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How to Structure Your Book – Get Published Peer2Peer

June 21, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Too Many Ideas To get Started?

Do you have so many ideas that you just can’t corral them into a manageable few? Or maybe you know exactly what your content will be, but don’t know where to start. How long or short can a book be? How many chapters should it have? What tone and voice to use? Illustrations or not? This presentation by a seasoned editor will help you get your plan mapped out. 


Susan Crossman is a writer and adventuress who lives to harness the power of a good story well told. In recent years she has gone ziplining in Costa Rica, luging down a mountain in New Zealand, and trekking in the hills north of Khatmandu. She has hiked among the ruins of Macchu Pichu, danced until dawn at a London nightclub and enjoyed a Christmas Day picnic in the south of France.

Having written five traditionally-published books herself, Susan works as a book coach and editor to help other forward-thinking entrepreneurs polish their stories to make a difference in the world. Find out more: crossmancommunications.com | awakeningauthor.com

About the Get Published Peer2Peer

How can you establish your authority with your clients, prospects, and peers, as well as position yourself in your industry as THE trusted expert? By writing a book! In this digital age, a legacy medium like a printed book is still relevant and impressive. But how to get started? Who to trust with your project? How will you promote, distribute and sell? These topics and more will be covered in our round-table discussions led by publishing experts and local authors of successful titles.
Afterwards you are invited to stay at ACE Coworking to work at a Hot Desk spot, or stick around in the lounge to carry on the publishing conversation further. Coffee / tea provided.
Space is Limited – REGISTER HERE>>


June 21, 2019
9:00 am - 10:30 am
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ACE Coworking
295 Robinson Street
Oakville, ON L6J 1G7 Canada
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