Have an idea for a book, but don’t know how to get started? Learn how to outline your material, define the research, put the project in action, and break the manuscript down into manageable pieces and sections for paragraph and chapter development. Whether your book will be fiction or non-fiction, developing your manuscript will seem less onerous as you start to tie the pieces together.

Some of the points that will be covered are:

  • Developing the story
  • Writers’ block
  • Plagiarism, permissions
  • Learning to organize
  • Tools for crafting
  • Easy editing tips to improve your literacy skills by 25 percent

If the thought of writing makes you nervous, that you don’t think you have anything to write about, then I will help you find your confidence by guiding you to conquer that fear. 

When and where:

May 10, 2022
1:00 to 2:30 pm EST

Book Publishing 101 e-book
Other course materials


How to sign up:

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Presenter Debbie Elicksen has helped guide authors and publishers through hands-on involvement, consulting, speaking and training, and step-by-step guides. She has edited, ghosted, and project managed over 150 books, plus 17 of her own. Her bestselling Self-Publishing 101 (Self-Counsel Press) has helped make several books come true. Elicksen was a sportswriter covering the National Hockey League for over 20 years and is currently a freelance publicist.