Book Publishing Success for First-Time Authors

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Writing a book is a universal ambition. According to a recent survey, 43 percent of women were actively working on a book or planning to write one. Changes in the publishing industry itself are opening up new opportunities for authors, particularly nonfiction authors ... if you know about them. Get "no agenda" information by attending a new class series for first-time authors.

Writing a book is a universal ambition. According to a recent survey, 43 percent of women were actively working on a book or planning to write one.

Changes in the publishing industry itself are opening up new opportunities for authors, particularly nonfiction authors ... if you know about them.

AuthorSmart.com and eWomenPublishingNetwork have teamed up to offer an 11-week series of Webcasts, with a real "You can do it!" focus. They cover every aspect of nonfiction book publishing the aspiring author will need for a successful book-publishing journey, from idea through promotion. The classes are fun, interesting and interactive and each 11-session participant receives a 36-page workbook with additional resources.

See the entire 11-session curriculum and get registration information at AuthorSmart.com.

Get a preview of the webcast and see all the slides for the first session.

The full series is $249 (less than $23 per class) or individual classes are $49.

As a bonus for participants: We all think later of the question we wished we had asked during a class -- and now you can get those questions answered! By typing in your question at AskAuthorSmart.com, you can get any book publishing question answered live the following Friday by dialing 712-775-7100 and using the access code 1069131. These calls are free and we will also be taking live questions on the call once we've answered those submitted in advance.

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