There are some storytelling and execution problems that leave literary agents and readers cold. Join me in June to learn what they are and how to set yourself up for a warm reception.
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Your Vision, Your Voice: How to Think Like and Work with a Developmental Editor (SOLD OUT & rated 9.67 out of 10 by Idaho Writers Guild Literary Luncheon attendees!)
Writing and Book Awards: The Why, Which, and When (to help you sell more books)
Micro Blogging for Authors: Develop Your Brand and Sell More Books (Rated 9.5 out of 10 by attendees!)
Writing Memoir: Find the Story in Your History (for aspiring authors, always an audience pleaser)
Editing Memoir: The Difference between Commercial and Legacy Memoir (for professional editors)
Be So Good They Can’t Ignore You: How to Develop Your Craft and Create a Brand that Opens Doors
From No to Go! How to Build Your Brand and Write a Competitive Book Proposal
Quiet Influence: Brand Building and Power Networking for Introverts
The Approachable Vegan: How to Talk Your Walk without Trampling Others
Play to Win: How to Make Your Life Imitate Your Art & Be the Hero of Your Own Journey
Real World Anthropology: How Understanding People and Their Environments Can Improve Your Experience and Outcomes
all customized to appeal to your audience and meet your goals
Writing and Book Awards: The Why, Which, and When to Help You Sell More Books (January, 2021 Video Meeting)
Nonfiction Writers Conference: Ask-a-Pro Sessions (November 2020, Sold Out)
Be So Good They Can't Ignore You: How to Develop Your Craft and Create a Brand that Opens Doors (Writers Corner, Library! at Collister, February 2020)
A Professional Approach to Writing and Editing Commercial Memoir (Idaho Editors and Writers Association, February 2020)
Writing a Legacy Memoir: Finding the Story in Your History (Hillcrest Library Boise, Idaho October 2019)
Micro Blogging for Authors: Develop Your Brand and Sell More Books (Library! at Collister Boise, Idaho October 2019 Rated 9.5 out of 10 by attendees!)
Your Vision, Your Voice: How to Think like and Work with a Developmental Editor (Idaho Writers Guild Literary Luncheon August 2019, Sold Out & Rated 9.67/10!)
The Approachable Vegan: Bringing People to the Table and Keeping Them There (Boise Self-Help Group August 2019)
The Persuasive Vegan: How to Talk Your Walk without Trampling Others (Whole Food, Plant-Based 4 Life Support Group, Boise August 2019)
Play to Win: How to Make Your Life Imitate Your Art & Be the Hero of Your Own Journey (The Aware Athlete Show August 2019)
Memoir Writing 101: Finding the Story in Your Story (Eagle Public Library January 2019)
Setting the Record Straight: How Traditional Publishing Really Works and Why You Need to Understand It (Meridian Chapter of the Nonfiction Authors Association January 2019)
Author Panel Q&A (Library! at Collister December 2018)
Genre Specialization: The Key to Editorial Excellence (Idaho Editors and Writers Association November 2018)
Secrets to Writing Authoritative and Compelling Nonfiction (Nonfiction Authors Association Teleseminar October 2018)
Anthropology at Work: Education to Employment, College to Career (Boise State University 2018)
Idaho Writers' Corner Author and Editor Panel (Library! at Collister Boise 2017)
Working with a Developmental Editor (Library! Boise 2018)
The Power of Precise Language: Choosing Words for Impact and Effectiveness (Idaho Editors and Writers Association 2017)
The Wind Up, the Pitch, and the Swing (Idaho Writers Guild 2017)
Point of View & Perspective (Library! at Collister 2017)
It's All About Pacing (Library! at Collister 2017)
Evolutionary Medicine and the Heterozygous Advantage (Idaho Health and Welfare Spring 2014 Epidemiology Conference co-presented with medical anthropologist and epidemiologist Dr. Robert Graff)
The Importance of Balancing Fixed and Variable (Smart Women, Smart Money ~2009)