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Has your print book been published for at least one year? Are you disappointed in your book sales? Would you like to learn how to re-ignite interest in your book? This workshop will host a maximum of 10 authors who will learn specific PR strategies to help re-ignite buyers for your book
Attendees are encouraged to bring a copy of their books.
Part of Black Authors and Readers Literary Weekend Conference (Sept. 14-15)
Harborside Hotel - 6400 Oxon Hill Rd., Oxon Hill, MD 24075
Cherrie Woods, known as the “PR Guru” for independent authors, will kick off the conference on Friday afternoon at 1 pm with her 90-minute workshop "Promote Your Own Book." This workshop is for writers/authors at all stages in the writing process. She will share tips on how to make your book stand out in the crowd, including… how to choose the right book cover, the elements of a strong Author PR Toolkit, what type of online presence you need to have, and how your book genre helps you focus your PR campaign. For info about the conference go here.
Harborside is a very popular hotel located near National Harbor, MGM Grand, and Tanger outlets, so please make your reservations TODAY at (301) 749-9400.
With over 750,000 books being published each year in the U.S. and over half of them by self-published authors, how does an author stand outabovethe rest? This workshop teaches authors how to choose the right book cover, develop a strong "Author PR Toolkit" (headshot, bio, book synopsis, and website), how to choose the right book cover? What type of online presence authors need to have and where to sell their books. (90 mins.)
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This 3-hour workshop is designed to give creative entrepreneurs insight into the world of public relations (PR). The workshop will focus on empowering attendees to build businesses that are balanced, productive and sustainable utilizing best PR practices.
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