It's the first Wednesday of the month and time for a post from all the folks in the Insecure Writers Support Group. (IWSG)
What is IWSG? Founder of IWSG and author Alex J Cavanaugh explains the group's purpose is "to share and encourage. Writers can express doubts and concerns without fear of appearing foolish or weak. Those who have been through the fire can offer assistance and guidance. It’s a safe haven for insecure writers of all kinds!"
After visiting here, please take time to hop over to other blogs and hear their voices. You can find the list of participants at Alex's IWSG page.
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I am drowning in information overload. Just wrapping up a marketing workshop with D'vorah Lansky, the Book Challenge, and beginning a new workshop with Connie Dunn, Writers University Boot Camp.
I signed up for these workshops to become a better writer and marketer. I must admit the workshops have stretched my world. I am all geeked up about what I am learning and anxious to try out ALL the tips I've collected and insights into marketing from D'vorah.
She includes teleseminars in her workshop and suggests they are excellent ways to market your book. D'vorah especially enjoys the audio idea of interviewing authors or being interviewed.
Now we come to my insecurity this week--actually hosting or guesting on a teleseminar. Does anyone have any experience in this? What is your nugget of advice for a fledgling teleseminar host or guest?
Thanks so much for your input!
BTW, Visitors, we will be camping without wi-fi access this week along the beautiful shores of Lake Michigan. I may get on the Internet if I leave the wilds of the woods and beaches, so I will catch up to comments when I can. Thanks for stopping!