Networking for Writers: How to Make Connections that Lead to Readers





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Published on Sep 20, 2019

Most people think networking means walking into a room of strangers and laying it on super thick. You know, bragging about yourself, tooting your own horn as loudly as possible, and naming off a list of accomplishments like a walking dating profile.

Newsflash: This is not what successful networking looks like.
In this video I explain how networking for authors can be as easy as developing a new friendship. No smarmy self-aggrandizing, feel of uneasiness or dread required.

Successful networking is all about finding common ground.

In this video I will share:
● The networking practices I’ve seen work BEST for authors
● What is exchanged in a successful networking relationship
● Ways to properly nurture and maintain your new friendship
● My 4 Never Ever, Evers – things you must NEVER do when attempting to network
● And more!

So please, put on something presentable and join me for the stimulating conversation in this video! You will be so glad you attended.

For more information and to have a free call with a real live book editor, visit us at knliterary.com


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