Interested in Taking your Writing to the Next Level?

The Writing Bank

 

Then why not let a host of industry experts guide you on your writing journey to help you shape your writing, sell more books and even reach a new international audience.

IPR License, in association with The Writing Bank, has announced a new six-part course for writers.

The course comprises of six modules hosted by some of the leading voices in the publishing world. For full details on each session, please click here.

In addition, there will be a final one-on-one event with industry professionals to receive advice on your work and plans followed by networking and celebratory drinks for completing the course.

Due to demand, IPR and The Writing Bank have opened up individual session bookings alongside the full six session course. An Early Bird 25% discount offer is available until Friday, 27th February.

 

You can book online by clicking here

All KWL authors will be able to benefit of an extra 10% discount on the course. Authors have just to send an email here citing the discount code: KBWB15

All the email addresses will be checked against the KWL authors database. In the light of this, authors will have to use the same email address used to register on Kobo Writing Life to benefit of the 10% extra discount.

If you have any questions please email brittany.poulin@iprlicense.com or call  +44 (0) 207 300 7371

 

 

IPRLondon-based IPR License was founded in 2012 by Tom Chalmers. As director of an independent publishing company, Chalmers was aware of the lack of a dedicated trading service for literary rights-holders. The predominance of book fairs and back-and-forth negotiations between rights agents and commissioning editors continued to leave a gap in the marketplace for the listing and trading of content rights. With this in mind, IPR License was born, leading the way for fully-transactional online based global rights-trading platforms which will allow all interested parties to make offers on titles and complete full transactions therefore increasing existing, and creating new, revenue streams.

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