By Jennifer S. Wilkov, host of the “Your Book Is Your Hook!” Show on WomensRadio
Beth Kallman Werner, the founder and President of Author Connections, and Susan Magnuson Walsh, author of “Walking In Broken Shoes: A Nurse’s Story About Haiti and The Earthquake” & co-founder of the non-profit organization, Little By Little, will appear as guests on the Your Book Is Your Hook! Show on WomensRadio.com.
Ms. Werner will talk about some of the biggest mistakes authors are making with their book marketing and some strategies she wishes more authors would use.
Ms. Walsh will talk about what it took to write about her experience at the epicenter of the earthquake in Haiti, how she got her memoir published and how she’s using her book as her hook to let others know how they can help the people there with the aftermath and specifically with their access to much needed medical care.
NEW YORK, NY (January 18th – January 24th, 2011): Beth Kallman Werner will talk with radio personality and host Jennifer S. Wilkov about some of the biggest mistakes she’s seeing authors make with their book marketing.
Ms. Werner will also comment on some of the more popular marketing strategies that may or may not work for authors and other strategies that she wishes more authors would use. She’ll also share her perspective of the future of the book publishing industry and book marketing as a whole.
Susan Magnuson Walsh is a pediatric nurse practitioner, a clinical instructor of graduate nursing at the University of Illinois at Chicago and the co-founder of the non-profit organization, Little By Little, which ministers to those who need improved health and well-being, specifically in Haiti. She will discuss with radio personality and host Jennifer S. Wilkov why she wrote her new book and memoir, Walking In Broken Shoes: A Nurse’s Story about Haiti and the Earthquake, and how she was able to write about her experience of being at the epicenter of the earthquake in Haiti and its aftermath.
Ms. Walsh will also talk about how she got her story published and why it’s important for those who experience such unimaginable moments to write about them. She’ll also share how she’s using her book as her hook to let others know about her non-profit organization, Little By Little, and how they can help with the aftermath of the earthquake, the people of Haiti and their recovery from the devastating result, and specifically with their access to much-needed medical care.
Host Jennifer S. Wilkov will discuss how to put your memoir to good use during her Education Corner segment on the show.
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