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The College Of William & Mary In Va.
WCWM is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 90.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Williamsburg, VA.
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HOW TO WRITE YOUR BOOK AND GET IT PUBLISHED
10:30 am to Noon Wednesday March 3 at the Williamsburg Virginia Library auditorium
More than 300,000 books are published in the US with the majority of sales made by authors with names like Robert Ludlum, , James Michener, Wlliam F. Buckley and Julia Child. Hal Gieseking, former travel reporter of CBS Morning News and author of 17 fiction and nonfiction books. is presenting this program based on his recorded conversations of these and other best selling authors over a ten year period. Lessons he learned and will share with writers and everyone who loves to read.
Robert Ludlum told him that age doesn’t matter. “I was 40 years old before I first started thinking about writing a book. My wife Miriam said, If you don’t do it you will regret it the rest of your life.” In that first year he had no regrets, selling thousands of his first Ludlum mystery book followed by 14 other books published in 40 different languages in 30 countries.
Everyone who attends will receive a white paper on the ways these writers succeeded and ten steps you can take in researching, writing and marketing your first book (much harder than writing it}.
To register visit Jill Whitten - Program Coordinator Williamsburg Area Learning Tree (WALT)
3051 Ironbound Road Williamsburg, VA 23185-2391 757-220-9975 firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also bring first chapters or outlines of your first novel. The three best will be reviewed and published on the authors his bookstore website. Fee is $15. You will be in good writing company for about the price of a fast food breakfast hamburger; Food for thought.
For more information or a phone interview, call Hal Gieseking at 757 2202476. He will start by telling you some true stories of his morning working with two masters, Diane Sawyer and Bill Kurtis, and his wild breakfast with Mickey Mantle.
By: Hal Gieseking on February 20, 2015
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