Finding time for your book idea

Fall is busy, no matter how you slice it. But it also always feels like the right season to put energy toward new endeavors—if only you could squeeze in the time. (We love this recent article by Anne Lamott on that very subject.) Perhaps you know a certain seminar would be just the thing you need, but life gets in the way…and then you kick yourself afterward for missing it. Well, we don’t want you to put your book dreams on hold because of a hectic schedule! So, we’ve created three brand-new webinars, on three of our most popular topics, which you can watch at your leisure. Problem solved!

Secrets of a Successful Proposal: Learn the 9 key elements that should be in any polished proposal in our most comprehensive talk. We’ll walk you through them and show you how to craft each one.

Sell Your Book—And Yourself: Create a killer author bio and draft a creative marketing plan that will make your proposal stand out from the pack. We’ll show you how.

What Every Publisher Wants You to KnowWant to be a fly on the wall while publishers and agents talk about what first-time authors should–and shouldn’t–do when pitching? We’ll reveal a wealth of insider advice from our meetings with publishing professionals in NYC.

Each webinar is 90 minutes, reasonably priced at $79, and best of all, you can watch them at whatever time works for you. Plus, you can take advantage of repeat viewings as you work on your proposal. Take some time for yourself this fall. We’d love it if you became another one of our success stories in 2013—a published author!

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