In this issue . . .
-- John Kremer's People You Should Know teleseminar series
-- All Headline News book reviews
-- specialty retailers
-- author success story
-- an interview with John Kremer
John Kremer's People You Should Know teleseminar series
I'm hosting a weekly teleseminar where I interview someone I think you
should know - 1. Because you will learn some useful tips from them and
2. because they offer a service or product I think might help you market
your books more effectively. The primary purpose of the teleseminars
will be to teach you practical and effective book marketing tips.
This series of teleseminars will take place every Wednesday at 8:00 p.m.
Eastern, 5:00 p.m. Pacific, for the next 12 months. If you can make the
live teleseminars, you'll be able to ask questions. But every teleseminar
will be available for you to listen to again online any time during the
next two years.
Here are the next people I'll be featuring in this series . . .
December 9th - Bob Burg, author of Endless Referrals, The Success
Formula, and The Go-Giver - How to build a Relationship Leveraging
Machine and create Personal Walking Ambassadors for your books. This
was a great seminar for both business book authors and novelists.
If you sign up now, you can still listen in on this wonderful seminar.
December 16th - John Harricharan, bestselling author of When You
Walk on Water, Take the Boat and co-author of The Power of Simplicity.
And founder of AuthorsUniversity.com.
December 23rd - Bill Quain, bestselling author of Overcoming Time
Poverty, 10 Rules to Break, 10 Rules to Make, and Pro-Sumer Power.
December 30th - Jeanne Hurlbert and Joan Stewart, founders of
MySocialMediaExpert.com and MySocialNetworkExpert.com.
January 5th - Mark Victor Hanson, bestselling co-author of the
Chicken Soup for the Soul series as well as founder of the Mega Book
Marketing Universities. Has sold over 157 million books worldwide. His
newest venture is WealthyWritersWisdom.com. Special day (Tuesday)
and time (6:00 p.m. Eastern).
January 6th - Rick Frishman, co-founder of Planned TV Arts, president
of Morgan James Publishing, and creator of the Author 101 Universities.
January 13th - Brad Walton, radio personality, media consultant,
author, and speaker. Founder of AuthorConversations.com and author of
How Does the Heart Know Love?
January 20th - Frank Marquette, director of Light Box Trailers. He will
talk about how authors can promote their books with video.
January 27th - Joel Bauer, founder of Infotainer.com.
February 3rd - Robert Allen, bestselling author of Multiple Streams
of Income and many other titles. On Regis, he took someone out of
the studio audience and made them $20,000 richer in less than 90
days. On live TV, he promised to make $24,000 in 24 hours. He failed.
He made $94,532.44 instead. Alas. More interesting stories to come.
February 10th - Dharmesh Shah, founder and CTO of HubSpot and
developer of Book.Grader.com.
February 17th - Phyllis Zimbler Miller, founder of MillerMosaicPower
Marketing.com and author of What You Should Know about Launching
a Book on the Web.
February 24th - Sharon Williams, founder of The 24 Hour Secretary
and the International Association of Virtual Author Assistants.
March 3rd - Marika Flatt, founder of PR by the Book.
March 10th - Kathi Dunn and Ron "Hobie" Hobart, book cover
designers with Dunn & Associates Design. Book covers are marketing
tools that impact the success of books.
March 17th - Jackie Lapin, founder of Life Wisdom Network and
March 24th - Alex Carroll, creator of the RadioPublicity.com program
and guest on over 1,200 radio shows during the past ten years.
April 7th - Michelle Tennant Nicholson, founder of Wasabi Publicity,
PitchRate.com, PublicityResults.com, and StorytellerToTheMedia.com.
April 28th - Joanna Penn, creator of the Author 2.0 Blueprint and
The Creative Penn blog on writing and publishing.
June 2nd - Judith Briles, author, speaker, and consultant.
June 9th - Ellen Reid, book shepherd.
June 16th - Jeff Rivera, novelist, founder of GumboWriters.com.
If you'd like to take part in this incredible series of teleseminars (there
will be at least 52 of them), you can sign up for less than $1 per seminar
by clicking here: http://bit.ly/jwu6K.
Again, the next teleseminar will be on Wednesday, December 16th, so
sign up soon. Each teleseminar starts at 8:00 p.m. Eastern. Note:
there will be time for you to ask questions of me as well as my guest.
Sign up now by clicking here: http://bit.ly/jwu6K
For more info: http://www.bookmarket.com/friendsteleseminars.htm
All Headline News book reviews
All Headline News, one of the top 30,000 websites in the world, reviews
books as part of its syndicated news and content. The following staff
members review books:
Joanna Mazewski, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Danielle George, email: email@example.com
William Brown, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: All Headline News, 2771 Vista Parkway #F6, West Palm Beach
FL 33411; 800-644-0508.
I don't know how many books they review each month, nor how large an
audience they reach. You can call to ask. You can also email the book
reviewers to see which one might be interested in reviewing your book.
Here are a few specialty retailers who sell books as well as gifts, DVDs,
videos, supplies, and related items.
Cargo Bay Store, Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center, 1100 N Plum
Street, Hutchison, Kansas 67501; 620-662-2305, ext. 307. Email:
email@example.com. Web: http://www.cosmospherestore.com.
Features space and science gifts.
Explore Store, Exploration Place, 300 N McLean Boulevard, Wichita,
Kansas 67203; 316-660-0630; Fax: 316-660-0670. Web:
http://www.exploration. org. Science gifts.
Kansas Aviation Museum Gift Shop, Velda Marcum, Gift Shop Manager,
3350 S George Washington Boulevard, Wichita, Kansas 67210 ; 316-683-9242, ext. 24; Fax: 316-683-0573. Email: veldamarcum@kansasaviation
museum.org. Web: http://www.kansasaviationmuseum.org. Features
aviation themed books, toys, children's gifts, apparel, etc.
People's Grocery, 523 South 17th Street, Manhattan, Kansas 66502;
785-539-4811; Fax: 785-539-9671. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web: http://www.peoplesgrocery.biz. Features local, natural, and
organic goods as well as some related health books and cookbooks.
Moving to a new location in the spring.
Quilting on the Square, Mary Pfeiler, 108 West 5th Street, Holton,
Kansas 66436; 785-364-4050. Email: email@example.com.
Web: http://www.quiltingonthesquare.com. Quilting supplies, books,
fabrics, and more.
Sunflower Quilt Shop, Attn: Linda, 718 Oregon Street, Hiawatha,
Kansas 66434; 785-742-4343. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Web: http://www.sunflowerquiltshop.net. Quilting supplies, books,
fabrics, and more.
Wild Things Gift Shop, Dillon Nature Center, 3002 East 30th Avenue,
Hutchison, Kansas 67502; 620-663-7411; Fax: 620-663-7498. Web:
http://www.dillonnaturecenter.com. Science and nature gifts.
author success story
I received the following email note from Kenn Amdahl of Clearwater
Publishing in Colorado. Congrats, Kenn!
On December 6, Gareth Branwyn, senior editor of Make magazine
mentioned my book, There Are No Electrons, as "one of his all time
favorites." There was also a link on that page to a New York Academy
of Science podcast from November 27 called "Great Science Reads" in
which seven scientists recommend books. Beginning at 10 minutes and
38 seconds into this, they interview Dean Kamen (inventor of the
Segway self balancing human transport) via his cell phone, and he
recommends one book, Calculus for Cats by myself and Jim Loats.
I thought that was pretty cool.
You can check out the blog comment and podcast at these links:
Blog comment by Branwyn: http://bit.ly/8gTmLs
NYAS Podcast: http://bit.ly/7IAFER
an interview with John Kremer
The following blog features an interview with me (John Kremer). Check
out the blog, and add a comment if you like.
How does one become a butterfly? You must want to fly so much
that you are willing to give up being a caterpillar. — Trina Paulus
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