Wednesday, December 28, 2011

An Unusual Interview Opportunity

I love to learn from others who have spent years in publishing—and especially those rare individuals who have written many books and become bestselling authors. One of my long-term friends is Jerry B. Jenkins. He has written more than 175 published books and sold over 70 million books including over 62 million in the Left Behind series.
Jerry’s diverse career has included stints as a sportswriter, photographer, sports editor, magazine editor, magazine publisher, book editor, book publisher, biographer, marriage and family author, syndicated cartoon strip writer, and graduate school writing instructor.
On Thursday, January 5, 2012, at 5 p.m. PST, 8 p.m. EST, I’ll be interviewing Jerry in a FREE 70-minute teleseminar. During our interview, I will be encouraging listeners to learn about and get a copy of the 27th Edition of The Christian Writers Market Guide. Last year, Jerry took over the authorship of this critical reference book from our friend Sally E. Stuart.
Everyone who registers for this free event at: http://askjerryjenkins.com will be able to ask Jerry a question about writing or marketing. I’ll use these questions to grill Jerry during the teleseminar.
In addition to asking a question, for registering, you will receive a chapter from Jenkins’ book Writing for the Soul called Pursuing Publication. This free 24-page Ebook is immediately available when you register for the event.
If you can’t make the LIVE event on January 5th, I encourage you to go ahead and register for the event. If you don’t have a question, just say “no question” and reach the confirmation page where you can download Jerry’s free Ebook. Why go ahead and register? The event will be recorded. Shortly after the teleseminar, everyone who registers will receive the link to the recording. Then on your own schedule, you can listen to the replay recording on your computer or iPod.
I’m looking forward to the January 5th event at: http://askjerryjenkins.com and hope to speak with you soon.
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