Are your onboarding emails bringing in new customers? Or do they seem to disappear into the ether and fail to yield any tangible results? Use these seven tips to engage readers and turn them into devoted customers.
21 time New York Times bestselling author Jerry Jenkins joined us for a live webinar where he answered writers questions about his process, how to get started when you’re stuck, and how to make your readers really care about your characters. Watch the replay now.
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Loglines are an essential tool for pitching to agents, editors, or film producers. But what is a logline? Why do you need one? And where does it fit in the normal flow of overall story development? Find out in our FREE training with Story Development expert, Jeff Lyons.
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