Sunday, Jan 22 2 – 4 p.m.
At the Lafayette Library and Learning Center
Three successful non-fiction authors will tell you how they turned their specialized knowledge into successful books – and careers. Find out from these three pros:
- · How to develop a strong non-fiction book proposal
- · Tips on the best ways to share your knowledge
- · Go beyond the book by building your speaking and online platform
All the participating authors are members of the California Writers Club which is co-hosting this presentation.
Nannette Rundle Carroll is the author of The Communication Problem Solver. She’s been featured in Investors Business Daily’s “10 Secrets to Success” leadership column and has appeared on radio shows and podcasts as a communication expert and trains professionals in communication and management.
Patricia Evans is the author of five books on dealing with verbal abuse and overly controlling people. As a specialist in interpersonal communication, she has spoken about managing verbal abuse on more than two hundred radio shows, and 20 national television programs, including the Oprah. She is also a consultant, speaker and trainer.
Catherine Accardi is the author of three books in Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America series, Walnut Creek, San Francisco’s North Beach and Telegraph Hill, and San Francisco Landmarks. Catherine turned her interest and knowledge of local history into award winning books. Arcadia Publishing has been awarded the prestigious William C. Ralston Award by the San Francisco Historical Society for these popular local history volumes.
A Writer’s Place is a program of the Friends of the Lafayette Library
http://www. AWritersPlace .com
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