If you have a story to tell or aspire to be sought after as an expert speaker in your field, this webinar is for you.
Join New York Women in Business for our fourth Author Talk, a FREE fireside chat with Marina Aris, author, speaker, podcaster, founder of the Brooklyn Writers Co., ambassador for the NYC Authors Guild. She is also the author of Running Into The Night and the soon-to be published Going Hybrid, a guide on the challenges and risks of self-publishing. The chat will be moderated by Petia Abdur-Razzaag, founder and CEO of The Stylista Group.
Then sign up for workshops afterwards and drill down into key aspects of self-publishing you should master – Turning Your Story Into A Book, Writing The First Draft, and Marketing Your Book.
Increase your chances of success even before you start writing.
Tuesday, January 11, 2022
3:00-6:00 PM ET
The webinar and post-conference networking are free.
Workshops are $20 each.
$10 donations are welcome but not required.
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Marina Aris is an author, speaker, podcaster, founder of the Brooklyn Writers Co., and an ambassador for the NYC Authors Guild. Since 2013 she has been encouraging creative people from all walks of life to pursue their passion. As a publishing strategist, she works with authors one-on-one or in small group settings to help them write, publish, market, and distribute their work. Marina is President of the Board at Pen Parentis, an organization helping parent writers continue their writing careers after starting a family. She is also a member of the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi), and the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA).
The workshops (4:00-5:00pm)
These workshops will be led by successful authors and publishers with decades of experience in the industry. They are designed to help you on the way to mastering some critical skills for publishing success.
“Turning Your Story Into A Book” with Fabienne Jacquet, disruptive innovator, founder of INNOVEVE® and author of :Venus Genius
Learn how to find the confidence to start, articulate the WHY for your book, define its audience, and find tools to help you share your story and experiences with your readers.
“4 Steps To Writing Your First Draft“ with Nilsa Crosby, a ghostwriter, nonfiction writing coach, editor, proofreader, educator, published author, and founder of Helping Writers Write and SmartiePants Publishing.
Learn how to identify the stepping stones in your story, use them to frame a working structure, and create a narrative that engages and holds a reader to the end.
“Marketing Your Book” with Marina Aris, author, speaker, podcaster, founder of the Brooklyn Writers Co., ambassador for the NYC Authors Guild
Find out how to connect with your audience and get the word about your book.
Want even more?
Free Post-Webinar Networking (5:00-6:00pm)
Join Kendra Anderson and fellow entrepreneurs for a stimulating interactive session with peers. Meet in small virtual rooms and make new connections to expand your network. Get a chance to chat, connect and build relationships that will help you and your business.
Register for this webinar, workshops and networking
The webinar and post-conference networking are free. You must register to attend. Men are welcome to attend.
$10 donations are welcome but not required.
You will get the link to the webinar and networking event in your confirmation email after you register.
This event is jointly sponsored by New York Women in Business, SCORE NYC and NAWBO.
You will get the link to the webinar and networking event in your confirmation email after you register. You will get links to the workshops you sign up for closer to the event.
This event is jointly sponsored by New York Women in Business, NAWBOand SCORE NYC.
For even more networking, consider signing up for our monthly networking sessions.
Conversations & Connections, sponsored by NAWBO and WeNYC, offers network building in an informal environment, among like-minded professional women and with the focus firmly on building relationships, not firing business cards at each other! This will be about getting to know each other as people not just business owners.
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