You may have missed some of the recent online writing conferences I've posted about. Well, you've got one more opportunity, and it starts next week. From October 3rd through the 9th, writers of every genre and in any country can enjoy the same perks that would normally cost big bucks.
The Muse Online Writers Conference has been going on for several years, and each year it gets bigger and better. You'll find all kinds of workshops to attend, plus pitch sessions with publishers and agents.
Check out some of the workshops offered:
How to Correct, Trim, and Enhance Your Manuscript
Submission Etiquette 101
Making a Pitch
How to Submit
Mind Mapping your way to deeper characters
The Myth In Mythology. Use it to sell your breakout novel
Why do You Write?
Keeping Track of Your World: How to Create a Story Bible
Perfecting The Pitch Synopsis
Conceptualization of the Afterlife
Serious about Series? Considerations for Building a Multi-Volume Fantasy Series
Uncharted Territory: Creating a Fantasy World
Creating Villains Your Readers Will Love to Hate
What Every Beginner Needs to Know About Writing
Writing Through Thick and Thin
Look Who's Talking: The Controversy of Dialog Tags
Craftsmanship and the Hidden Truths of Being Alive
Marketing Off The Grid
Survival 101: When Edits Become Rewrites
Beta Readers: the good, the bad, and the just plain mean
Plotting the Teen/Tween Romance One Day Workshop
First Paragraphs with Nancy Bell
A Poor Man's Guide to Shoestring Marketing
Construct Your Social Media PlatformCrafting the Perfect Query
Creating and Building Your Author/Writer Online Presence
Developing a Unique Voice
Developing Contacts to Promote Your Book
Flash Fiction: What is it? How do I write it? Why should I bother?
Freelance Writing: It's a Business, Stupid!
From the Inside Out: Discovering Your Characters
HOOK an Editor with Your FIRST Page
How to Build a Great Book Review
There's lots more information on the conference blog. And if you need to feel sure the conference is worth your time, check out these testimonials. I'll be there--how about you?
Note: this is only a partial list--I didn't have room for them all. Check out the rest on the workshop page.