The Most Powerful – and Most Ignored – Tool in a Writer’s Toolkit

I learned so much from Joan about using Microsoft Word as an author. This course is a winner!

Joan Leacott

Do you see Word as a tool – or as The Enemy?

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“Hi. My name is Sandra and I’m a self-pubbed author. I dread preparing my manuscripts for conversion to ebooks. I have to upload over and over, fixing a different error each time. I lose so many hours when I could be writing.”

“I’m Thomas and I’m traditionally published. My editor just sent my manuscript back. Not for the usual edits and proofing, but with formatting instructions! What the heck are Styles?”

“Jamila here. I’m entering lots of contests to get noticed by an agent or editor. I keep losing so many points for formatting, spelling, and grammar that I just miss first place and now I’m no place. How do I fix this?”

Are you like Sandra, Thomas, and Jamila? Aggravated and confused by technology? Frustrated by wasting your precious writing time not actually writing?

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About Gina X. Grant

Gina X. Grant writes ingenious plotlines with twists, turns and sometimes magic. She is represented by Rosemary Stimola, the agent who also represents the Hunger Games series. Gina’s RELUCTANT REAPER trilogy is available from Simon and Schuster’s Pocket Star imprint. She lives in Toronto, Canada, just blocks from the house she grew up in. She’s married to a friendly curmudgeon from a mining town in Northern Ontario. They have one rescued hound, Storm, named for Gina’s other pen name. Storm Grant—the writer, not the hound dog—writes engaging action adventure with two heroes. Since 2007, she has published with a variety of e-publishers and more recently, self-publishes. Gina’s and Storm’s books are available at all your favorite etailers, such as Amazon, Kobo and iTunes. Visit ginaXgrant.com or stormgrant.com to find out more.

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