Brain Burps About Books Podcast #171
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In this week’s episode you’ll hear
- a lot about Hangouts For Business with Brandee Sweesy in the interview with this Google Plus Hangout Expert and Producer.
- a reminder to mark your calendars: How to Promote Your Children’s Book: Tips, Tricks, and Secrets to Create a Bestseller launches on Amazon on March 25th! Help celebrate the publication (finally!) of the second jam-packed edition by signing up for the Q&A webinar here! I’m giving away $125 worth of tools to support writers to anyone who buys a copy of my book from Amazon from March 25 – 31. All you have to do is submit your receipt to email@example.com.
- Julie Falatko review Baby Penguins Love Their Mama by Melissa Guion.
Where to come see me in April
- April 19th – Children’s Literary Salons, hosted by the esteemed New York Public Librarian, toast of the town, and Fuse #8 creator Betsy Bird. Get more information here.
- April 24th – American Society of Journalists and Authors – Find out more here.
- May 2-4 – Eastern PA SCBWI Chapter Spring writer’s retreat at the Highlights Foundation with Patti Gauch, Susan Campbell Bartoletti, Matt Phelan, Suzie Townsend and Viana Siniscalchi.
- May 14th. 6-8pm The panel is co-presensted by Barrington Books and the Barrington Public Library. With these writers, too: Bianca Turetsky, Annie Cardi, Katie Cotungo, Tara Sullivan
In the interview with Brandee Sweesy
- WARNING: There is curse uttered.
- we poke and hope.
- find out how to apply marketing strategies.
- discover where you should watch a hangout. (Hint: Here’s one place: mine are here at KatieDavis.tv or go straight to the Lunch ‘n Learn playlist here)
- find out why you shouldn’t get the new Keynote.
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