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Sue L Canfield
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  • Roseville, CA
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Something About Me and My Book:
Over 25 years of experience working with small businesses. I am now an author's assistant, mostly for my husband. My first book, co-authored with my husband. is The Commonsense Virtual Assistant - Becoming an Entrepreneur, Not an Employee. This book helps virtual assistants understand what it takes to run a business.

I've also helped my husband publish his books:
The Commonsense Entrepreneur
49 Proverbs of Business Heresy
The Time is Now 11:59

and his fiction novel, Through the Fog
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http://somedaybox.com

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At 8:40pm on November 6, 2009, James and Terry Hamilton said…
We are helping a friend establish a group for folks in Cali'
If you can contribute to the writers groups feel free to do so...

CaliforniaShout may be of interest
At 12:08am on December 6, 2008, Beth Barany said…
Cool project, the indie seminars. I'm in Nor Cal, so I'm going to check it out!
At 2:47pm on November 15, 2008, Bill Walker said…
Sue does a great job in her awesome assistant role. If any of you need or want help organizing or putting a marketing plan together you need to contact her.

Her Introductory Blog package is totally worth it.
At 9:40pm on November 10, 2008, Jan LeComte said…
Have a great day Sue! Thanks for adding me as a friend :)
At 12:23pm on November 7, 2008, Beth Barany said…
You sound like an awesome assistant and an awesome potential ally. let's connect!
At 10:24pm on October 22, 2008, Bill Walker said…
Thanks for sending me the link. I think this is a good site.
At 8:04pm on October 22, 2008, Dennis AuBuchon said…
Sue,

Thanks for the comments

I have a number of articles on integrity posted on the American Chronicle web site under my name. One of the articles is The Benefits of Integrity in Business. You might find it interesting. I have a number of other articles on my web site which were published in a professional society newsletters to which I belong.
At 11:23am on October 22, 2008, Author & Book Promotions said…
Hi Sue,

I look forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,
A&BP
www.author-promotion.com

The Commonsense Virtual Assistant

My husband and I are co-writing a book, The Commonsense Virtual Assistant: Becoming an Entrepreneur, Not an Employee. The book will be released by May 1, 2009 and we will be accepting pre-orders shortly.

Many virtual assistants have the skills needed to do their jobs. However, they don't have the necessary skills to run a business. And a virtual assistant is a business owner. Our book will help an aspiring virtual assistant understand the skills necessary to run their own business.

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The Virtual Assistant: Becoming an Entrepreneur, Not an Employee

California's unemployment rate is now the highest it's been in nearly 70 years. While some are still struggling to find a new job as an employee, there are those with the entrepreneurial spirit who have decided to create their own job by becoming a business owner - an entrepreneur.



A rapidly growing industry is that of virtual assistants, also know as VAs. Though small business owners cut back on expenses and lay off employees, they still need have a need for certain tasks to be done… Continue

Posted on September 24, 2009 at 4:04pm

Spreading the word about the Short Story Contest

We've been very busy this week making sure we spread the word wide and far about the Indie Seminars Short Story Writing Contest. Our team has been contacting colleges and schools and speaking with English teachers, Directors of Students Services and Principals. Many have agreed to let us mail them a flier with all the details.



We want as many students as possible to have an opportunity to enter the contest. There is no entry fee! Learn more about the contest and the seminar at… Continue

Posted on November 14, 2008 at 11:20am — 1 Comment

Helping get the word out about Indie Seminars and independent authors

The inaugural Indie Seminars Authors' and Musicians' Seminar is happening March 28th, 2009 in Sacramento, California. The theme is Create. Control. Dream.



Our goal is to celebrate artistic creativity while educating artists of all kinds in the practical aspects of business. Join us to learn how you can reach artistic goals while retaining legal control of your art while pursuing your dreams.



I'm helping get the word out about this. Anyone who wants to be an independent… Continue

Posted on November 6, 2008 at 4:02pm — 1 Comment

 
 
 

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