WHAT: Book Publicity That Makes Sense/Cents
Online workshop with Lorraine Ash
WHEN: Tuesday, December 12
12:00 PM-1:30 PM Arizona time/ 2:00-3:30 PM EST
WHERE/WHO: Offered by The Eastside Writing Room of Tucson, Arizona . On ZOOM
- Open to anyone- anywhere
- FREE—Limited to thirty people 10 SPOTS LEFT!
- Participants will get a Zoom invitation to the presentation
Learn about myriad types of publicity from reviews, digital ads, and book signings to reader reviews, podcast interviews, media outreach, and more. We’ll also tackle the big questions—whether to hire a publicist, how to convert awareness to sales, what actually works in the age of the Internet, and how much to spend.
HOW TO JOIN
Reserve by December 10. To reserve your place: Contact Ethel Lee-Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
Cape House Publishing. Lorraine Ash https://capehousepublishing.com/
PEOPLE ARE TALKING:
Lorraine is my editor and is absolutely fabulous and I love her. She has helped me with my marketing plan, and has a wealth of knowledge in relevant resources. I attended this session with another group. You don’t want to miss it!. Nicole Smith Tucson AZ, Diagnosis Dementia: Your Guide for Eldercare Planning and Crisis Management
Lorraine was the inspiration for my memoir, Thinking of Miller Place: A Memoir of Summer Comfort, guiding me through the final edits, media kits, interviewing and generously sharing leads for publicizing and marketing my first book . That was quite a while ago. Her workshops both in person and online continue to hold gems of information. After taking this workshop with the Write Group of Montclair ( my old stomping grounds) I knew we had to bring her via Zoom to Tucson writers. I hope you will join us.
Ethel Lee-Miller blogs regularly about people, the power of words, and her writing life. She retired after 30 years of teaching, semi-retired from coaching, editing, and gathering writers to publicly share their work. She is the author of Thinking of Miller Place, and Seedlings, Stories of Relationships. These days, in Tucson Arizona, she writes to inspire, to connect with folks, teaching about the power of words, and for the pure enjoyment of it. Ethel enjoys sharing stories at Odyssey Storytelling, Artists Standing Strong Together, and anywhere there’s a mic or a Zoom room.