2012 Workshops Revisited: “How to Love Your Book/Article Outline” by Cindy Scinto

Missed a workshop at the conference? Lost your handouts? We’re here to help!

Remember being assigned an outline in school? That stark, white piece of paper reflecting its emptiness? Do you still cringe at the task? Writers often express their dread at outlining, but this essential tool eliminates the chance of gridlock when you’re deep into a writing project. Learn how to love outlining after you discover your very own, personalized technique.

Click here to view “Article Outline.”

Click here to view “Fiction Book Outline.”

Click here to view “Mind Mapping Outline.”

Click here to view “Non-Fiction Book Outline.”

Click here to view “Skeleton Outline for Articles and Devotionals.”

To order CD’s for conference workshops, click here.


Cindy Valenti-Scinto is a native New Yorker living in Spokane, Washington with her husband, John, and their son. She holds a degree in Journalism and her publication credits include newspapers, magazines, journals, medical case studies, online magazines, and two non-fiction books. Cindy is a frequent guest on radio shows around the country and has appeared on many TV interviews.


Cindy’s experience leading critique groups, serving as faculty at large Christian writer’s conferences such as The NCWA Renewal, Christian Devotions Writer’s Boot Camp, and Write-to-Publish, and as a writer’s consultant and mentor, reflect her love for all things written and the people who love to write. See more at her personal website: http://cindyscinto.com and her business website: http://www.adelphosbooks.com


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