Key to Profitable ePublishing & Social Media for Writers with Bestselling author Julie Fast

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Key to Profitable ePublishing & Social Media for Writers with Bestselling author Julie Fast

Time: June 1, 2013 from 10am to 12pm
Location: Central Point City Hall Council Chambers
Street: 140 S. 3rd St.
City/Town: Central Point
Phone: [email protected]
Event Type: writing, presentation, &, workshop
Organized By: Alissa Lukara/Carol Ovenburg
Latest Activity: May 27, 2013

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Southern Oregon Willamette Writers presents  

Bestselling Author & ePublishing/Mental Health Expert Julie A. Fast on the the Key to Profitable ePublishing and Social Media for Writers  

When: June 1, 2013, morning talk: 10 to 12, afternoon workshop 1:30 to 4:30     

Where: Central Pt. City Hall Council Chambers, 140 S. 3rd St., Central Pt

Keys to Making a Profit with the ePublishing Revolution

Julie A Fast Learn how the ePublishing revolution affects your writing future. Julie has had a successful, profitable writing career publishing and promoting eBooks and print books. She shares how she started an eBook website and worked with agents and top publishers. 

  • Explore how the rise of ePublishing affects your writing
  • Decide if you need an agent.
  • Should you go for a publishing deal or self publish?
  • Cover your publishing options: print, online, Kindle, apps, tablets, phones
  • Explore how to make a profit? Julie shows how it is possible.

 Morning: ($5.00 for visitors) 10:00-12:00 (networking at 9:30).

 Social Media Marketing for Writers Only!        

Learn how to use a personal social media plan to create a bestseller without getting overwhelmed! Having a plan means you have more time for writing! This workshop covers:

  • Social media tools used by writers-  blogs, Facebook, You Tube
  • How to use social media to create a bestseller. Learn how Julie got the #1 Kindle book in her category.
  • Discover the power of a smart phone.
  • Julie will take you through her complete ePublishing business - from webpages and blogs to social media & more.  

Afternoon: ($30.00 members, $35 visitors) 1:30-4:30.

Julie A. Fast is a world leading mental health expert and the bestselling author of Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder, Take Charge of Bipolar Disorder, Get it Done When You're Depressed. Her books have sold over 150,000 copies and her websites have received over one million visitors. Julie is now on the Oprah and Dr. Oz created website She is an expert in ebooks and digital media.  

Pre-registration is suggested. For info & to pre-register, go to: Contact Carol Ovenburg at
[email protected]

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