What we're about

At Pages Promotions, LLC, our passion is supporting Indie Authors! We are a Michigan-based marketing & public relations agent working with authors to promote and present their books to the public through book festivals, reading & signing events, shop representation, and more.

The The Idea Lab, our MasterMind group, assists authors in networking with other literary industry connections to enhance their writing careers.

The Creative Light Writers Guild supports writers and aspiring authors of every age, stage, and genre with workshops on craft, Indie publishing, marketing, community service projects, and more.

Prose Procrastinators Anonymous is a weekly writer's support group that meets all year long for concentrated writing time and gentle encouragement of our writing dreams and goals.

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Prose Procrastinators Anonymous Writing Group

Panera Bread

This is not a class, workshop or critique group. This is concentrated time to work on your writing project. This is also a chance for people who are chasing the same unconventional hobby to come together and have a little fun. We may not cure the growing epidemic of Prose Procrastinators... but we'll make friends, and we'll no longer be alone in our creative pursuits... and that's just as important! So often, writers live in a self-imposed isolation. For the most part, we lead a solitary life. We write in libraries, usually alone or in small, quiet groups, rarely engaging in eye contact. Or we write in coffee houses with earbuds fending off the possibility of human connection. Or we write in complete solitude in our houses. While that's important and helpful for focusing on the writerly projects we're working on... it doesn't do much to help remind us that we're not odd, different, shallow, or strange. It also doesn't prepare us for the one day when we may have to market our book... talk about our writing... or engage with complete strangers while selling our book at a festival. Introverts don't sell well. To stave off the rejection that could be met when a writing hermit meets the outside world, we have created a social group for writers. Prose Procrastinators Anonymous is the bridge between hermitage writing and marketing your work to the masses. We'll help you get comfortable in a world where human interaction is essential. This is also your chance to validate your procrastination habits with others of your ilk who are procrastinating, too. If you are interested in getting together with other writers to write, brainstorm about your projects, give and gain constructive feedback, and become a cheerleader for those who are embarking on a similar literary journey, this is the place for you!

Prose Procrastinators Anonymous Writing Group

Panera Bread

This is not a class, workshop or critique group. This is concentrated time to work on your writing project. This is also a chance for people who are chasing the same unconventional hobby to come together and have a little fun. We may not cure the growing epidemic of Prose Procrastinators... but we'll make friends, and we'll no longer be alone in our creative pursuits... and that's just as important! So often, writers live in a self-imposed isolation. For the most part, we lead a solitary life. We write in libraries, usually alone or in small, quiet groups, rarely engaging in eye contact. Or we write in coffee houses with earbuds fending off the possibility of human connection. Or we write in complete solitude in our houses. While that's important and helpful for focusing on the writerly projects we're working on... it doesn't do much to help remind us that we're not odd, different, shallow, or strange. It also doesn't prepare us for the one day when we may have to market our book... talk about our writing... or engage with complete strangers while selling our book at a festival. Introverts don't sell well. To stave off the rejection that could be met when a writing hermit meets the outside world, we have created a social group for writers. Prose Procrastinators Anonymous is the bridge between hermitage writing and marketing your work to the masses. We'll help you get comfortable in a world where human interaction is essential. This is also your chance to validate your procrastination habits with others of your ilk who are procrastinating, too. If you are interested in getting together with other writers to write, brainstorm about your projects, give and gain constructive feedback, and become a cheerleader for those who are embarking on a similar literary journey, this is the place for you!

Prose Procrastinators Anonymous Writing Group

Panera Bread

This is not a class, workshop or critique group. This is concentrated time to work on your writing project. This is also a chance for people who are chasing the same unconventional hobby to come together and have a little fun. We may not cure the growing epidemic of Prose Procrastinators... but we'll make friends, and we'll no longer be alone in our creative pursuits... and that's just as important! So often, writers live in a self-imposed isolation. For the most part, we lead a solitary life. We write in libraries, usually alone or in small, quiet groups, rarely engaging in eye contact. Or we write in coffee houses with earbuds fending off the possibility of human connection. Or we write in complete solitude in our houses. While that's important and helpful for focusing on the writerly projects we're working on... it doesn't do much to help remind us that we're not odd, different, shallow, or strange. It also doesn't prepare us for the one day when we may have to market our book... talk about our writing... or engage with complete strangers while selling our book at a festival. Introverts don't sell well. To stave off the rejection that could be met when a writing hermit meets the outside world, we have created a social group for writers. Prose Procrastinators Anonymous is the bridge between hermitage writing and marketing your work to the masses. We'll help you get comfortable in a world where human interaction is essential. This is also your chance to validate your procrastination habits with others of your ilk who are procrastinating, too. If you are interested in getting together with other writers to write, brainstorm about your projects, give and gain constructive feedback, and become a cheerleader for those who are embarking on a similar literary journey, this is the place for you!

Prose Procrastinators Anonymous Writing Group

Panera Bread

This is not a class, workshop or critique group. This is concentrated time to work on your writing project. This is also a chance for people who are chasing the same unconventional hobby to come together and have a little fun. We may not cure the growing epidemic of Prose Procrastinators... but we'll make friends, and we'll no longer be alone in our creative pursuits... and that's just as important! So often, writers live in a self-imposed isolation. For the most part, we lead a solitary life. We write in libraries, usually alone or in small, quiet groups, rarely engaging in eye contact. Or we write in coffee houses with earbuds fending off the possibility of human connection. Or we write in complete solitude in our houses. While that's important and helpful for focusing on the writerly projects we're working on... it doesn't do much to help remind us that we're not odd, different, shallow, or strange. It also doesn't prepare us for the one day when we may have to market our book... talk about our writing... or engage with complete strangers while selling our book at a festival. Introverts don't sell well. To stave off the rejection that could be met when a writing hermit meets the outside world, we have created a social group for writers. Prose Procrastinators Anonymous is the bridge between hermitage writing and marketing your work to the masses. We'll help you get comfortable in a world where human interaction is essential. This is also your chance to validate your procrastination habits with others of your ilk who are procrastinating, too. If you are interested in getting together with other writers to write, brainstorm about your projects, give and gain constructive feedback, and become a cheerleader for those who are embarking on a similar literary journey, this is the place for you!

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