Category Archives: Writers@Work

Writers@Work: An Interview with Gretchen Carlson

16 June 2015 Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, Thanks so much to all of you who took time to fill out my survey last week. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, here’s the scoop! My goal is to … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: Interview with Author Jessica Hagy by Rochelle Melander

19 May 2015 Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, As summer approaches, I’m planning writing projects and reading lists. To help you write better and read more, I’m welcoming many guest writers to share their best writing tips and favorite summer … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: An Interview with Author Dasha Kelly

12 May 2015 Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, I’m celebrating my birthday this week! In honor of it, I’m offering a special discounted price for my Jumpstart Your Writing coaching package. This package has helped clients start books, finish books, … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: How Independent Publishing Landed Me An Agent & Healed My Heart by Bridget Birdsall

24 February 2015 Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, It’s been a crazy February. I took on a freelance project that required me to spend about 20 hours each week in the company’s office. Of course, I still put in about … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: From Blog to Book by Barbara Mahany

27 January 2015 Note From Rochelle Dear Writers, What obstacles will you have to overcome this year to finish writing and revising your book? I’m looking for your toughest blocks—so I can address how to overcome them in a very … Continue reading

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Writers@Work Interview with June Melby by Rochelle Melander

Around my birthday, I wandered into my favorite Indie bookstore, Boswell Book Company (just blocks from my house!) and looked for a signed copy of The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry by Gabrielle Zevin. I’d been eying it for weeks, waiting … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: The Book Trailer by Marjorie Treu

Hey writers, I’m delighted to welcome my friend and colleague Marjorie Treu to the blog to share her experiences with creating and sharing her book trailers. Her experience has a lot to teach all of us! Happy writing! Rochelle, the … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: 7 Ways to Build a Business Around Your Book by Nina Amir

Dear Writers, I’m delighted to welcome my colleague Nina Amir to the blog to talk about how you can make money by creating a business around your book! Enjoy, Rochelle, the Write Now! Coach   7 Ways to Build a … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: How to Break Into Travel Writing by Kristine Hansen

Hello writers, I’m delighted to welcome colleague and fellow writing teacher Kristine Hansen to the blog to talk about breaking into travel writing. If you like what she has to say, check out her bio—she’s offering a travel writing class … Continue reading

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Writers@Work: What Journalism School Taught Me About Writing by Kevin Gannon

Welcome, writers. Today’s post comes from a recent journalism school grad. In it he offers his top five—what he learned about writing from school! Chime in with your top learnings! —Rochelle, the Write Now! Coach   Writers@Work: What Journalism School … Continue reading

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