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Dear Writers,

I just submitted my application to become a contributing writer from Examiner.com (thank you, Yolande Barial, for the referral!  Read Yolande’s blog and article on Examiner.com).

Please use my blog to promote yourselves because Writing Career Coach Teresa’s Blog is getting over 17,000 viewers.  Tell my fans about your writing projects — by submitting a comment to this post. To do that, click on the blue title bar of this post, fill in the boxes, then press the [ submit comment ] button.  Need advice on writing and publishing?  Ask me–Coach Teresa.  Keep your questions short and sweet please.

•        Whether you want to be your own publisher or sell rights to another publisher, attract readers/fans now!

•        Whether you write fiction, narrative non-fiction or prescriptive non-fiction, you are THE expert of your experiences and an authority in your field.   Make your name synonymous with the themes/issues/subject matters in your book.

•        When you stick to a program, you develop new habits.  Let Coach Teresa show you how to gain a competitive edge.

•        “A platform is not what I stand on, but what I stand for.”

•        “Build your platform–22 minutes for 22 days.  Your writing career is worth the time.”

•        “Reach out, not stress out.  Help your fans find you!”

Sincerely,

Writing Career Coach Teresa LeYung-Ryan

http://writingcoachteresa.com

Build Your Writer’s Platform & Fanbase In 22 Days: Attract Agents, Editors, Publishers, Readers, and Media Attention NOW (the fun workbook that helps fiction and nonfiction authors gain a competitive edge before and after publication). See reviews on Amazon.

Build Your Writer's Platform & Fanbase In 22 Days bookcover

My motto:

“When you make your name synonymous with the themes/subject matters/issues in your writing, you are building your name/career/platform. You too can be happily published.”

Below is the list of “special dates” in June (from the Chase Calendar of Events) to help you, the writer, find recognized dates linked to what you write about. Of course, Father’s Day is in June too.

Sincerely,
Writing Career Coach Teresa LeYung Ryan
Build Your Name, Beat the Game: Be Happily Published is the 22 minutes for 22 days workbook. http://WritingCoachTeresa.com

June

  • Accordion Awareness Month, Natl
  • Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month
  • Aphasia Awareness Month, Natl
  • Bathroom Reading Month, Natl
  • Cancer from the Sun Month
  • Candy Month, Natl
  • Child Vision Awareness Month
  • Childhood Cancer Campaign Month, Intl
  • Children’s Awareness Month
  • Dairy Alternatives Month
  • Effective Communications Month
  • Entrepreneurs “Do It Yourself” Marketing Month
  • Fireworks Safety Months
  • Gay and Lesbian Pride Month
  • GLBT Book Month, Natl
  • Great Outdoors Month
  • June Dairy Month
  • June Is Perennial Gardening Month
  • Men’s Month, Intl
  • Pharmacists Declare War on Alcoholism
  • Potty Training Awareness Month
  • Professional Wellness Month
  • Rebuild Your Life Month
  • Rivers Month, Natl
  • Rose Month, Natl
  • Safety Month, Natl
  • Skyscraper Month
  • Soul Food Month, Natl
  • Sports America Kids Month
  • Steakhouse Month, Natl
  • Student Safety Month
  • Surf Music Month, Intl
  • Vision Research Month

This post is dedicated to the writers who have completed the work in the guide Build Your Name, Beat the Game: Be Happily Published.  My heart feels light and joy for you. I celebrate you.  I invite you to sign in the “Build Your Name Hall of Fame” with your acceptance speech [ click on the title of this post and scroll down to get the comment boxes ] by:

  1. Introducing yourself with your new mission statement.
  2. Telling us the top 3 exercises from the guide that were most useful to you.
  3. Giving us a glimpse into your hopes and dreams for your illustrious writing career.

After you sign in the Hall of Fame, do your writer-friends a favor; tell them about the guide and how they can build their names too.  You’re on your way to other endeavors, and, because you’ve developed a new wonderful habit, every project you touch will benefit from your new energy.

I am available for individual coaching and group coaching. To E-mail me, key in WritingcoachTeresa then @, then Gmail.com In the subject line–show your full name and purpose of your e-mail.

May your work be read by many and preserved in libraries!

May your work be read by many and preserved in libraries!

Sincerely,

Teresa LeYung Ryan

“Make your name synonymous with the themes/subject matters/issues you write about.”

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