Drop In to the dream of becoming an author. How does the book publishing business actually work? If you’re ready to tell your story, what’s the best way to do it? Do you need help crafting this tale? What about workshopping – is that helpful? When are you ready to show your work to a developmental or copy editor? The time may be now.
If you’ve finished your manuscript, what are the next steps? Place your book in the context of the marketplace and decide, who is your audience? What’s the best platform to publish your work? Podcast, electronic or paper bound book? Are you well-versed in developing your book proposal? That means having your agent pitch down. Once you’ve secured an agent, what’s the optimal venue to get your book published, with all the support it needs to be seen and heard in media outlets? Whether through traditional, hybrid, indie presses, or a combination, we’ll bring you the experts in the fields of book coaching, agenting, editing, legal advice, publishing, and publicists, plus resources on the craft of writing. No matter what route you take, your best bet is to get educated. Drop In to how stories are made.
In the end, we’ll all become stories.
(Summary by Margaret Atwood)
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J. Elle, Author of Wings of Ebony
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Jen Hutchinson, author of Motherling: A Walk
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- Diane Dewey is an on-air host at VoiceAmerica.com with her show, Dropping In which has become one of the most listened to podcasts in the personal growth space of Identity and discovery of who we are. She’s the author of the 2019 award winning memoir, Fixing the Fates. She’s contributed articles about living as an adoptee and questioning identity in over twenty on-line journals.
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- New York Times Bestseller will drop in with us to talk about the making of "Fly Girl" An entertaining and fascinating memoir of “gifted storyteller” (People) Ann Hood’s adventurous years as a TWA flight attendant named one of Spring 2022's "Most Anticipated Books" by Apple Books In 1978, in the tailwind of the Golden Age of air travel, flight attendants were the epitome of glamor and sophistication.
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"Diane, your questions helped me think about my book in new ways. Thank you for this amazing opportunity!"
Debra Thomas, author of Luz, A Novel
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Celeste Viciere, Author of Relationship Goals & 365 Days of Intentional Living
"What an interview, Diane. Your questions were insightful and distinctive. It's clear the book spoke to you and I really appreciate how skillfully you teased out a discussion that will allow it to speak to your listeners as well."
Rita Dragonette, author of The Fourteenth of September