Sneak Peek: Dot by Dot

by Vicki Moss

Hi, there. Vicki Moss—contributing editor of Southern Writers Magazine and author—here. Looks like we’re fast approaching September and the Write2Ignite conference, and as usual, I can’t wait to cross the South Carolina line. This year, I’ll be teaching two classes: “The Journey towards Finding Your Writing Voice” and “Connecting the Dots.” Believe it or not, […]

Giveaway Contest: Week 7!

Category: Genre

This week’s contest is open to everyone! When it comes to writing, what genre do you most often write in? Who’s your favorite author in that genre? Submit your answer before July 14 by commenting on this post, sending a comment to W2I’s contact email (info.write2ignite@gmail.com), or posting on our social media (on Twitter, the Write2Ignite […]

Sneak Peek: Lori Hatcher’s Workshop, “The Day I Wanted to Quit”

by Lori Hatcher

Your proposal is rejected—again—and your head swirls with doubt, disappointment, and confusion. You pour your heart out in a blog post, take hours to format it just right, click Post, and wait. The only buzz you hear is from the ceiling fan above your head, and the only comments you receive are from your mother […]

Giveaway Contest: Week 6!

Category: Pilgrim's Progress

UPDATE: Congratulations to Kristi Butler, the winner of our Week 6 contest! This week’s contest is open to everyone! Did you know that a CGI animated film of Pilgrim’s Progress is set for release in spring of 2019? How interested would you be in seeing this new version of Pilgrim’s Progress by WORLD News Group? […]

Summer Registration Sale!

National Flip-Flop Day is today, June 15, just a few days before summer begins on June 21. Make Someone Smile Day is also in June. We hope you have a reason to smile every day, but just in case you need something to smile about, here it is! Write2Ignite Summer Registration Sale June 15–21, 2018 […]

Sneak Peek: Daniel Blackaby’s Presentations for W2I 2018

by Daniel Blackaby

“The Journey Begins: Step-by-Step Preparation for Beginning the Writer’s Journey” People often say, “It’s not how you start; it’s how you finish that counts.” The problem is, you can’t finish what you don’t start! So many talented writers never achieved their dream of finishing a book, simply because they never learned how to get started. […]

Sneak Peek: Tessa Emily Hall’s Presentations for W2I 2018

by Tessa Emily Hall

Workshop: “Common Mistakes Newbie Writers Make in Their Manuscripts” You’ve spent years working on your fiction manuscript. Finally, you reach “The End” and send it off to agents. When that first response arrives in your inbox, you anticipate seeing the message “This is the submission I’ve been waiting for!” pop onto your screen. But when […]