September 8: Writing Improvement Lab
Arianne “Tex” Thompson
Tex Thompson is a home-grown Texas success story. After earning a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s in literature, she channeled her passion for exciting, innovative, and inclusive fiction into the Children of the Drought – an internationally-published epic fantasy Western series from Solaris. Now a professional speaker and creative writing instructor at SMU in Dallas, Tex is blazing a trail through writers conferences, workshops, and fan conventions around the country – as an endlessly energetic, relentlessly enthusiastic one-woman stampede. Find her online at www.TheTexFiles.com!
September 13–29: Business Blogging Mastery Bootcamp
Carol Tice founded the Freelance Writers Den community. A college dropout and former starving songwriter, she beat her own fears to build her award-winning freelance writing career. Freelance clients have included Forbes, Entrepreneur, The Los Angeles Times, Costco, American Express, and many others. She has authored or co-authored two traditional print books and seven self-published e-books.
Carol started the Make a Living Writing blog in late 2008. By 2010, it began to earn for her, and by 2011, it cracked six figures.
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