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    How to write your book in a weekend

    Saturday, June 20th, 2009


    Is it takin
    g youblack-woman-on-computer2 longer to write your book

    than you ever expected … a lot longer?

    If so, you’re invited to a free telephone

    seminar on Thursday, June 25th with a woman

    who’s developed a unique system for writing

    a quality non-fiction book in a weekend!

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    Discover the speed writing system she’s

    used to help 238 authors get their books

    done quickly. Yes YOU can too! You are one

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    To your success,

    Pam Perry, Your PR Coach

    P.S. For PR tools and resources go to: http://www.e-junkie.com/pamperry (Get free mp3 for PR Boot Camp Orientation call) Next Class starts July 14!

    5 Different Kinds of Articles You Can Write to Promote Your Book

    Thursday, May 21st, 2009

    Writing articles to promote your book can be a super way to let readers know
    about your area of expertise and encourage them to learn more by purchasing your
    book.

    Write articles to promote your book

    Write articles to promote your book

    Here are 5 different kinds of articles you can write that will make it easy for you to put together a portfolio of articles to promote your book.

    1. How To articles are always fun and highly informational. They get right to the point and the reader is sure to take something away that they can use
    immediately.

    2. Opinion or “op-ed” is an article that is sure to get a response. This article is
    used to write a convincing and persuasive article that is opposite the popular
    viewpoints on the subject matter.

    3. Reflection articles are interesting because the writer is able to pour out the feelings and emotions from a particular experience in a free way.

    4. Case Study articles present a problem and then lay out how it was solved by a certain person or group.

    5. Compilation articles are basically the opinions or questions and answers of
    multiple sources compiled into one article to present a message.
    Take the time to decide which article type is best for you and enjoy the
    benefits of using articles to promote your book.

    See all my articles at Ezine Articles on book marketing and publicity.

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    an email if you have questions.

    Self-Publishing is NOT a bad thing. 12 Authors Who Originally Self-Published

    Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

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    These famous best-selling authors self published for the same reasons that you
    should consider choosing as an option to achieving your publishing dream.

    Lack of money and resources, wanting creative control, wanting to get published
    faster and being rejected multiple times by publishing houses are all normal
    reasons to self publish.  And that’s not a BAD thing to do!

    It is obvious by this list that self publishing can be a wonderful way to get your foot
    in the door leading to a successful writing career that can change lives for years to come!

    Here are 12 authors who did it…recognize any of these authors?

    1. TD Jakes (pictured above)
    2. Ken Blanchard
    3. Benjamin Franklin
    4. Earnest Hemingway
    5. Spencer Johnson
    6. Stephen King
    7. Edgar Allen Poe
    8. William Strunk
    9. Henry David Thoreau
    10 Mark Twain
    11 Walt Whitman
    12 Omar Tyree

    Resources:  See www.e-junkie.com/pamperry for Publishing & Promotion seminar

    by Pam Perry & Omar Tyree