IWSG October: Working Writers

IWSG October: Working Writers

The IWSG Purpose: To share and encourage. Writers can express doubts and concerns without fear of appearing foolish or weak. Those who have been through the fire can help and guidance. It’s a safe haven for insecure writers of all kinds! SIGN UP AND JOIN & FIND OUT MORE HERE!

Let’s rock the neurotic writing world!
Our Twitter is @TheIWSG and hashtag #IWSG.

Every month, we announce a question that members can answer in their IWSG Day post. These questions may prompt you to share advice, insight, a personal experience or story. Include your answer to the question in your IWSG post or let it inspire your post if you are struggling with something to say. 

Remember, the question is optional!!!

October 7th Co-hosts
 Jemima Pett, Beth Camp, Beverly Stowe McClure, and Gwen Gardner!

IWSG October 7th Question:

When you think of the term working writer, what does that look like to you? What do you think it is supposed to look like? Do you see yourself as a working writer or aspiring or hobbyist, and if latter two, what does that look like?

To me a working writer is writer with several income streams, books, short stories, coaching and/or courses, blogging, working for or with other writers, anything that earns an income for them in the writing and publishing industry. The more income streams the better. It is kind of like not putting all your eggs in one basket.

Actually, a working writing does not always necessarily earn an income, sometimes the payoff is networking, contacts, and helping others succeed.

I am working on my novel, series projects, and short stories. I am learning all I can about marketing, launching, and promoting books. I love writing craft books, so always eager to read what is available and find out about new ideas or old ideas re-imagined.

IWSG October: Working Writers

IWSG September 2nd

IWSG Goodreads Book Club!

Writers and Readers,

The Insecure Writer’s Support Group Book Club is for writers to read/learn about the writing craft. We will swap back and forth between craft books and fiction books that demonstrate aspects of storytelling.

We will read one book every two months.

There will be polls, free-gifts, and a lot of Discussion Day fun.

No promo. Just writers reading books and discussing those books with other writers.

See Book Club/Posting Details for more information about the book club.

Did you know the IWSG is more than a website?

Find us here:
Facebook, Twitter – hashtag #IWSG,Instagram, and on Goodreads
And you can sign up for our monthly newsletter loaded with tips and more here – IWSG Newsletter
The newsletter–also lists new books by members, so contact us if you have a new book out.

Writers and authors join us for #IWSGPit on January 20, 2021. 
It will be here sooner than you think! 
Polish those pitches and check the #IWSGPit rules.
Multiple authors have signed with publishers and agents as a result – it could be you!