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  • 6 Things Conscious Writers Need to Know About Memoir Writing

    6 Things Conscious Writers Need to Know About Memoir Writing

    Guest Linda Joy Myers
    Date Thursday 7th June

    Are you writing a memoir? Prepare for an amazing and inspiring journey into your legacies and soul journey.                         

    Memoir writing draws on all aspects of who we are— body, mind and soul. We are challenged to dig deep, to remember, and once again inhabit the skin of who we were and what we have learned. Writing a memoir is an act of testimony, witnessing, healing. When you write a memoir, you draw upon layers of your consciousness and discover your true nature, your essential self, and are transformed by the process.

    For every journey into the unknown you need guides and skills—and a little magic—to make the discoveries that will enhance your life. In memoir writing these skills are guiding principles that help you create a great story.

    In this interview you will learn:

    • How to find the turning points that illuminate the themes of your memoir.
    • How to create scenes that bring your story alive—and why you need scenes.
    • What the various narrators do in your story to manage time and guide the reader.
    • Find the themes that will hook your reader into turning the pages.
    • How writing your authentic truths will free you from the past.
    • That memoir is a path of transformation and healing—for you and your readers.

    Linda Joy Myers is president and founder of the National Association of Memoir Writers, and has been a therapist for 33 years in Berkeley, CA. She's the author of Gold Medal prize winning Don't Call Me Mother—A Daughter's Journey from Abandonment to Forgiveness, The Power of Memoir—How to Write Your Healing Story, and Journey of Memoir. Linda co-edited the anthology The Times They Were A'Changing—Women Remember the 60s & 70s. Three of her books, including her first book Becoming Whole—Writing Your Healing Story have been finalists in the ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Award. Her fiction, non-fiction, and memoir pieces have been published in literary journals and online. She writes for the Huffington Post, and co-teaches the program Write Your Memoir in Six Months. Linda is a speaker about memoir, healing, and the power of writing the truth, and offers editing, coaching, and manuscript evaluation for memoir, nonfiction, and fiction writers. See

  • How to Write a Highly Successful Book Proposal

    How to Write a Highly Successful Book Proposal

    Guest Lisa Tener
    Date Thursday 5th July

    People often ask whether it's still possible for a first time author to get a book deal with a major publisher. The answer is a resounding YES!

    Many first time authors sign 5- and 6-figure book deals with HarperCollins, Random House, Simon and Schuster, Hay House, Beyond Words and many more top publishers. One of the secrets to their success is writing a truly compelling book proposal.

    If you've read the books about book proposals but aren't sure how to apply the specifics to your book, or if you wonder what's going through an agent's or publisher's mind as they read each section of the proposal, look no further.

    By the end of this interview you will understand:

    • 5 secrets for 6-figure book deals
    • What agents and publishers really want to know
    • Everything you need to write a highly successful book proposal
    • How to think like an agent or publisher
    • The 3 biggest mistakes to avoid
    • The easiest, most effective and quickest ways to build your author platform

     Author Expert and Award Winning Book Proposal Coach Lisa Tener specializes in helping experts, enlightened entrepreneurs and others write and publish a compelling how-to book, self-help book or memoir—taking them step-by-step through her unique process. She teaches on the faculty of Harvard Medical School’s CME publishing course, at national writing conferences, and in her own private book writing courses.  Lisa’s clients have signed 5- and 6-figure publishing deals with major publishers and appeared on the Today Show, Oprah, Good Morning America, CNN and in national publications. Lisa has been on ABC World News, PBS TV and been quoted in Glamour, USA Weekend, The Boston Globe, and Providence Journal. She is a published author and creator of the Stevie Award winning Bring Your Book to Life Program. She blogs on writing and publishing on the Huffington Post. See

  • How To Make Every Day a Writing Day

    How To Make Every Day a Writing Day

    Guest Judy Reeves
    Date Thursday 9th August

    Every writer dreams of “getting away”, of finding a time and place where she can really focus on her writing. A mountain cabin; a cottage by the sea; a secret, hidden retreat where there are no “musts” or “have tos” or “shoulds.” If we could just get away, we think, we could get that novel written, get a serious start on our memoir, finish that short story,  screenplay or book we started months ago. “Away” is where we long to be as we arm-wrestle the elements of our daily lives to make time for our writing.  

    But what if “away” is a state of mind and that secret, hidden retreat is as near as your sofa or kitchen table or the café around the corner? It’s called writing practice and it’s in creating such a practice that the novel or memoir or story will actually get written. Through writing practice, every day becomes a writing day.  

    Writing practice is setting aside a time every day (half an hour, an hour, even 15 minutes), when you put pen to page or fingers to keyboard and write. By taking the time for writing practice, you honor yourself as writer. When you write on a daily basis your self-confidence increases. You explore what interests you; you’re free to make mistakes, to roam the far edges of your imagination, and in the practice, you become a better writer. You become a writer who writes.

    In this interview, you’ll learn:

    • How to create a daily writing practice
    • Tips and techniques for finding time and creating space
    • How to get started (and how to keep going)
    • Why and how to use writing prompts
    • What stuck looks like and how to get unstuck
    • How to avoid the critic, the editor and the censor
    • What the 12 essential guidelines for writers are

    Judy Reeves is a writer, teacher, and writing practice provocateur who has written four books on writing including A Writer's Book of Days and Writing Alone, Writing Together. Her work has appeared in magazines, journals, anthologies and in the spoken word compilation First Friday: Year 3. She's also the editor of the Brown Bag Anthology, and a cofounder of the Writing Center, a nonprofit literary arts organization. In addition to leading writing practice groups, Judy holds private workshops, teaches at University of California San Diego Extension; San Diego Writers, Ink; and writing conferences internationally. She lives in San Diego, CA. Visit her online at

  • Content Marketing for Conscious Writers

    Content Marketing for Conscious Writers

    Guest Michelle Carvill
    Date Thursday 6th September

    Once upon a time the publishing of content for a wide audience was in the domain of a few publishing houses, broadcasters and media moguls. Today, anyone can publish written, audio or video material, and share it with the world simply via their mobile phones.

    This freedom to publish means there is content overload. So, how do you cut through the noise and ensure that your content is compelling, useful, and encourages people to do what you want with it?

    Whether your objective is to get someone to read your book, subscribe to your blog, share your content with others or purchase something, you need to begin by asking and answering a few questions:  what’s your objective, who are your audience, where are they, and how can you engage with them?

    By the end of this talk you will understand:

    • How to make the most of the content you create and share on social media channels.
    • Why the concept of ‘You are what you share’ – is an important one.
    • How to think objectively about your goals and social media activity, and answer one key question before you begin.
    • The best way to put a strategy in place for creating fresh and purposeful content regularly.
    • The simple and effective model of Plan, Listen, Analyse to help you deliver on your specific objectives.
    • How blogging is a central and flexible vehicle to share your content and strengthen your visibility online.

    Michelle Carvill is Founder of Carvill Creative – a marketing, social media and web agency founded in 2002 – and is co-author of The Business of Being Social – A Practical Guide to Harnessing, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube for Business . Michelle provides strategic marketing advice to clients covering both traditional and online marketing. Passionate about 'the digital future' – she advises clients on creative Online Marketing Communication Strategies, Social Media Strategies and Website Effectiveness Planning. Whilst experience counts for much of her knowledge, Michelle is a fully ‘qualified’ marketer with a Masters in Business & Marketing. She is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and a fully qualified Chartered Marketer. For more information see

  • Do You Need a Literary Agent?

    Do You Need a Literary Agent?

    Guest Susan Mears
    Date Thursday 11th October

    Over the last few years, the world of publishing has changed dramatically. A whole range of publishing solutions are now available for writers who feel inspired to share their ideas, insights and stories with the world at large.

    Empowering though this may be for aspiring authors and those who are already working on their second or third books; it’s also a double-edge sword as it raises important questions about what the best route to market actually is. It also requires informed decisions to be made about which professionals to work with.

    In this interview, experienced literary agent Susan Mears will bring you up-to-date with the latest developments in publishing and explain:

    • How to decide on self-publishing or traditional publishing for your book(s)
    • What level of marketing is right for you whichever publishing option you choose
    • If you need a literary agent and what the benefits are from working with one
    • How to find and approach an agent professionally and with confidence
    • How the market is evolving and what to focus on to succeed as an author today

    Susan Mears trained in publishing at Random House and worked as a Senior Editor in three other publishers before founding the Susan Mears Literary Agency in 1993. Since then she has worked internationally representing her authors to the major publishing houses and also to her extensive contacts in the fields of film and television. Her main base is in London but she also maintains a presence in Dubai and New York. Her agency has a tremendous reputation for discovering new talent and has taken a number of authors from start up author to international bestseller status. For more information visit

  • Transform Your Beliefs as a Conscious Writer using Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)

    Transform Your Beliefs as a Conscious Writer using Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)

    Guest Kate Marillat
    Date Thursday 8th November

    New Science is proving that it is our core beliefs that control our thought patterns, provide fuel for our emotions, drive the chemical changes in our body and essentially produce our reactions and attractions to the external world.

    Are your beliefs about success, failure or exposure keeping you from the page? Do you believe your work is ‘good enough?’ Is writing ‘hard’ work or do you believe it can be easy?

    Using the widely accepted and scientifically proven energy psychology modality, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT/Tapping) it is possible to dissolve any negative emotions and trace them back to when this reaction and belief was first imprinted.

    In this interview, Kate Marillat will take you on an interactive journey to discover how your beliefs are shaping your relationship with writing, and more importantly, discover how you can transform them using EFT.

    You will learn:

    • Why your beliefs are so important & how you formed them from past experiences
    • How the emotional impact of your beliefs could be hindering your writing success
    • Your emotional reaction to your writing identity
    • How EFT can help you regain control of your emotional reactions and be as creativity productive as possible.
    • How to use basic EFT; Kate will guide you through an interactive EFT sequence so you can experience this life-changing technique first hand and use it for times of creative overwhelm, writer’s block and even manifesting literary success.

    Kate Marillat is an author, coach, EFT trainer, and all round motivator. Her first non-fiction book Transform Your Beliefs, Transform Your Life EFT Tapping using Matrix Reimprinting was published by Hay House and received accolades from Robert Holden, Sonia Choquette and Dr.Bruce Lipton.

    Kate Marillat combines her expert knowledge of EFT and creativity to ease people into a state of flow and attract the success they deserve. Through personal sessions, webinars and workshops, she empowers writers to transform their beliefs about living a creative life, eliminate procrastination and develop a deep respect for their imaginative work and emotional wellbeing. Read more at

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