You've been thinking about writing a book. Your business involves helping others and you are at the forefront of making things happen for the greater good. Imagine how great it would feel to be seen as the expert, help more people, and monetize your passion.

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Join our FREE monthly Lunch-and-Learn — the 2nd Thursday of each month —
All About Inspiring Authors with industry experts.
 

 

THURSDAY, August 12, 2021 at 12:30pm Eastern / 11:30am Central / 10:30am Mountain / 9:30am Pacific.


Ignoring the “Memoir Schmemoir” voice
Kay Clark Uhles

Everything Kay Clark Uhles knows about writing she learned from her car. On August 12, Kay will talk about how she learned to ignore the “Memoir Schmemoir” voice on road trips, how beginning writers can apply those lessons to their writing, and how she can help experienced writers to navigate their projects through brainstorming, editing, and coaching.

Kay has worked with hundreds of authors and contributors on sharpening the craft of writing. Kay has been called a “rock star” when it comes to brainstorming, creating clear outlines, writing engaging text, and editing. She believes that all people have a story to tell and makes the process easy and fun. “She’ll make you look good.”

Kay is a retired community college administrator and former court reporter, with a Masters in Adult Education, as well as training and experience in Motivational Interviewing—which is probably why she’s been called “not so scary for an editor.” Kay recently published her first solo book, Parts, Pieces & Particulars: A Primer for Single Moms Raising Sons and Single Dads Raising Daughters and is currently working on a novel.

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THURSDAY, September 9, 2021 at 12:30pm Eastern / 11:30am Central / 10:30am Mountain / 9:30am Pacific.

Literature & Law
Krystal Weigl

 

Key take-aways:

  • Why you should know about the law
  • How the law can protect your work
  • How to evaluate what legal help you need

Krystal is an attorney who focuses her practice on making legal accessible. She advises small business owners, works for the injured, and counsels clients on how the law can best meet their needs. Her spare time is filled with her role as a Board Member for the Susan G. Komen Foundation of Missouri, volunteering with the Women’s Foundation of Greater St. Louis, her lawyer well-being initiative, and her women’s literature manuscripts. She enjoys running, golfing, and all things St. Louis.

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These Zoom meetings are recorded and later posted to YouTube. Your attendance at these meetings serves as your permission to be seen in the recordings.

 

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THURSDAY, December 9, 2021 at 12:30pm Eastern / 11:30am Central / 10:30am Mountain / 9:30am Pacific.

How to Sell Your Book
Mike Kowis

Key take-aways:

  • Mike's proven book-selling formula (Book Sales = An Appealing Book + Social Proof + Visibility)
  • Tips to ensure your book is Appealing (meaning well-written, professional-looking, and appeals to its target audience)
  • Tips to get Social Proof (meaning third-party approval of your book)
  • Tips to get Visibility (meaning anything that helps your book stand out amongst the millions available on Amazon and other places).

Mike Kowis is a corporate tax attorney, business law professor, frequent speaker, and nonfiction author. His award-winning titles include a self-publishing guide (14 Steps to Self-Publishing a Book), a book marketing guide (Smart Marketing for Indie Authors), a college teaching guide (Engaging College Students: A Fun and Edgy Guide for Professors), and his latest book about off-road racing with his teenage son (Texas Off-road Racing: A Father-Son Journey to a Side-by-Side Championship). Mike earned a bachelor's degree plus two law degrees and currently practices tax law in Texas. For more information, please visit www.mikekowis.com.

Bring questions, we’ll have answers!

These Zoom meetings are recorded and later posted to YouTube. Your attendance at these meetings serves as your permission to be seen in the recordings.

 

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THURSDAY, January 13, 2021 at 12:30pm Eastern / 11:30am Central / 10:30am Mountain / 9:30am Pacific.

Bring Your Lead Magnet to Life with Gamification
Mary Nunaley

Key take-aways:

  • The value of having a lead magnet
  • How adding interactivity can engage your audience
  • How behavioral design drives gamification strategy to bring results

Mary Nunaley is an ATD certified Master Instructional Designer and award-winning course developer. Mary brings a sense of playfulness and passion to everything she does and is always asking why is this happening and how can we improve it? This comes through in the work she does with her clients and the impact they are able to make with their audiences.

Bring questions, we’ll have answers!

These Zoom meetings are recorded and later posted to YouTube. Your attendance at these meetings serves as your permission to be seen in the recordings.

 

REGISTER HERE

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