These are Some of the Seminar Topics:
- Explore new publishing possibilities; don’t limit yourself to books only
- Learn how to make more money with your writing, your manuscript’s content
- Become a brand and leverage the content of your book into other markets
- Market and publicize your book successfully on a budget
- Find out about Government grants and funding possibilities
What You Will Get Out of this Seminar
Receive lots of useful information for your future literary career in this workshop. Find out how to navigate the modern publishing world while in the relaxed atmosphere of a group of writers. Get hundreds of valuable practical hands-on tips how to promote your book without even spending money for it – through your writing and earn more money, while leveraging your manuscript and the research you have done for your book.
Should you not be able to attend on April 12: we offer the same seminar on April 26 too!
About the Fascilitator Doris Heilmann
Doris studied Business, Marketing and e-Publishing and authored books and magazine articles for several aviation publications in Europe, before she founded her own magazine “USA by Air” in the early 90’s and successfully ran it for more than ten years. Now, she writes non-fiction books, several blogs and facilitates seminars for writers – all dedicated to help authors establishing their successful writing careers. After all, Doris knows the publishing business and marketing inside out and has been in the field for more than 30 years.
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30 Books by Bestseller Author Rayne Hall
… and what you can learn from her.
Rayne Hall is the author of thirty books in different genres (mostly horror, fantasy and non-fiction) and under different pen names, published by twelve publishers in several countries and languages (mostly English, German, Polish and Chinese). Her short stories have been published in many magazines, e-zines and anthologies.
Rayne holds a college degree in publishing management as well as a Masters degree in creative writing. Over three decades, she has worked in the publishing industry as a trainee, investigative journalist, feature writer, magazine editor, production editor, page designer, concept editor for non-fiction book series, anthology editor, editorial consultant and more.
Currently, she tries to regain the rights to her out-of-print books so she can update them and publish them as e-books. After living in Germany, China, Mongolia and Nepal, she has settled in south east England where she lives in a dilapidated seaside town of former Regency and Victorian grandeur.
Outside publishing, she has worked as a museum guide, apple picker, tarot reader, adult education teacher, trade fair hostess, translator and bellydancer. Many of these experiences have provided fodder for fiction: several of Rayne’s stories feature bellydancers. Many of Rayne Hall’s stories explore the individuals’ responsibility for their choices, and the dark side of the human psyche. Her horror tales are psychological, creepy and suspenseful rather than gory.
She edits a series of themed multi-author short story anthologies (Haunted: Ten Tales of Ghosts, Bites: Ten Tales of Vampires, Cutlass: Ten Tales of Pirates, Scared: Ten Tales of Horror etc). For a list of books currently published under the Rayne Hall pen name, go to Amazon:
She judges writing contests (mostly for short stories, horror or fantasy fiction), coaches authors and teaches online classes for writers among others:
These classes are for intermediate to advanced-level writers and professional authors – definitely not for beginners or the faint-of heart. Get an up-to-date list of scheduled classes.
WRITING FIGHT SCENES – the e-Book.
Learn step-by-step how to create fictional fights which leave the reader breathless with excitement.
The book gives you a six-part structure to use as blueprint for your scene. It reveals tricks how to combine fighting with dialogue, which senses to use when and how, how to create a sense of realism, and how to stir the reader’s emotions. You’ll decide how much violence your scene needs, what’s the best location, how your heroine can get out of trouble with self-defence and how to adapt your writing style to the fast pace of the action.
There are sections on female fighters, male fighters, animals and weres, psychological obstacles, battles, duels, brawls, riots and final showdowns. For the requirements of your genre, there is even advice on how to build erotic tension in a fight scene, how magicians fight, how pirates capture ships and much more. You will learn about different types of weapons, how to use them in fiction, and how to avoid embarrassing blunders. Note: The book uses British spellings.
Writing Fight Scenes is vailable from Amazon (US site), Amazon (UK site), Barnes&Noble, Smashwords, iTunes, Kobo and other online booksellers.
Rayne is active on Twitter where she posts #writetip tweets. If your profile says that you read or write, she will follow you back.
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Posted by ebooksinternational on July 30, 2012 in Bestsellers, comment on posts, Cover & Book Design, e-Books, join the conversation, post to public, posting, Seminars, Social Networks, Workshops, Writing
Tags: Bites: Ten Tales of Vampires, Cutlass: Ten Tales of Pirates, Edit your Writing, Rayne Hall, Scared: Ten Tales of Horror, Ten Tales of Ghosts, Writing about Magic, Writing Fight Scenes, Writing Scary Scenes