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A Book By YOU? How to Get It Written, Published, and Promoted

A Book By YOU? How to Get It Written, Published, and Promoted, a publishing workshop with Ken Lizotte, chief imaginative officer of emerson consulting group.

Workshop Description

Has the time come for YOU to write and publish a book? Yes, of course … but where do you start? Should you look for an agent or approach publishers yourself? Should you self-publish? This workshop will answer these questions and more, and put you on the road to finally publishing that book you’ve been dreaming about.

Presenter: Ken Lizotte is president of Thoreau Farm Trust and author of eight books. He is the Chief Imaginative Officer of emerson consulting group inc. in Concord, Massachusetts.

Date

Apr 25 2022
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Time

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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