November Meeting: “I Published a Book” Is Not a Marketing Plan

How do you get your book noticed in a sea of books? Learn how to leverage your book’s themes, conversations, and your own passionate authenticity to target and engage your audiences. Do it right, and you’re not selling them, you’re engaging them about your shared interests and passion… and that gets your book discovered!

Please join Lee Wind, Director of Marketing and Programming for the Independent Book Publishers Association, in this hands-on exploration of your goals and the levers and tools to achieve them. The outcome? You’ll walk away with some insight, inspiration, and a not-overwhelming to-do list of what you want to tackle first in terms of marketing your book.

More About Our Speaker

Lee Wind is the Director of Marketing and Programming for the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA). A writer and book blogger himself, Lee is passionate about empowering others to have their voices heard.

Book Publishers Northwest’s meetings are free and open to anyone interested learning more about the business side of book publishing.

Our November 13 meeting starts at 6 p.m. at the Good Shepherd Center, room 221, 4649 Sunnyside N., Seattle, Washington. There is free parking on site.

2 thoughts on “November Meeting: “I Published a Book” Is Not a Marketing Plan

  1. Darn! I wish this wasn’t the same night as the Guild’s meeting. How did that happen? They usually don’t overlap. Andie Andrea Leigh Ptak Communicating Words & Images Graphic Design and Writing Services for the Discriminating Client 6542 52nd Ave So. Seattle, WA 98118 OFFICE: 206-725-9169 MOBILE: 206-300-2067 http://www.andrealeighptak.com

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  2. RosemaryJ says:

    Too early a Thanksgiving this year! We had to shift our date for that. Hopefully we’ll do this again with IBPA.

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