How to pitch and market a book

There’s a brief Q&A with me on ahead of another outing for my one-day course,How to pitch and market a book. This will be running on 27 October from 10am-5pm, and is once again in the very pleasant surroundings of The Frontline Club in Paddington.

The last course was rated a success by those who attended, with the section in which we all critique the pitches delegates have brought along seen as especially valuable. The day is a mix of show and tell advice and group discussion, and the idea is to provide hard advice while also boosting confidence and promoting a productive group dynamic.

I’ve added a permanent link to this blog’s sidebar which takes you straight to the booking form if you’re interested.

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