Got a book? Get It Published! Seminar by Laurie Helgoe, PhD. Register now and DigiSo will sponsor part of your registration fee!

Get It Published

Let’s make your book. This seminar will get you on the road to a book contract. We’ll help you get to the heart of your idea, find marketing angles, and understand the process of creating a book proposal, building a platform as an author, and pitching to literary agents. You will receive a Book It! tool kit with step-by-step guidelines, sample proposals, worksheets and resources to help you get your book idea into the hands of an agent and, ultimately, a publisher.  *(Not Self-Published)

Laurie Helgoe, Ph.D.is a writing consultant, psychologist and author five mass-market books, including Introvert Power: Why Your Inner Life is Your Hidden Strength, recipient of a Publishers Weekly starred review, and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Raising Boys. Her publishers include Penguin, Sourcebooks, and publishers for translations in Chinese, Finnish, Korean, Portuguese and Spanish. Laurie has been featured on national TV, radio, and print media, including The Wall Street JournalSeventeenChicago Tribune, and Real Simple, and wrote the cover story for the Sept-Oct 2010 issue of Psychology Today. Through her consultation practice, Book It! Consulting, Laurie helps writers find the book inside them, shape it up for pitching, and navigate the challenging road to publication. Helgoe is represented by Jessica Faust, BookEnds Literary Agency.

Level: Fundamental

Fee: $88.00 (Special DigiSo sponsored rate! Normal fee is $188.00) Space is limited to the first 12 registrants!

REGISTER HERE

Presenter: Laurie Helgoe, Ph.D.

Creators Program Units: 2

Dates & Times: Saturday Feb. 16, 2013 10:00am – 3:30pm (lunch is on your own)

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