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Yvonne Perry's Blog – May 2008 Archive (3)

What Writers Need To Know About Publishing

Jerry D. Simmons, the author of What Writers Need To Know About Publishing, is coming to Writers in the Sky podcast on June 6, 2008 to share his experience and help authors understand what goes on inside major publishers.



Jerry has worked for 25 years for Random House and Time Warner Book Group—both major New York publishing houses. His new site, NothingBinding, is an online social networking outlet where authors may sell… Continue

Added by Yvonne Perry on May 18, 2008 at 10:36am — 2 Comments

Writing Podcast Schedule for June 2008

Writers in the Sky Creative Writing Services offers authors a chance to be heard on the Internet through their podcast on writing, publishing, and book marketing. The guest authors for June 2008 include:



June 6

Jerry Simmons, the author of What Writers Need To Know About Publishing, is coming to Writers in the Sky podcast on June 6, 2008 to share his experience and help authors understand what goes on inside major publishers. Jerry… Continue

Added by Yvonne Perry on May 9, 2008 at 7:30am — No Comments

Writing, Publishing and Book Marketing Newsletter

Hello everyone. The May issue of my newsletter is ready for you to read online at http://www.leedesign.org/?id=47&page=Newsletter. Here is the list of items included:



Evaluate the Profit Power of Your Next Book Title by Roger C. Parker

WITS Podcast Schedule May 2008

May 2 John Tobin

May 9 Roger Parker

May 16 Tim Stewart

May 23 Amy Martin

May 30 Christina Hamlett

Thirteen Rules for Publicizing Your Book by Mark David Gerson

Speaking Out… Continue

Added by Yvonne Perry on May 6, 2008 at 6:18pm — No Comments

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