Fall in Love with Writing Your Novel (Again)

Are you in love with writing your novel?

Do you love your writing?

Really love writing?

The whole process, from inspiration to writer’s block to editing?

Would you like to learn how to love it?

Then, join us for a fun Facebook webinar tomorrow!


On Thursday, 02/13/2014 at 4pm PST, watch Bestseller in a Weekend Presents How to Fall in Love with Writing Your Novel with Beth Barany and Bret Gregory.


Bestseller in a weekend for fiction writers -- free webinar 2/13/2014 4pm PST
During this 30-minute Hangout, I will teach you how to fall in love with your book and find the encouragement to keep on writing.

Listen in, as Bret Gregory asks me:

  • How do you fall in love with writing your novel?
  • What are some of the reasons why writers would have fallen out of love with their novel?
  • How do you help people fall in love with writing their novels?
  • What are some tips writers can use right now?
  • Why does the world need more novels?

Give yourself a Valentine and register for this hangout today.


There will be a replay on YouTube. Be sure to sign up to get all the details.

This webinar is a sneak peek into the last 3-day online intensive I’ll be teaching live for Bestseller in a Weekend for Fiction Writers. If you’re ready to sign up for it because you’ve heard me share about it before, you can sign up here.

If you want to learn more you can watch an evergreen webinar we did in October of last year. In that free 6o-minute webinar, I do refer to the next live intensive, which was October 2013. Ignore that! The next live event –and the last one! — will be next week, Friday, Feb. 21 through Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014. Block off your calendar if you’re joining us!

For those of you looking for longer term support, check out my upcoming Author Group Coaching program starting soon.

Beth-BaranyBeth Barany is an author’s coach and an award-winning novelist dedicated to helping authors create successful careers. She has written and published 2 young adult fantasy novels and 2 romance novellas (short novellas.) She is also the author of 3 nonfiction books for writers, 2 learning products, and offers several coaching programs. More about Beth Barany and how she helps novelists at her site: www.bethbarany.com.

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