NEW YORK, March 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Empowering un-published authors, the Writer's Digest regional event, The Well-Sold Story Weekend Presented by Paula Munier (#WDBoston - @WritersDigest), takes place March 19 – 20 at the Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel, Boston, Mass. The program is designed to help writers: see their work through a new lens, including the publisher's and agent's eyes; to utilize proven strategies for producing a drum-tight manuscript that hooks its reader from page one; and to be bold when promoting their book and themselves. For event details and to register, visit boston.writersdigestconference.com.
Paula Munier, a well-known agent, writer, editor, teacher and content strategist, is hosting the The Well-Sold Story Weekend, which is open to any novelist, memoirist or short story writer who is ready to embrace the realities of publishing. "It's one thing – and not a simple one – to write well," says Munier. "And Writer's Digest has been helping authors do that for more than 90 years. It's another to write a book that's ready to be sold. My mission at the Well-Sold Story Weekend is to help authors tell great stories and sell great stories."
With Munier's expert guidance, attendees will learn not just how to write a great book, but also how to ensure it's positioned for success in today's publishing world. Sessions include: Telling and Selling Stories, The Idea, The Plot, The Execution, Narrative Thrust, Selling Your Work, Selling Yourself, Next Steps to Your Own Well-Sold Story, and plenty of Brainstorm Moments and an "Elevator Pitch Slam," where delegates can share and improve their elevator pitch.
The two-day event will also feature a conversation with William Martin, a New York Times Bestselling Author, award-winning writer of 10 novels, a recipient of the prestigious New England Book Award, and a Boston-area resident.
To register, visit boston.writersdigestconference.com.
Of note: The Well-Sold Story Weekend is the ideal primer into the Writer's Digest community, before attending the Writer's Digest Annual Conference, Aug. 12 – 14, New York. To register, visit writersdigestconference.com (the best early bird registration rates expire April 1).
SOURCE Writer's Digest