How to Write and Publish Your First Book
For many of us, writing a book has been on our list of life's to-dos for quite some time. We have an idea that was either thought of long ago or recently discovered. What is keeping us from reaching our goal? Is it lack of time or just unaware of the overall process?
Each person has a story to tell . Each person has the ability to share their story through print. How do I begin the process? How do I get my book published? What is the cost? Unfortunately, understanding the overall process of bringing that book to life is something that many are lacking.
In this seminar, we will discuss the fundamentals of writing and publishing your book. We will cover the following:
Fundamentals of Publishing
Book Writing Tips and Methods
Class Size: 15 Max / Non-Smoking
Includes Pastries and Coffee
When & Where
Melvin Anderson, Founder and CEO of ItsMyCareer, is responsible for the overall vision, strategy, direction and corporate culture for the company. ItsMyCareer is a software company that provides next generation interactive career education and eLearning tools for the K-12 market. ItsMyCareer offers a comprehensive solution that allows students an opportunity to discover their individual passion, chart a path to a successful lifelong career, and connect with the business community.
Mr. Anderson has over 20 years of experience in the software and consulting industry including web based technologies, software development, and sales/consulting for a number of business sectors including K-12 educational institutions and major corporations such as Microsoft, Coca-Cola, Turner, and AT&T.
Mr. Anderson is also a public speaker and self-published author of the book titled Ladies, Front & Center! Elevate Humanity Through Self Discovery www.LadiesFrontAndCenter.net.
He serves on the Board of Advisors of Ivy Preparatory Academy (One of Georgia’s Most Successful Charter Schools with three campuses), Board of Directors of Georgia Avenue Community Ministry (a nonprofit organization that provides supplemental food to families in the Atlanta area), and Board of Directors of the African American Golf Foundation (a non-profit organization that uses the sport of golf within a broader youth development approach to help students excel academically, develop increased resiliency to negative environmental risk factors and develop them as junior golfers). He continues to be an active part of the community and is a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Mr. Anderson is a graduate of Southern Illinois University – Carbondale.