Host: Rosie is a freelance writer, language teacher and psychotherapist based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. She has over six years’ experience of teaching English and Italian, and has written features on language, mental health and sustainable travel for the Guardian, Wanderlust, Dalesman and Therapy Today. Her memoir Suddenly, While Living - a book that focuses on health and recovery - will be published by Valley Press in January.
You can find out more about Rosie at www.rosiealicecounselling.co.
Everything you need to know about the stages of publication, from promoting your manuscript to negotiating cover designs.
Lockdown has been a time of uncertainty for many, but lots of people have turned to creativity as a way of coping and keeping busy. If you have always wanted to be a writer, and you’ve toyed with the idea of getting your work in print, Rosie offers a detailed overview of the publishing process.
In this 20 minute class, Rosie will talk you through what work tends to sell (and what is harder to sell), how to market your work, what to expect when your manuscript is finally accepted, and how to recover from knockbacks.
Safeguarding reminder: We know that the safety of your child is of the utmost important. This is why we use Zoom's Webinar feature to provide our live classes, where by default, your child's webcam and microphone are disabled.
- Who’s who in the publishing industry, and how do I go about promoting my book?
- Dealing with rejection, and how to keep going
- What happens when your manuscript is accepted
This class is suitable for all ages.