… and How to Avoid Them

Inventing Women, Women of Wisdom® and Women in Ecommerce are excited to present this series of teleclasses to “Help Women Get Their Book From their Head and Heart to Published Product.” Here is your chance to attend the Virtual event that is both educational and inspirational and will help you realize your own dreams and goals of Writing a Book!

This Program is The Top 5 Mistakes Beginning Authors Make and How to Avoid Them

About this session: A spark of inspiration motivates you to write a book, but it’s the decisions you make moving forward that will make or break your book’s chances for success.Passion alone isn’t enough. For your book to reap the rewards you desire, you must also be Pragmatic and take the steps that will help your book reach its highest potential. When you know the 5 most common rookie mistakes beforehand, you can save time, money, and heartache–freeing you to enjoy the exciting breakthrough process of becoming an author.

You will learn:

Why over 90% of all books published sell fewer than 99 copies a year and what to do about it.
How authors inadvertently make their books unreadable, and how you can write a page turner.
Three key steps you can take to write a book that sells.
What you can do to ensure your book actually makes a difference.
How to stay in love with your book all the way through publication and beyond.

About our Guest Expert: Robin Hoffman, MA is the Get Published Coach, helping first-time authors get published successfully. http://getpublishedcoach.com. In her more than 20 years experience publishing, marketing, and coaching, Robin has helped develop award-winning and best-selling books published by Random House, Doubleday, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Morgan James, Tendril Press, and J. Wiley & Sons, as well as self-published authors.

She did a one-year stint as acting Acquisitions Editor for Tendril Press where she evaluated manuscript submissions and cherry picked the best for publication.

Robin has researched and/or written freelance articles for The Washington Post, New York Times Magazine and Newsweek, to name a few, and worked as a newspaper reporter in Central Florida. She has a BA in Journalism from George Washington University and an MA in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. She lives in Denver with her two children, Dylan and Maya and two pugs.

Today’s session is the thirteenth in our series of interviews with best-selling authors, top editors, agents, and publishers, the Women’s Writing & Publishing Event offers writers the opportunity to meet the people who can make a difference in their writing career. These classes are sure to be an important learning experience for aspiring and seasoned writers alike.

If you are unable to attend and would like to have access to the recordings of this and a dozen other interviews, you can buy a FULL-ACCESS pass by clicking on the PayPal link below. Your investment for this series is on $17!  And if you are not happy with your purchase for ANY reason, we will give you a 100% money-back guarantee. No questions asked!

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