National Association of Women Writers Announces 2nd Annual Virtual Tele-Summit

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The National Association of Women Writers has opened early registration for its 2nd Annual Tele-Summit.

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The National Association of Women Writers has recently announced their 2nd Annual Tele-Summit. This exciting event, eight days in length, will feature successful speakers, coaches, authors and mentors on a very unique “stage.”

The National Association of Women Writers (NAWW) was founded in 2001 by Sheri McConnell. The organization has over 3,000 subscribers worldwide. The mission of the NAWW is to help connect and educate their members through books, CDs, tele-events, physical chapter events and much more.

The Tele-Summit will kick-off this year on Monday, February 12th, 2007 at noon Central Time and will wrap up on Tuesday, February 20th, 2007 at noon Central Time. The event will feature industry leaders in three key areas: writing, publishing and marketing.

The speaking lineup this year includes Suzanne Falter-Barns of Get Known Now; Melanie Benson Strick of Success Connections; Tonya M. Evans-Walls of Legal Write Publications; Jill Badonsky of The Muse Is In; Sheri McConnell of the NAWW; Peter Bowerman, author of “The Well Fed Writer”; Adam Urbanski of The Marketing Mentors; and Christina Merkley of Shift-It-Coach.

Early registration for this event is open until the 31st of January and includes a $50 reduction in price. Participants can register for two different packages. The first package includes live phone access to the speaking engagements and audio downloads whereas the second package includes live phone access, audio downloads, CDs and bound transcripts.

For additional information on the NAWW’s 2nd Annual Tele-Summit, please contact Sheri McConnell or visit


Sheri McConnell

National Association of Women Writers


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