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If you’re an AUTHOR who has written a new book, are in the process… or a writer with a great book idea, we need you and your story!

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Writers’ Connection is a fast growing community of aspiring and established authors, and the professional publishing support to create new books. We are disrupting traditional publishing by reversing the process – making it easier and faster for authors to be discovered.

It’s simple: Authors commit to a book and get on the radar of publishers, literary agents, and publicists seeking new work, and publishing partners for just about everything in between. All while exploring a healthy library of resources, advice, and support for all authors with intent to turn their unique story into a book.

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Guiding authors through the writing and publishing process step-by-step from manuscript to post publishing advice. Each month we cover a new topic and genre in detail on our blog, in articles, and on social media spaces.

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Join us for events on social media. Like our bi-monthly #NeverWriteAlone chats on Twitter where you can follow the tweet train and learn while you work on your book alongside other authors.

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Writers’ Connection is a community of writers, authors, and publishing professionals created to connect existing, new, and traditionally unpublished authors with the guidance, support, education, and resources required to write, publish, and distribute a book. Learn More >


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Featured Author

Marlis Manley

A former college instructor of all forms of written communication, Marlis Manley Broadhead has award-winning short stories and poems in literary magazines—including Kansas Quarterly, Mikrokosmos, Crosscurrents, and Kansas Women Writers. Her debut novel, TROPHY GIRL, published by Black Rose Writing last year, was awarded the William Faulkner second prize in 2018.

Tell me about your latest book and what inspired you to write/create it?

Trophy Girl, my debut novel, is historical fiction because it takes place in 1957. It’s inspired by my bio- and step-fathers’ car-racing careers. The setting is the Midwest dirt-track circuit the week leading up to the first grand national championship. Fun fact: My step father won that one, plus the one the following year and again in 1958.

I spent years of weekends in grandstands eating a lot of track dust. Sometimes we’d go to three races in three towns in one weekend. When I visited my bio father, I cheered him on in his sporty Deutsche-Bonnet, which he raced with the Sports Car Club of America (far less dust but harder to keep track of the cars). My memories of being a fan and a long shelf of scrapbooks took care of most of the research, but I still relied on subject-matter experts for the mechanical particulars.

Writers Connecting with Readers

Alerting readers about new books to read and review!

Freedom From the Lie: The truth about domestic violence
Joan O’Neill
Breaking the Code
Jessica Terry
Four Threads of Fate
Kaylee Cross


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JEFF RASLEY: Memoir Writing: Turning Journaling into Publishable Articles

JEFF RASLEY: Memoir Writing: Turning Journaling into Publishable Articles

Serious memoir writers find meaning in their own experiences, but the meaning they find goes beyond the immediacy of the moment. Recording the facts of a travel experience is the first step. Exploring and my explaining my reaction to it is the second. But, to turn the journal writing into a worthy article or book there has to be an insight, lesson or wisdom which I could offer to others.

Software and App Tool Reviews for Authors

Software and App Tool Reviews for Authors

There are many tools available for authors to make the journey better and they range from free, to affordable, to pricey and full-featured. In order to bring clarity to the confusion of so many options, we are reviewing and comparing writing software, on program at a time, to bring you the latest information to help you decide if you want to use a tool, try a different one, or ditch the idea completely and stick to your current routine.

How You Can Read More And Become A Better Writer

How You Can Read More And Become A Better Writer

Reading helps you cultivate your voice and equips you with the tools that other writers use. It can also broaden your knowledge pool so that you have more material to work with as you write. If you’re wondering how to read better to become a great writer, here’s what you can do.

CAMILLE JOHNSON: Find Writing Motivation While Working Full-Time

CAMILLE JOHNSON: Find Writing Motivation While Working Full-Time

Finding motivation as a writer can be challenging when you also have a full-time job and household duties to manage. Even when the ideas are coming smoothly, it’s not always easy to sit down and get the words to flow, especially on those days when you have a lot on your mind. There are some things you can do to make writing a little easier…