Self-Publishing v. Traditional Publishing
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What are the differences between traditional publishing and self-publishing? Where do the two converge? Where do they stand distinct? What if your book is non-fiction or fiction? How does this affect they way to seek to bring it to print? How do you balance marketing your book--fiction or non-fiction--with writing the book? Can authenticity and embedding a bit of yourself--who you truly are--in your promotion tactics create an effective marketing strategy, one that pays off in both the establishment of your brand, and achieves the sale of books? Non-fiction author Sharon Saylor, and fiction writer, Anjuelle Floyd will address these questions during Self-Publishing v. Traditional Publishing, a discussion hosted and moderated by Elizabeth Stark Powers, author of Shy Girl: A Novel, writing teacher, and founder of Book Writing World. Date: Saturday, September 11, 2010 Time: 9am PDT, 10am MT, 11am CDT, 12 pm EDT To listen to, or join this online meeting go to: ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Speaker and coach, Sharon Saylor is the author of: What Your Body Says (And How to Master the Message): Inspire, Influence, Build Trust and Create Lasting Business Relationships Life's Short. Live Passionately. B is for... Baskets, Birdhouses, Bunnies and Bears {Folk Art Crafts} Sweet Patoodies...Snowmen She hosts the blog talk radio show, Beyond Lip Service Psychotherapist, wife and mother, Anjuelle Floyd is the author of Keeper of Secrets...Translation of an Incident, a collection of short stories. Her novel, The House debuts in October 2010. Anjuelle hosts the weekly blog talk radio show, Book Talk, Creativity and Family Matters where she interviews authors. _________________________________________________________________________________________________ To listen to or join the online meeting go to: Audio conference information ------------------------------------------------------- Audio conference information ------------------------------------------------------- To receive a call back, provide your phone number when you join the meeting, or call the number below and enter the access code. Call-in toll-free number (US/Canada): 1-877-669-3239 Call-in toll number (US/Canada): +1-408-600-3600 Global call-in numbers: Toll-free dialing restrictions: Access code: 802 046 022 ------------------------------------------------------- For assistance ------------------------------------------------------- 1. Go to 2. On the left navigation bar, click "Support". 
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