Free Money for Writers

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Clickbait much? Here at Brevity, our Shameless Self-Promotion Department loves this terrific talk on applying for grants, cultivating patrons, and other sources of funding for your projects and your writing life.

Getting financial support isn’t exactly no-cost—grant applications are time-consuming and crowdfunding takes real planning and dedication. But with an understanding of the process and what appeals to public, private and organizational funders, chances are you’re going to be able to drum up some cash for a project that needs more support than you can give it alone.

Jane Friedman, author of The Business of Being a Writer, gives this great (free!) webinar for the Alliance of Independent Authors, about the nitty-gritty of writing grant applications, key steps in setting up crowdfunding campaigns, and other sources for financial support. At 33 minutes, it’s a great listen while you’re getting ready for the day or commuting this morning. If…

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Book review of Unlocked by Karen Kingsbury

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Author Interview: Ann Harrison-Barnes

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my profilePrakaash Vir Sharma: Welcome Ann! Would you please tell us a little bit about yourself?

Ann Harrison-Barnes: Sure thing! My name is Ann Harrison-Barnes, and I am an author and a freelance writer who is totally blind. I have written a variety of blog posts, articles, eBooks and landing pages for a number of clients from around the world. I have three books published, which I will describe in greater detail later on. I also love to read, listen to podcasts and crochet bookmarks and Bible covers to help promote my books.

Prakaash: When did you decide to become a writer, and what was your source of inspiration?

Ann: Well, let me start by saying that I dabbled in writing a bit when I was in high school. I attempted to write a couple of novels, though they never got published. However, I had the desire to write in the early…

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An Early Thank You and Asking for Your Help

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Saturday Special

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Saturday is for Sharing – Meet Ann Harrison Barnes

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Please help me make my first book signing a great success, and don’t forget to share.

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Promote Your Writing!

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Please keep this promotion going. Comment click the link and follow the instructions. This is a good way to get publicity about our books.

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