January 13 – 17, 22 and 23

Don’t miss the 2019 See Jane Write Virtual Summit.

Get FREE training from 6 women making moves in the worlds of writing, blogging and business.  During these live Q&A sessions you will get the information and inspiration you need to boost your blog, brand, or writing career in 2019. Topics to be covered over the course of this summit include: building a writing community, self-publishing, getting a book deal, building your blog into a business, being an influencer, and freelancing for your favorite magazines.

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#SquadGoals: How Cultivating Community Can Make Your Writing Dreams Come True

with Javacia Harris Bowser, founder of See Jane Write 

6:30 p.m. CT, Sunday, January 13

Javacia Harris Bowser is a writer, educator, and entrepreneur based in Birmingham, Ala., and the founder and president of See Jane Write, an award-winning membership organization and website for women who write and blog. A proud graduate of the journalism programs at University of Alabama and the University of California at Berkeley, Bowser has written for a number of local and national media outlets including USA Today, Good Grit magazine, Birmingham magazine, B-Metro magazine, and Birmingham’s NPR affiliate WBHM 90.3 FM. By day, she teaches English at the Alabama School of Fine Arts. Follow Javacia on Instagram @seejavaciawrite.

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How to Successfully Self-Publish Your Book

with M.C. Walker 

6:30 p.m. CT, Monday, January 14

M.C. Walker is a blogger and best-selling author based in Atlanta, Georgia. In 2017, she self-published her debut novel One More Thing and later adapted the novel into the stage production Baby When I Used To Love You. She’s published a number of other contemporary women’s fiction books including Someone To Love Me, The Perfect Match, Merry Christmas Baby, Love In The Afternoon: A Collection of Short Stories and Poems, Upside Down In Love, Before The Lights Go Out, and Being Naomi. She’s also published a nonfiction book titled Pieces of Me : Things I’ve Learned Along the Way. Meanwhile, M.C. has built an impressive social media following and was invited to contribute to the thought-provoking conversation of the groundbreaking drama series Queen Sugar on the OWN network. She was also featured in the bestselling anthology from Brown Girls Publishing, The Dating Game. Read her blog at SeeMinoltaWrite and follow her on Instagram @writermcwalker.

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How to Get a Book Deal 

with Randi Pink

6:30 p.m. CT, Tuesday, January 15

Randi Pink is a novelist and freelance journalist for WBHM, Birmingham’s NPR station. Her book Girls Like Us is a historical YA novel set months before Roe v. Wade is passed. The novel weaves the lives of three teenage girls from very different backgrounds who all find themselves pregnant pre-choice; they must decide, before they become too far along in their pregnancies, how to move forward. Publication is set for fall 2019. Her fiction debut, INTO WHITE, originally published in 2016, has just been released in paperback. Randi lives in Birmingham, Alabama with her husband, daughter, and two rescue dogs.

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From Blog to Business Empire

with Stacey Ferguson of Be Blogalicious

6:30 p.m. CT, Wednesday, January 16

Stacey Ferguson is the Chief Curator of the Be Blogalicious community and conferences celebrating diversity among women in social media and is a sought-after influencer coach, media personality, digital brand strategist, content creator, and public speaker. She’s been featured in FastCompany.com, Inc.com, Entrepreneur.com, Southern Living, EBONY, The Washington Post, Black Enterprise, on NPR, The Tom Joyner Morning Show, Mashable, FOX, The Root, and more, As Founder of Justice Fergie Lifestyle Media, she combines media, publishing, coaching and events to inspire women to live richly, with strategies for life design and turning personal passions into viable brands.  She is also a technology and advertising attorney by trade and regularly consults with entrepreneurs, startups and established brands on digital and brand strategy.  Stacey is a wife, and mother of 3 and lives in the DC Metro Area.

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How to Be a “Freelance Life Liver”

with Vic Styles

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

Vic Styles in an L.A.-based lifestyle influencer, beauty expert, wardrobe stylist and self-proclaimed “freelance life liver.” Her mission is to inspire women to curate their best lives through relationships, work, and self-love. With a seven-year styling career, she has worked with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry including Big Sean, Tia Mowry, Ariana Grande, Snoop Dogg, Tisha Campbell and many more. In 2013 she began blogging as a creative outlet and her career as an influencer took off from there. She’s worked with top brands, spoken on numerous panels, and inspired thousands of women along the way. Read her blog at VicStyles.com and follow her on Instagram @thevicstyles.

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From Blog to Book

with Kathryn Lang

6:30 p.m. CT, Tuesday, January 22

Kathryn Lang has a simple motto:  “Have fun. Make friends. Be relentlessly helpful. It doesn’t have to be any more complicated than that.”  An award-winning author, prolific blogger, and accomplished freelance writer, Kathryn wants to help you find your why, pursue your purpose, and live a bold, intentional life. Kathryn is the author of more than a dozen print books and over 18 eBooks. She also inspires others through speaking engagements, events, podcasts, and live streams. In her session, Kathryn will offer a step-by-step process for turning your blog posts into a book.

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Magazine Dreams: How to Write for Your Favorite Publications

with Britni Danielle

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

Britni Danielle is journalist, editor, and novelist who is passionate about telling dope stories. She’s written extensively for both print and digital publications on a myriad of topics, including dating, feminism, race, parenting, and pop culture for EBONY, Essence, The Guardian, TakePart, Teen Vogue, and the Grio. In 2011, Britni took a leap of faith and left her job as a public school teacher to pursue writing full-time. Since then, she’s amassed thousands of clips and recently served as the Director of Entertainment and Culture for EBONY. On any given day, Britni can be found covering red carpet events, chatting with media moguls like Oprah Winfrey, or conversing with newsmakers about the latest issues. Britni is also an acclaimed author of several sizzling novels, including the new adult best seller When You’re Ready. In addition to writing, Britni also leads workshops, teaching others how to tell their own stories. She’s the founder of the online writing seminar The Write Pitch, and has spoken at the Watermark Conference, the largest women’s conference in California, Blogalicious, Blogging While Brown and Social Media Week, Johannesburg.

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The live Q&A sessions of the 2019 See Jane Write Virtual Summit are FREE.

Recordings of the sessions will be available for purchase after the summit.