Write Publish Repeat, by Lynette Greenfield

There is much more to writing a book than simply putting pen to paper. Getting started is only the beginning. Once you’ve written your story, the hard work actually continues. From editing, publishing, and marketing, to personal literary growth and artistic confidence, there are many more facets of the industry to delve into, learn about, and comprehend. These aspects of writing are addressed in Write Publish Repeat, with the aim of helping all artists achieve their dream of writing and publishing a book. Write Publish Repeat is a valuable resource for writers and would-be writers, offering sound advice and clarity. It is a book for anybody who wants to learn how to write or, who needs to do some writing to get through the day, as almost everybody does. Lynette Greenfield is an author and publisher with over 27 years’ experience and 19 titles published to date. She wants to share her knowledge of writing, publishing, and the often-complicated and confusing world of the literary industry, with you, believing that knowledge-sharing is empowering. Whether you want to write about people or places, fiction or poetry, Write Publish Repeat offers both fundamental principles as well as the insights of an established author.

Lynette Greenfield is the Founder of Limelight Publishing; a proud 'partner' of Lulu Publishing. An author of 19 titles, she made an author appearance at the Book Expo America and Book Con in New York in 2017, 2018 and 2019 represented by Lulu Publishing. And in 2016 represented by then America Star Books. Lynette is featured in Online Marketing for Busy Authors, by Fauzia Burke, sold at at Major Street Publishing, Melbourne, Australia. Her novel, The Day it Rained Forever, is currently sold online and in-store at the popular retailer, Dymocks North Lakes, Brisbane, Australia. She is also an Ambassador of OPSM, helping to spread knowledge about the importance of good eye health and writing/reading.

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