Continuing Education

November 7, 2012 by  
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I have listened to 6 teleseminars, watched 5 webcasts and read more than 500 pages about publishing, internet marketing, audio and video production and advertising concepts! Whew! There is more than enough information to plow through and I take on the responsibility to dig in and find the best of all resources for you.

One of the new resources is an 18 x 24 four color poster of your book with lamination for $4 – not bad, huh? You can use the posters as back drops or table decorations when you do book signings and trade shows. I’m also going to use mine for background scenery for my videos.

Oh yea, video . . . one more thing that you’re going to want to tackle. But no worries, I working on a couple of cool resources for you there too!

Keep coming back to creative impressions press as you will always find new ideas and teleseminars that will help you in your book marketing!

This week I listened to Kathleen Gage interview John Kremer, author of 1001 Ways to Promote your book. Mark Victor Hansen and Jack Canfield, of Chicken Soup fame, revealed that they purchased two books and pasted each page around their office and checked off each and every idea until they reached the very last idea. They credit the book to a major portion of their success.
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I Love to Write

November 2, 2012 by  
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November is I Love to Write month and specifically November 15th is the tenth anniversary of I Love to Write day! This is an event formulated by John Riddle who has for all intense and purposes, taken it upon himself to inspire more than 11,000 schools and writing groups to focus on writing.

The joy and discipline of writing consistently to be more precise! John has published more than 34 books and has worked as a ghostwriter on numerous projects.

Writing is a passion for those who have published articles, ebooks and conventional books. Whether you are an aspiring fiction or non fiction writing, the passion comes from the same desire to craft words in a fashion others will appreciate, read, share and remember long after they have read the material.

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