Getting published and building your profile as a writer
Once upon a time, if you wanted to become a published author, then someone else (a publisher) decided your fate. These days, there are a gazillion more options available to aspiring writers, but navigating those choices can be overwhelming.
From the traditional avenue of publishing houses and book deals to the fast growing self-publishing industry and e-book phenomenon, our courses have been designed to help you get your name in print (or screen) faster!
Browse our course selection below.
Building your profile as a writer
There are two sides to every story. And to give YOUR story the best shot, these days it’s all about getting noticed – building your profile and standing out from the crowd.
With our profile-building seminars, we’ll show you how to get your name out there. Because when everything else is equal, you’re more likely to go with a brand you’ve heard of. By promoting your own personal ‘brand’, you’re showing publishers that you’re not only a marketable commodity, but someone who already has their own audience. It’s vital to show that you want to connect with your readers.
"Every [writer] should have some sort of Googlable web presence so that when someone sees your work or hears about you they have a way to contact you."
- Nathan Bransford, Literary Agent
"Writers who don't wish to connect with their
readers will, in time, find that they're not being
published as often as the ones who do."
- Sophie Hamley, Literary Agent,