Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Win a copy of You Can Write—Really!

Hi everyone,

To celebrate another 5-star review for my writing book, You Can WriteReally! A Beginner’s Guide to Writing Fiction, I’m holding a contest! 

Between now and April 21, you can win a PDF copy of You Can Write—Really! A Beginner’s Guide to Writing. How? It’s easy—really! Just follow these simple steps:

1. Like my Facebook author page: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorKelliWilkins

2. Post your answer to one of these easy questions on my author page wall:

* What story do you feel compelled to write?

* What is the first book (or short story) you ever read that left an impression on you? Why?

* If you’ve read any of my romances, which one is your favorite? If you haven’t read any, which one would you most like to read? (A complete title list with book blurbs, excerpts, and reviews is on my site: www.KelliWilkins.com)

The contest winner will be notified on April 22, 2015. If you can’t wait to win, you can order a copy of the book here:
Here’s an excerpt from my 5-Nymph Literary Nymphs review:

You Can Write—Really! A Beginner’s Guide to Writing Fiction has a lot of very practical advice that is easy to understand and follow. The author did a good job breaking up the various components of writing a book or short story, making you think you are in a creative writing class as opposed to an English class. Each section of the book was followed by exercises that used the principles she was trying to convey. I loved this book and the way it is so easy to understand and follow. Whether you are someone just starting or someone with some publications, this is a good book for the bookshelf.

Amazon Reviewer Nerdy Girl has this to say:

You Can Write—Really! isn't just for beginning writers, it has something for writers at every stage. With sections such as Meet the muse, Excuses, Ideas, Characters, Marketing, etc, whatever you're looking for, there's something here to learn from. This book breaks down the writing process and shares tips and tricks to help you to learn and grow. I highly recommend it as a reference and as a way to inspire and encourage you to move past writing blocks, and tap into your creativity.

If you missed some of my guest blogs about the book, you can catch up on them here:



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Next week, I’ll be sharing an inside look at the making of my historical romance, Wilderness Bride.

Happy Reading!


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