Free Teleseminar: How to Get Your Book Published
Thursday, January 19, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (PST)
How to Get Your Book Published
If you’ve been in show business for any amount of time, I don’t have to tell you that you have to market yourself. And one way to get yourself noticed is to write and publish a book.
Join me for this free Teleseminar, “Turning your life story into a book,” where you will learn the ins and outs of writing, publishing, and marketing your book.
I consider the smartest choice I made when I was in my 30’s was to write a book. My first book, “Stand-up Comedy: The Book,” was rejected by over 52 book agents. But, finally, I met an agent who liked my book proposal and got me a deal with Random House. After my book was published, another person liked my book. Her name is Oprah Winfrey. She had me on her show, held up my book and told her viewers these words that changed my career forever, “Judy Carter can show you how to make your sense of humor pay off.” My book became a best seller and launched my career in a major way getting me over 100 appearances on TV and radio shows. Now, I’m writing my 4th book and I’ve decided to share with you how you can become an author and use your book to advance your comedy or speaking career.
In this free Teleseminar you will learn:
- How to write a book
- How funny people can use book publishing to get known
- How being an author can get you TV gigs
- What you need to have in place to get you an advance
- How to get a literary agent to take notice of you
- How to self publish for little money
Penny Nelson - Agent at Manus and Associates Literary Agency
Steve Bluestein – Comic and author of "It's So Hard To Type With A Gun In My Mouth"
Phyllis Katz – Writer/Improviser and author of "Hip Wrecked."
Dan Poynter – Author of 76 books and leading authority on book marketing, promoting and distributing.
|Judy Carter is the author of “The Comedy Bible” and is one of America's top motivational humorists, appearing on over 100 television shows including Oprah, Good Morning America, and CNN. She conducts comedy workshops worldwide as well as speaks to government groups, professional associations and Fortune 500 companies. Judy has shared stages with President Bill Clinton, Deepak Chopra, Lance Armstrong and Lily Tomlin.|