Indie Epublished Authors: Coming Soon to The WG2E…Our WG2E Write Well Series!

Happy Monday, WG2E-Land!

First, a HUGE thank you to all of you superfab WG2E Peeps who volunteered to be WG2E Guest Bloggers!!!

If I counted right, y’all are giving us around 100 new posts on a variety of wonderful topics!!!

Note: Be watching your emails this week as I contact you to schedule your Guest Blog dates.

As I perused your ideas, one area kept on comin’ up and that was your desire for more posts on Writing Craft.

When The WG2E began, two years ago this December, it was to be a destination site for all-things Epublishing. And wow has it turned into a vibrant community of superfab peeps sharing all of their Indie Epublishing/Epublishing Scoop! :-)

We’ve made it our mission to be your destination site for the business and real numbers sides of your Indie Epublishing Journeys along with a great spot to discover new ways to reach readers. On occasion, our WG2E Team Members have given you inside peeks into their writing worlds and what it takes to run an Indie Epublishing Empire.


You’ve all made it clear that you’d also like The WG2E to be your destination site for the Writing Itself…in other words, you’d luv to see more posts on Writing Craft and Writing Life Issues (everything from writing alpha males to finding time to write with kids who need you too).

So, as we gear up for the 2012 Holiday Season and a Brand New Year too, I’m thrilled to announce our new series:

The WG2E Write Well Series

We’ll shoot for a post once per week on Writing Well and the Writing Craft part of Building Your Indie Epublishing Empires.

That said, review all of the fabulous post ideas your fellow WG2E-Land Peeps gave you over the weekend…

Then, let us know below what other Write Well Topics you need help with! And, if you can write a post along these lines, for sure let us know that too!

The Best of The WG2E Write Well Wishes — D. D. Scott

D. D. Scott is an Amazon and Barnes and Noble Top 100 Bestselling Romantic Comedy and Humorous Mystery Author. She’s also a Writer’s Go-To-Gal for Muse Therapy and Indie Epublishing, the Co-Founder of The WG2E- The Writer’s Guide to E-Publishing, and the Founder of The RG2E – The Reader’s Guide to E-publishing.  You can get all the scoop on her, her books, her Online Classes and Live Workshops, plus juicy tidbits too from her new cyber home…D. D. Scott-ville.

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  1. Jeanne says:

    Sounds as though you will have lots of helpful ideas coming soon D.D.!

  2. Angela Brown says:

    So many wonderful topics offered up. This is really great :-)

  3. PJ Sharon says:

    Great programming, D.D. When I first saw the topic, I thought maybe you were planning a series of “healthy writer” related posts, LOL…which I could definitely contribute to. The Writing well…hmmm. I think I’ll be a reader for those. Thanks for thinking of us!

    • D.D. Scott says:

      Feel free to do Healthy Writer posts for us, PJ! That would be terrific!!! I’ve mentioned in a couple of my posts that I eat organic and am close to being totally vegan…and how much that boosts my energy. If you’d like to do a Healthy Writer Series for us…have at it!!! Let me know, and I’ll get you on our calendar!!!

  4. All of it sounds good to me! I would enjoy submitting a blog on Character Writing and Organizing Your Writing Time.
    Keep up the good work!!

  5. Sounds wonderful, D.D.! I always enjoy reading your excellent tips on how to navigate the indie publishing world and succeed. A series on writing info will be wonderful, too, but please keep the empire-building info coming! That’s my favorite part of this website. Of course, everything you do is superfab (to use your term), so I have no doubt that this writing series will be amazing and wonderful and helpful, just like everything else on your blog!
    :) :)

    • D.D. Scott says:

      No worries, Riley, we’ll still have tons more Indie Epublishing Empire-Building posts too!

      I’m also taking us in new directions to expand our reach and resources to include Writing Craft and Healthy Writer tips too!

      Thanks sooo much for the sweet shout-out! :-)

  6. JamieSalisbury (@JamieRSalisbury) says:

    This will be a wonderful well of topics!! In fact I just had an article published about Point Plots this month, and have found it has been very well received!
    Can’t wait to see what everyone comes up with.
    Good job DD and all!

  7. Hi D.D.!

    I’d also love to do a post on “Minimizing the Distance Between Your Readers and Your Characters and Story, a.k.a. Psychic Distance” (a term coined by John Gardner).

    In addition, I’ve taught sessions on Imagery as well as “Dialogue Tags and Dialogue-Tagging Action; What They Are and When to Use Them”. Being a novel-writing instructor for over fifteen years, I’d love to help with these or other topics concerning fiction-writing conventions.

  8. Luv this idea, D.D.! On my regular monthly posts for WG2E I try to balance out the ratio that address publishing and writing craft as well as the writer’s life. All three are so important to who we are as authors. And as usual, you are right there ready to explore every nook and cranny to keep us all up to speed!

    • D.D. Scott says:

      Thanks sooo much, Alicia!

      I want to round us out a bit and keep us in-the-know and keep us happy & healthy writers in general from all angles, whether that’s the business part of our journeys, the writing craft, the writing life, the marketing and so on. You’re right…it takes all of these in a healthy, sustainable amount to continue on a successful Indie Epublishing Journey.

  9. D.D. I’ve written a blog post about writing alpha males “He’s an Alpha, Not an Ass.” If you ever want to use it in your Write Well series, let me know :)

  10. I’ve been out of commission due to “Sandy” but this post interested me because I’d like to do a blog on writing historical fiction. My best selling title is Daughters, a historical family saga set in Jerusalem of the 1880′s through mid 1900′s. I learned a lot about weaving history with plot without the seams showing.

    Wouldn’t mind sharing if there is a call for this.

  11. Claire Matthews says:

    Hi D.D.

    Sorry for my late reply–

    If there’s any interest, I could do post on writing in first person present. I’ve written about half of my books this way, and although it’s difficult to do, I think in some instances it can be quite effective.