The Women in Publishing Summit is a place where writers, authors, and publishing enthusiasts gather to learn and grow. With workshops led by industry leaders and experts, this event offers a wealth of knowledge and opportunities for those looking to improve their skills and advance their careers. This year, several members of the Women in Publishing Summit team are excited about attending a number of workshops that will help them to achieve their goals and gain valuable insights.
Raewyn says “I am always on the lookout for ways to help my children navigate the world and understand some of the more challenging and difficult topics.” That's why she is excited for “Writing Scary Topics for Fiction In Ways That Educate and Empower Children” workshop. As a marketing expert, she understands the power of storytelling and believes that by learning from published authors who specialize in writing about these topics for children, she can gain valuable insights on how to use books to help her own children grow and develop. She is eager to discover new resources and strategies for educating her children in a way that is both informative and empowering.
Mandi, one of our expert social media managers, is looking forward to attending Julie Broad's workshop “5 Tips To Write A Book With Marketing In Mind.” She hopes to be able to learn how to sell her book before even starting to write it, making it appealing to readers and increasing the chances of book sales and landing speaking gigs. She is confident that this workshop will provide her with the necessary tools and knowledge to weave marketing into her initial planning stages. Previously, she has struggled with the marketing aspect of her projects and books but is optimistic that this workshop will help her overcome this obstacle.
Lauren Udoh is eager to attend the workshop “Working Together: The Ghostwriting and Collaborative Writing Process.”. As an Executive Assistant, she is fascinated by the process of bringing a story to life through collaboration and is interested in learning more about how the relationship between the author and the ghostwriter works. Lauren believes that ghostwriters play a crucial role in helping people share their stories and is excited to hear all the details of this dynamic collaboration from E. Danielle, who has worked with numerous authors to bring their stories to life. She is eager to learn more about the behind-the-scenes process and how this relationship can help bring stories to life.
Pam is excited about attending Emily Enger’s session on “Minimalist Marketing”. This session aligns perfectly with Pam's goal of simplifying things this year, and she's eager to learn more about the minimalist approach to marketing. Pam believes that quality is more important than quantity, and she's looking forward to learning how to apply this principle to her marketing efforts.
Whether you are a seasoned writer or just starting out, the Women in Publishing Summit offers something for everyone. From workshops on writing scary topics for children to marketing and ghostwriting, there is no shortage of opportunities for growth and learning. Join the Women in Publishing Summit team and attend the workshops that interest you.
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