FEBRUARY 6, 2024. A NEW YEAR. A NEW DATE for our writing event.
I’m thrilled to announce Lorraine Ash’s online Book Publicity That Makes Sense/Cents has been rescheduled for February 6, 2024.
Offered by The Eastside Writing Room of Tucson, Arizona
- Open to anyone- anywhere
- FREE—Limited to 40 people
- 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.
TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE:
Click to contact Ethel Lee-Miller Reserve by February 1, 2024
PRAISE FOR BOOK PUBLICITY THAT MAKES SENSE/CENTS
I highly recommend attending this. I will be flying that day, but I have already implemented many of the suggestions Lorraine shared because she is my editor. Lorraine’s knowledge, research and delivery is outstanding and a wonderful way to kick start your efforts in the new year. ~ Nicole Smith, author, Diagnosis Dementia
AND AGAIN- we’ve got a spot for you
Are you ready to publish? Thinking about publishing? Already published but stalled after the first rush of sales? To reserve your place, contact Ethel Lee-Miller firstname.lastname@example.org Reserve by February 1, 2024
Lorraine Ash is a journalist, memoirist, public speaker, presenter and writer whose more than 20 years of literary experiences make her presentations gems for aspiring and experienced writers.
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. She is the founder of the Eastside Writing Room, now in its 11th year of supporting dedicated adult writers to do what they love- write. These days, in Tucson Arizona, she writes to inspire, to connect with folks, teaching about the power of words, gather writers together, 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.