clergy. We plan to travel to parts of the globe and coach those in positions of influence to inspire positive change through the art and craft of storytelling.

A donation of just $25 will provide a storyteller with the story coaching they need to be successful. $50 will make it possible to facilitate a small workshop. $100 will help support our monthly live events. Your donation of any size will make a meaningful impact. Will you give today and help us reach our goals for 2020?

Thank you for your continued support. We look forward to serving you in the New Year.

Click here to donate today!

With our thanks,

The Twisted Storytellers Team

The Society for the Re-Institutionalization of STORYTELLING

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In this NEW YEAR, Invite Author & Founder of #MotownWriters, @SylviaHubbard1 to speak at your next event | #keynote #workshopfacilitator availability

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AUTHOR, BLOGGER, MOTHER, SPEAKER, JOURNALIST, RADIO HOST, CONSULTANT & MORE!

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Sylvia Hubbard knew she’d wanted to be a writer of romance long before she knew there SylBluePinkStand.jpgwere black writers in the world. Weaving stories magically as a summer past time to writing stories to get through the humdrum of school, she was able to create something from nothing.

Today, she has independently published over 40 high suspense romance books, is the founder of Motown Writers Network and The Michigan Literary Network, CEO of HubBooks Literary Services, runs over five blogs on a variety of subjects, part-time host of The Michigan Literary Network Radio Show and is a happily divorced mother of three children in Detroit, Michigan.

“I’m no superwoman,” she states with a smile that seems infinite on her lips. “I’m just being an asset in the world instead of a liability.”

Considered an addicted blogger by HoneyTechblog.com, nominated and recognized for her literary work in the Metro Detroit area, referred to as “A Literary Diva” by Detroit City Council and donned “Cliffhanger Queen” by her readers, she finds solace in speaking and educating on a variety of topics.

Her subjects range from Social Media, Internet Marketing, Creative Intimacy, Single Parenting, Blogging, E-Books, Publishing (all aspects i.e.: writing, publishing, marketing & promoting online & offline), and personal triumphs with inspiration mixed in.

Never a disappointment, Sylvia Hubbard, has spoken in front of thousands all over the United States and Canada.

This author is available for book events, career day, conferences, speaking engagements, workshops, guest post and more.

About this author’s books: 

With over 45 books to date and more to come, Romance Suspense author has a wide range of books available for any book club selection.

The majority of all her books are Standalones and will start a voracious appetite for more.

Her current work, Daddy’s Girl is a sensual delight of erotic thriller readers are raving about.

Do you like a lot of suspense? Stone’s Revenge Would be perfect for your group.

Do you like a lot of Erotic? Check out any Black Family Novels or Beautiful

Do you want out of the box, the edge of your normal story? See exclusive reads by clicking here. 

No matter what your reading tastes desires, there is a story that will sate your senses.

This author is available for Skype, Facebook Live, Zoom and more or you can make arrangements to bring her to your group anywhere with travel and hotel stay accommodations. Find us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterView our profile on LinkedInView our videos on YouTube

Check out her current books by cover, see her upcoming WIPs and other types of books she has at

https://sylviahubbard.com/books

Free Reads by this author: Click here

Subscribe to this author’s updates for more literary works to come. CLICK HERE

To read more of this author’s work, check out her fiction list at: 

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Or get books on amazon at:

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Authors: Create exclusive reads, sneak peeks, review copies and short stories while building your mailing list! @prolific_works

Authors, sign up with #prolificworks to showcase your work to readers!

JOIN HERE

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Create exclusive reads, sneak peeks, review copies and short stories while building your mailing list!

Check out my prolific works page that has awesome reads to reach new readers, while building my mailing list!

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Greater Detroit Romance Writers of America 2020 Booksellers’ Best Award Contest DUE 1/6/20

We want our contest to be more representative of all romance writers, so we want as many authors as possible to be aware of and have the opportunity to enter our contest, judged by booksellers and librarians.

 

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2020 Booksellers’ Best Award

A Published Authors’ Contest

Sponsored by GDRWA

Co-Chairs: Celia Mulder & Deby Henneman

ENTER CONTEST HERE

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Michigan Authors, Writers & Readers: Send us your news & events #motownwriters

Post events. Send us News. Share from another Michigan Author, book club or literary business.
We want to hear from you!
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The Detroit Writing Room Newsletter: Chapter 16 @DETWritingRoom

Coming up next week…

We’re looking forward to popping bottles with you on New Year’s Eve!

2019 was an amazing year for us. We officially opened The Detroit Writing Room after years of dreaming about a space where anyone could get help from professional writing coaches, authors could give book talks, local artists could exhibit their artwork, professionals could find a quiet and inspiring place to work, and Detroiters could express their creativity during open mic nights or writing workshops.We’re excited for everything we have in the works for 2020, but until then, we’re opening our doors to celebrate the last night of this incredible year with you!

If you don’t have a ticket to our "Improv in the D" New Year’s Eve Show featuring Planet Ant and an open bar from Sumptuous Spirits, there is still time to sign up! (Special offer: Show your ticket to our neighbor Eatori Market and get 15% off your bill on NYE!)

Thanks for all your love and support this year! Happy New Year!
~Stephanie & Jake

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Detroit Writing Room Speakers Series

The Detroit Writing Room is launching a Speakers Series in 2020!

We’re excited to bring you a new monthly event! Each month will focus on a theme. There will be a meet-and-greet with the panelists, drinks, a lively discussion and opportunity to ask questions!

Join us for our first Detroit Writing Room Speakers Series featuring top Metro Detroit podcasters on Jan. 16 at 5:30 p.m.!

Podcasters Shannon Cason of Homemade Stories, Robin Kinnie of Motor City Woman Studios, Zak Rosen of Graham Media Group, Joe Saul-Sehy of Stacking Benjamins, Rebecca Scarcello of The D Brief and Jon Gay of JAG in Detroit will share how they built their shows, followings and careers in podcasting.

If you’re an aspiring podcaster or want to grow your own podcast, you don’t want to miss this!

Tickets are $35. Drinks are included.

GET TICKETS

Heading on a Book Tour in 2020?

Come stop in Detroit, and give at talk at
The Detroit Writing Room!

Book talks include use of our speakers, microphones, projector and DWR staff will take care of selling — so all authors have to focus on is signing!

Book your book release party or talk by emailing hello.

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Upcoming Events

We have several workshops, exhibits and events you don’t want to miss!

JANUARY

Creating Mindfulness in the New Year
Jan. 4 from 12:30-2 p.m.Start the year off right by learning mindfulness techniques to keep you stress-free in 2020. In this workshop led by mindfulness meditation instructor Erin Covert, you will learn easy and practical techniques to apply mindfulness to your everyday life. Topics include meditation, journaling, mantras and more. Each student will receive a free journal and workbook. Register here.
New Year, New You Headshot Special
Jan. 8 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.Start the new year off with a new headshot that will empower you to go after your goals and aspirations in 2020! Professional photographer Brett Mountain is offering a $99 headshot special at The Detroit Writing Room. Each 20-minute session includes 1 retouched image. Additional images will be available for purchase. Detroit Blows will also be on-site to offer full face makeup. Register here.
Erin Kirkland Photography Opening Reception
Jan. 9 from 7 – 8:30 p.m.Join us for an opening reception for Detroit Writing Room photography coach Erin Kirkland. Meet Erin and view her beautiful photos while enjoying Champagne. Erin’s work will be showcased and available for purchase at the DWR through March. Cover charge is $10. All proceeds benefit Coaching Detroit Forward’s Photography Camp. Register here.
Yoga for Writers
Jan. 11, Feb. 8 & March 14 from 10 a.m. to noonWe’re offering Yoga for Writers one Saturday a month in January, February and March! Whether you’re brand new to your mat or you’ve been practicing for years, everyone can benefit from this all-levels yoga class taught by Lindsay Madison. Immediately following our yoga session you’ll receive a complimentary notebook to participate in our guided journaling experience. The combination of yoga and journaling is designed to elevate your writing and provide clarity so you can access your authentic voice. Sign up for one or all three classes by Dec. 31, and you’ll get a special discount. Register here.
PowerJournal for Weight Loss
Jan. 13 from 6 – 8 p.m.You want to step into the new decade as a lighter, healthier, happier YOU. And you want to make peace with food and feel your best. But perhaps you’re still carrying the weight, guilt and self-sabotaging behaviors that have held you back from your best health and happiness. Join Elizabeth Ann Watkins for a transformative experience in her PowerJournal for Weight Loss workshop. You will walk away knowing that, yes, you can finally step into the new year and the new decade with the power to break free from unhealthy habits and make the rest of your life, the best of your life. The "PowerJournal 28-Day Challenge for Weight Loss" ($12.99 value) is included in the registration fee. Register here.
Wellness for Writers
Jan. 15 from noon to 1 p.m.Learn how to maximize the power of your mind, body and spirit during a one-hour Wellness for Writers workshop led by Elizabeth Ann Atkins. As the author of 33 books and CEO of Two Sisters Writing & Publishing, this wellness advisor has cracked the code on how to activate the infinite energy and creativity within yourself. She does that with daily meditation, yoga, journaling, green drinks, high-vibe foods, sleep and exercise. She’ll explain how you can craft a customized wellness lifestyle to maximize your success as a writer. Register here.
Coffee Tasting
Jan. 18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.We are brewing with excitement host the first Detroit Writing Room Coffee Tasting! The Coffee Tasting will be open to the public to attend. After sampling coffee, you will vote for their favorite. The winning shop will receive the 2020 Detroit Writing Room Coffee Lover’s Choice Award. Early bird tickets are $10 until Jan. 8. Register here.
See all upcoming events and workshops at detroitwritingroom.com/events.

Writing Coach Spotlight:
Delphia Simmons

Delphia Simmons is a bibliophile and a serial learner. For most of her life she’s lived in Detroit, where she and her spouse are empty nesters with a daughter, two sons and six grandchildren. One of the vacated bedrooms was quickly turned into a home office with built-in floor to ceiling bookshelves. She credits her life-long love of books and reading for her love and deep appreciation of writing and writers. After graduating from Madonna University where she studied business, she proceeded to work in the human services/development sector where she learned to marry the two. She is the founder of Thrive Detroit Street Newspaper, business plan course facilitator and board chair of Build Institute, and the Chief Strategy and Learning Officer at COTS: Creating Opportunities To Succeed.

Delphia is leading a Business Plan Kickstart Workshop on Jan. 29 at 5:30 p.m. Whether you’re just beginning to think about your idea, starting to put it on paper or un-shelving it to start again, the start of a new year is a great time to kickstart your business plan. Early bird tickets are $35 until Jan. 15.

Sign up with Delphia for personal coaching on business plans and business decks here.

See all DWR coaches at detroitwritingroom.com/coaches.

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Sign up for a membership today to get unlimited access to the co-working space, discounts on workshops and coaching, guest passes, coffee, wi-fi and a community you won’t find anywhere else!

"The writer who breeds more words than he needs, is making a chore for the reader who reads.” — Dr. Seuss

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#Motown Word of the Day: Otiose #wotd

WORD OF THE DAY
Otiose
ō-shē-ˌōs
adjective
1

Having no real purpose

2

Useless; pointless

Examples of Otiose in a sentence

“With the invention of the iPod, my CD collection has been rendered otiose.”

“The shed was filled with otiose tools that should have been thrown away long ago.”

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Happy Holidays from The Secret Society Of Twisted Storytellers!

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30 Day/5 Post Tour Package on the Michigan Literary Network on $25 | Make #MotownWriters part of your literary promotions #MichiganAuthors #michlit

 

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We offer advertisement services for writers and authors looking for exposure online in the Michigan Literary Community. We can work with writer and reading groups to help with promotion and gathering authors for your event.

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Visit our website and sign up for our daily news and newsletter to stay up to date with what is going on in Michigan Literary and Metro Detroit Literacy Communities.

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We also offer advertisement services for writers and authors looking for exposure online in the Michigan Literary Community. We can work with writer and reading groups to help with promotion and gathering authors for your event.

Motown Writers Network also collects gently used donated books, videos, and DVDs. Contact us

Thank you in advance for advertising and supporting the literary and literacy community!

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The Detroit Writing Room Newsletter: Chapter 15

Introducing our new nonprofit…

We recently received 501(c)(3) status for our new nonprofit arm!

We are excited to introduce you to Coaching Detroit Forward, a nonprofit that will be coaching Detroit high school students in writing, photography, graphic design and other creative fields. Award-winning local journalists, authors, communications professionals, photographers and designers from The Detroit Writing Room will be teaching students and sharing their expertise through summer camps, workshops and after-school programs.

Our programs will launch this summer with a journalism and photography camp for Detroit high school students from the Communication and Media Arts High School, Detroit Leadership Academy and other Detroit schools.

To ensure the camps are free for students to attend, we are seeking support to cover the cost of:

  • Laptops
  • Cameras
  • Lunch for students
  • Bus transportation
  • Coaches compensation

We’re also seeking companies, foundations or individuals to sponsor students to attend the camps. If you’re interested, you can read more at detroitwritingroom.com/coaching-detroit-forward.

Coaching Detroit Forward is also a registered charity on AmazonSmile, so please consider choosing us as your charity of choice. A portion of your Amazon purchases will help support our summer camps! Sign up here.

Thanks for helping us coach the next generation of journalists, writers, photographers, designers and creatives!

Have questions? Email coachingdetroitforward.

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Creative Holiday Gift Idea

This season, give a unique gift to a budding writer, photographer, designer or podcaster!

We offer Detroit Writing Room coaching gift certificates!

Coaching gift certificates can be redeemed for an hour session with any of our coaches! Our professional coaches can help your loved one or friend with their book, script, speech, website, photography, resume, grant or even podcast.

Order your gift card online, or come pick up a gift certificate in person! Gift certificates are $75 per coaching session.

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Detroit Writing Room Speakers Series

The Detroit Writing Room is launching a Speakers Series in 2020!

We’re excited to bring you a new monthly event! Each month will focus on a theme. There will be a meet-and-greet with the panelists, drinks, a lively discussion and opportunity to ask questions!

Join us for our first Detroit Writing Room Speakers Series featuring top Metro Detroit podcasters on Jan. 16 at 5:30 p.m.!

Podcasters Shannon Cason of Homemade Stories, Robin Kinnie of Motor City Woman Studios, Zak Rosen of Graham Media Group, Joe Saul-Sehy of Stacking Benjamins, Rebecca Scarcello of The D Brief and Jon Gay of JAG in Detroit will share how they built their shows, followings and careers in podcasting.

If you’re an aspiring podcaster or want to grow your own podcast, you don’t want to miss this!

Tickets are $35. Drinks are included.

GET TICKETS

Upcoming Events

We have several workshops, book talks and events you don’t want to miss!

DECEMBER

Write! Camera! Action! A Book Launch Celebration & Networking Experience
Dec. 18 from 6:30-9 p.m.The Detroit Writing Room and Trusum Visions Publishing are excited to present a spectacular night of cocktails, networking and the official release of “All the Reasons I Hate My 28-Year-Old Boss” by Phillip Andrew Barbb. This red carpet night will offer an opportunity to connect with Metro Detroit writers and professionals. There will also be a meet-and-greet and book signing with author Phillip Andrew Barbb, music, open bar as well as a very special guest appearance. It will be a night you will not want to miss as Hollywood meets Motown. General admission is free. Register here.

"Improv in the D" NYE Show

Ring in 2020 with laughs, drinks and more laughs!

Planet Ant Theatre is coming to downtown Detroit to perform a laugh-so-hard-you-start-to-cry improv show on New Year’s Eve at 8 p.m. Enjoy an open bar served by Sumptuous Spirits, sit back and laugh the the rest of 2019 away.

Special offer: Show your ticket to our neighbor Eatori Market and get 15% off your bill on NYE!

GET TICKETS

JANUARY

Creating Mindfulness in the New Year
Jan. 4 from 12:30-2 p.m.Start the year off right by learning mindfulness techniques to keep you stress-free in 2020. In this workshop led by mindfulness meditation instructor Erin Covert, you will learn easy and practical techniques to apply mindfulness to your everyday life. Topics include meditation, journaling, mantras and more. Each student will receive a free journal and workbook. Early bird tickets are $35 until Dec. 23. Register here.
New Year, New You Headshot Special
Jan. 8 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.Start the new year off with a new headshot that will empower you to go after your goals and aspirations in 2020! Professional photographer Brett Mountain is offering a $99 headshot special at The Detroit Writing Room. Each 20-minute session includes 1 retouched image. Additional images will be available for purchase. Detroit Blows will also be on-site to offer full face makeup. Register here.
Yoga for Writers
Jan. 11, Feb. 8 & March 14 from 10 a.m. to noonWe’re offering Yoga for Writers one Saturday a month in January, February and March! Whether you’re brand new to your mat or you’ve been practicing for years, everyone can benefit from this all-levels yoga class taught by Lindsay Madison. Immediately following our yoga session you’ll receive a complimentary notebook to participate in our guided journaling experience. The combination of yoga and journaling is designed to elevate your writing and provide clarity so you can access your authentic voice. Sign up for one or all three classes by Dec. 31, and you’ll get a special discount. Register here.
See all upcoming events and workshops at detroitwritingroom.com/events.

Grant Writing Coach Spotlight:
Melinda Clynes

Melinda Clynes is sparked by learning, compelled by mission-driven work and always has many plates in the air. She has worked as a freelance writer, marketing consultant and project manager in a variety of nonprofit, corporate and media environments in Metro Detroit for more than 25 years. Items in her communications portfolio include web content; development materials, including grants; brochures; bios; annual reports; and direct mail and promotional projects. She also writes features for local and national publications, including Model D, Next City, Crain’s Detroit Business, Rapid Growth and HOUR Detroit. From 2012-2018, she was editor of Michigan Nightlight, an online source of news and innovative solutions for those who care about Michigan kids. When not working, Melinda likes dancing at music festivals, riding her circa-1974 Schwinn Suburban (rescued from her parent’s garage days before it was headed to the curb), sampling heavily hopped beer and hanging upside down from aerial apparatuses.

Sign up with Melinda for grant writing, newsletters, website copy, professional bios and copy editing here.

See all DWR coaches at detroitwritingroom.com/coaches.

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"Let me live, love, and say it well in good sentences." — Sylvia Plath

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#MotownWriters Article: How to Reach Out to Reviewers: a Publicist’s Guide

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Greater Detroit Romance Writers of America 2020 Booksellers’ Best Award Contest DUE 1/6/20

We want our contest to be more representative of all romance writers, so we want as many authors as possible to be aware of and have the opportunity to enter our contest, judged by booksellers and librarians.

 

ENTER CONTEST HEREBBABadge_WEB

2020 Booksellers’ Best Award

A Published Authors’ Contest

Sponsored by GDRWA

Co-Chairs: Celia Mulder & Deby Henneman

ENTER CONTEST HERE

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