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 Export to Your Calendar 11/1/2017
When: Wednesday, November 1, 2017
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM Pacific
Where: Online via WebEx
United States
Contact: Lee Wind
310-546-1818


Online registration is available until: 11/1/2017
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About the Program:

In this session packed with practical knowledge, you’ll explore 5 areas to leverage in marketing your books on a shoestring budget:

1. Engage with Readers

2. Obtain Reviews and Publicity

3. The Power of Pre-Sales

4. Sharing Book Samples

5. Leveraging Your Website

Senior Editor of Light Messages Publishing, author, and IBPA Board Member Elizabeth Turnbull will walk you through each topic to share actionable tips and practical tools that will help you:

• Build a strong newsletter

• Engage with book clubs

• Obtain trade reviews

• Boost pre-sales using previously published titles

• Hook readers with free samples

• Build an engaging, effective website

Don’t miss out on these 5 Virtually Free Ways to Market Your Books!

 

Attend live to get your questions answered, vote in our polls, and enter a drawing to win one of three great prizes! We hope you'll join us...

Can’t attend this webinar? Sign up anyway and watch the prerecorded session at a time suitable to you.

About the Presenter:

Elizabeth Turnbull is the Senior Editor and Partner at Light Messages Publishing. Elizabeth has worked with Light Messages for three years, and under her tenure, the press has added Torchflame Books, a new hybrid imprint, and expanded to more than 20 titles a year, many of which have gone on to be award winners and bestsellers in their categories.

Elizabeth is the author of Say to These Mountains, a biography about the life and work of Wallace Turnbull, a pioneer in Haitian missions and development. She is also the author of two children’s titles set in Haiti, where she was born and raised: Bonnwit Kabrit and Janjak and Freda Go To The Iron Market.

Prior to joining Light Messages, she ran a marketing and fundraising company for nonprofits. Elizabeth studied Spanish and Journalism at Wake Forest University in North Carolina and received her MA in Latin American and Caribbean Studies from Florida International University.

Elizabeth currently lives in Hillsborough, North Carolina with her husband.

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