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Write More Books Faster: How Plottr Turbo Charges Your Writing Process

Write More Books Faster: How Plottr Turbo Charges Your Writing Process

Audience: All Levels

Audience: All Levels

Want to discover how you can skyrocket your productivity and have more fun writing? In this private presentation with the team behind Plottr, an exciting writing tool which was recently named the Best Outlining App for Productivity by Kindpreneur, you’ll learn how visually planning your books can help you craft better stories in less time.

This is a post from the Tools and Techniques SelfPubCon. SelfPubCon (The Self-Publishing Advice Conference) is an online author event, run free twice-yearly, in association with the Alliance of Independent Authors. Join the conversation on Twitter: #selfpubcon

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Ryan Zee

Plottr

Ryan Zee is a book marketer, web developer, and aspiring author. An official MailerLite Email Marketing Expert, Ryan has consulted with bestselling authors including Andrew Gross, Mary Jo Putney, Julianne MacLean, Kendall Ryan, Bruce Henderson, and Charles Belfoure. He is the founder of BookSweeps, one of the largest book giveaway and lead generation platforms for authors, as well as the co-founder of Plottr, a popular visual outlining software.

AD Starrling

Author

AD Starrling is the author of the bestselling supernatural thriller series Seventeen, the urban fantasy series Legion, and the romantic military thriller series Division Eight. She is also the creative mind behind 17 Studio Book Design. When she’s not busy writing fast-paced, explosive stories, AD can be found eating Thai food, being tortured by her back therapists, drooling over gadgets, working part-time as a doctor on a Neonatal Intensive Care unit somewhere in the UK, reading manga, and watching action flicks and anime. She has occasionally been accused of committing art with a charcoal stick and some drawing paper.

This Post Has 3 Comments
  1. Hi guys,
    You seem to have a technical glitch here – this is not the Plottr session, it’s the K-lytics session. Just fyi.
    Karen

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