Free Virtual Author Meetings Scheduled for February

February 8: (6:30 – 7:30 pm, ET): What to Include in Your Memoir (and What to Leave Out), by Sharon Dukett. If you are writing a memoir, or thinking about it, are you struggling with what to include and what to leave out? Where to start or where to end? In this session, you will learn techniques for identifying the content that belongs in your memoir, and how to part with the stories that do not. The link to attend is: 

February 15 (6:30 – 7:30 pm, ET): Ellen Feld.  To date, Ellen has published 15 books primarily for the “tween” horse/ animal lover (9 – 12 ages).  She established her own publishing company shortly after her first book in 2001. To date Ellen has sold just over 100,000 copies of her print books. In 2008, frustrated over various review sites to consider her books for review simply because she was self-published, she started a review site, Feathered Quill Book Reviews which focused on indie authors equal recognition with mainstream published books. Feathered Quail has reviewed between three and four thousand books. In 2015, Ellen expanded Feathered Quill to include a yearly awards program. The link to attend is: 

February 20 (10:30 – 11:30 am, ET):Seven Ways To Monetize Your Book. Karen Strauss will discuss these topics: 1. Using your Book as A Business, 2. Sponsorship, 3. Developing Products, 4. Expert Positioning, 5. Speaking, 6. Creating Multiple Streams of Income, 7. Collaboration Books. The link to attend is: 

February 25 (6:30 pm ET – 7:30 pm ET): “What Publicity Can REALLY Do for You — and What it Can’t, by Penny C. Sansevieri. The link to attend is: 

Happy writing,

Dennis Schleicher – President of Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association

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Published by Dennis Schleicher - Motivational Speaker - LGBT Convert LDS Church

"Is He Nuts: Why a Gay Man Would Become a Member of the Church of Jesus Christ" By Dennis Schleicher Dennis' life has been anything but easy. The growing realization that he was gay coupled with his parents’ use of religion to justify abuse and neglect led Dennis to have a very complicated relationship with love, God, and organized religion. After suffering a violent hate crime, conversion therapy, and heartbreak after heartbreak, Dennis was desperate for love and acceptance—he just didn’t know where to find it. Walk a mile in Dennis’s shoes and see from his eyes how the only love that can truly make you whole is that of the Savior.

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