The Shy Writer Reborn by C. Hope Clark

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As an introvert and a writer, you feel stretched to choose between the lesser of two evils--marketing to people who'll most likely criticize you, or putting your writing on the back burner. Introverts have strengths that make them marketable, creative, and successful. Forget those people who tell you to change, to put on a different personality, to dance like a monkey before crowds. Here is the support to be a writer and remain who you care to be . . . genuine.

"Shy types, rejoice! Introversion may see, like a major obstacle to building a successful writing career, but this wonderful "covers-all-the-bases" book handily debunks the notion." ~Peter Bowerman, Author, The Well-Fed Writer series.

"Hope has solutions in The Shy Writer Reborn that let you make the most of who you are instead of asking you to change your personality." ~Linda Formichelli, The Renegade Writer: A Totally Unconventional Guide to Freelance Writing Succcess / The Renegade Writer Blog

"As a self-diagnosed introvert, I know the fears of many writers who are literally afraid to follow their passion and be successful. C. Hope Clark shares how to overcome that fear while navigating interviews, pitches, queries and more. If you're a shy writer, this is the book that will help you find and cultivate an audience for your writing." ~Robert Lee Brewer, Senior Content Editor, Writer's Market

"Hope Clark has done an incredible service for authors by writing The Shy Writer Reborn. She guides you through te steps to overcome fears and finally get a book out of your head and on to paper. This book will help a lot of would-be authors realize their dreams. Highly recommended!" ~Stephanie Chandler, author The Nonfiction Book Marketing Plan: Online and Offline Promotion Strategies for Serious Authors

About C. Hope Clark

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Clark is Staff Writer for Midlands Woman Magazine in Columbia, South Carolina. She has composed many manuals, training plans, position descriptions, National awards, and various other Governmental Fiction. Her husband is a Federal agent.
Published March 16, 2013 by FundsforWriters. 283 pages
Genres: Self Help. Non-fiction

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