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Welcome to Writers, Agents and Editors Network

Hello everyone, we’re so happy so see you all here! We here at WAENet are excited about growing and developing this site, and transforming it into the premier place on the web for Writers, Agents, and Editors to meet and discuss our shared passion for books, literature, and publishing.

We really want WAENet to become a unique social space that specifically caters to the needs of the writing community. So to that end: Tell us more about yourself! Are you writing a book? Have you published? Did you go through a traditional publisher, or did you self-publish? What challenges do you face as a writer, agent, or editor? What groups have you joined on WAENet? And how would you like to see the website further develop?

The more information we have from you, the better we can make this a community for you! So please first make sure you have a profile photo so we can see you. A disguise is fine if you are so inclined. Then please post your additional  information and answers in your profile text box, and the WAENet team will use that guidance as we move forward in this new era of publishing. All of us here are so excited and honored to have this opportunity to create and nurture this one-of-a-kind social community. We look forward to hearing from you.



Deborah Herman

Jeff Herman

Joshua Adams

And the WAENet Team 

Please now join us at Google +. We are connecting with other great writing communities there. 

We will be bringing you recommendations for programs, books and webinars to assist you in your goals. Let us know the information you need. 

The first recommendation we have is for those of you who have indie published books, are thinking of self publishing or who have traditionally published books that are not meeting your sales expectations. We highly recommend Joel Friedlander's book launch toolkit. We want you to be successful and this kit helps keep you organized. We are an affiliate so a percentage of your price does return to WAENet. But we don't charge you for anything so don't judge us!!! We promise to only recommend things we really believe in that we believe are reasonably priced.

We love Joel Friedlander's toolkits because they are really simple to use. Let us know what you think. We want to know if you agree that it is a great value for the price.


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