January 17-31

Don’t miss the first ever See Jane Write Virtual Summit.

Get FREE training from 9 noteworthy women writers and bloggers who have learned how to use their words to make money and make a difference. During these live Q&A sessions you will get the information and inspiration you need to boost your blog, brand, or writing career in 2017. Topics to be covered over the course of this two-week summit include: publishing your first book, starting your own podcast, building a personal blog, working with brands as a blogger, building a tribe, and launching a freelance writing career.

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How to Build Your Tribe

with Tyece Wilkins of Twenties Unscripted

6:30 p.m. CT, Tuesday, January 17

Tyece Wilkins believes in the power of witty women, wise words and full wine glasses. She is the voice behind the blog Twenties Unscripted and author of Twenties Unscripted: A Journey of Womanhood, Writing, and Relativity. Her Twenties Unscripted mission is to cultivate a personal blog that sparks young women to connect to the best, bravest and boldest parts of themselves. Tyece is also a speaker and spoken word artist. She resides in the DC metro area. Follow Tyece on social media @tyunscripted.

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How to Work with Brands as a Blogger

with Jeniese Hosey of The Jenesaisquoi

6:30 p.m. CT, Wednesday, January 18

​Jeniese Hosey is a 30-something woman from Birmingham, Alabama who loves all things fashion! In 2010 she started her blog The Jenesaisquoi, to show women that they can be stylish at any size and any age. Jeniese has appeared on the cover of Redbook Magazine, People Stylewatch Glamour.com, Ebony.com, Essences.com, Plus Model Magazine, Centric TV.com and DARE Magazine. She is a monthly contributor to the Plus Model Magazine Blog and has collaborated with several of her favorite brands including the Who What Wear Collection, Gwynnie Bee, Eloquii, Lane Bryant, Macy’s, PopSugar, Catherine’s and Ashley Stewart. By day Jeniese works as a PR/Marketing professional.  Along with fashion Jeniese loves football, traveling and food. She received her BA in Public Relations from The University of Alabama and an MBA in Marketing from Capella University.Follow Jeniese on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

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So You Want to Be a Freelance Writer

with Clair McLafferty

4:30 p.m. CT, Thursday, January 19

Clair McLafferty is a freelance writer and bartender-at-large in Birmingham, Ala. She is the author of the forthcoming Classic & Craft Cocktail Recipe Book. When she’s not writing, Clair is usually nerding out on trashy science-fiction or researching cocktail history. Her other writing and rambling is on Twitter @see_clair_write and at clairmclafferty.com.

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Podcasting 101

with Carla Jean Whitley


Carla Jean Whitley is a writer and editor who is curious about the intersection of culture and community. She shares those stories through the written word as well as audio, video, social media, speaking engagements and teaching. She is the outdoors and entertainment editor at the Glenwood Springs Post Independent in Colorado. Previously, she told stories as a features writer for AL.com, where she also co-hosted and produced the Triple Take podcast; while teaching at the University of Alabama; and in her three books, “Birmingham Beer: A Heady History of Brewing in the Magic City,” “Muscle Shoals Sound Studio: How the Swampers Changed American Music” and “Balancing Act: Yoga Essays.” Learn more about Carla Jean at carlajeanwhitley.com and follow her on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram.

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How to Build Buzz for Your Blog, Book, or Brand

with Chanda Temple

6:30 p.m. CT, Monday, January 23

Chanda Temple is a veteran reporter now working in public relations in Birmingham, Ala. Chanda can spot a good story or a good way to promote that will turn heads and capture hearts. In fall 2014, she joined Food Network star Martie Duncan in coauthoring “Birmingham’s Best Bites” cookbook to raise money for the Birmingham Public Library. The book and Chanda’s public relations campaign earned a national book award and two public relations campaign awards. The book is now available in 11 locations, including Books-A-Million, Barnes and Noble and amazon.com.  Prior to going into public relations in 2012, Chanda worked as a reporter for 19 years. Chanda has received numerous awards and recognition for her writing  and community work. In 2014, Birmingham Magazine selected her as “One of 20 Women Who Make a Difference” for her work in the community and on the job. In 2013, she received a Distinguished Leadership Award for Excellence in Communications.  In 2012, Southeast Small Business Magazine named her one of Birmingham’s 40 Women of Influence. In 2011, the Metro Birmingham NAACP recognized her for her extensive work as a journalist, the Society of Professional Journalists selected her as a fellow for its diversity leadership program and “Who’s Who in Black Alabama” selected her for her work as a journalist. She blogs at http://www.chandatemplewrites.com. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @chandatemple.

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Discovering Your Authentic Self Through Writing

with GG Renee Hill of All the Many Layers

5 p.m. CT, Wednesday, January 25

GG Renee Hill is an author, speaker and advocate for self-discovery through writing.  A candid voice for mental health and self-care, GG writes about the joys and challenges of living an authentic life and being a fully expressed woman.  Her books, courses and workshops empower women to embrace all their layers, creatively and shamelessly.  She brings her experience as a blogger, memoirist, ghostwriter, and coach to the products and services she offers on her website, allthemanylayers.com.  Featured by BlackEnterprise.com as a notable blogger to follow in 2015, GG is passionate about going beyond the surface to create meaningful content and safe spaces for women to tell their stories.   Her philosophy is, “Self-discovery and creativity go hand in hand. Explore yourself.  Express what you find.”

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The Art of Personal Blogging

with Ashley Coleman of WriteLaughDream

6:30 p.m. CT, Thursday, January 26

Ashley Coleman is a writer and entrepreneur based in Philadelphia. The cultivator of the online space WriteLaughDream.com, she writes about life, love, and pursuing a career as a writer. Her work as a writing mentor helps other writers develop their voice and writing habits through one-on-one sessions, courses, and workshops. The author of Dear Love: A Love Letter to You hosts women’s brunches on the east coast, has been a guest lecturer at Temple University, and spoke as an invited guest at the Meet the Author series at the Pyramid Club. Her freelance work has been published on GRAMMY.com, Essence.com, JUMP Magazine and more. Follow Ashley on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram @writelaughdream.

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How to Write a Book with Your Tribe

with Charita H. Cadenhead

6:30 p.m. CT, Monday, January 30

Charita H. Cadenhead is the creator of the Renew Refresh Reset Your Life blog and a published author. Her work was included in the anthologies I Am Woman: 21 Triumphant Women Sharing Their Journey to Embracing Truth and Their Authentic Self and 1 Word: Discover, Reflect and Connect With Words That Can Transform Your Life, which she Cadenhead curated and published in 2016. Follow Charita’s blog at RenewRefreshReset.com and find her on Facebook.

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How to Turn Your Blog into a Book

with Jennifer King of Stellar Fashion and Fitness

6:30 p.m. CT, Tuesday, January 31

Jennifer King is the author of the book Fat Girl Power: How I Built Confidence Through Body Positivity, Fashion and Fitness. She is also the blogger at Stellar Fashion & Fitness and has 16 years of publishing experience, currently working at Grand View Media in Birmingham, Alabama, as group managing editor and editor in chief of business-to-business magazines. She has worked as managing editor of Bassmaster magazine, copy editor at Southern Living magazine and as an intern at W and Women’s Wear Daily in London. She holds a master’s degree from Northwestern University and a bachelor’s degree from Penn State University. Follow Jennifer on Facebook and find her on Twitter and Instagram @StellarJennifer.

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