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The Writer's Architect

From: Solomon
Sent on: Wednesday, January 18, 2012 9:54 AM

Hi folks,

A friend of mine works with writers to help them get published. She also runs a weekend intensive workshop that facilitates writers with getting their book out the door as well.

Here is the blurb from the website:

"The Writer’s Architect, Jeannie Ballew, works closely with you to produce a fully developed blueprint of your nonfiction manuscript.  This process helps map the way to completion and ensures that your book will attract both agents and readers.

Together you will plan and structure your message as well as develop features that appeal to your readership.  You will also refine a writing style that captures your passion and effectively targets the market for your book.

Since it is a challenge to get organized and stay focused on such a large project when you are writing at home, Jeannie offers a special segment on how to manage time and maintain motivation to complete your manuscript.

Bottom Line: Jeannie helps get your book out of your head and into the world — where it belongs."

Here is the website: 

If you are interested check the different sessions available and their associated deadlines (next deadline is Jan 19 for the early Feb sessions). Note these are not free but some folks may be looking for this type of help.


P.S. Please note that this is not an endorsement of the services but merely useful information being passed on.

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