Why is it that writing a story, a book, or an article seems like child's play compared to writing a synopsis or a sales page? Despite fewer words on the page, writing a succinct summary or sales pitch can bring on much more anxiety. How do we get over this?
Copywriter and author Bryan Cohen is back at IWOC to guide you through the process of writing short, snappy words to help you get more clients and sell more books. Since starting his agency in 2015, Bryan and his team have written over 2,000 book descriptions for authors in every conceivable genre. Now during another rollicking hour, Bryan will share some of his best tips for selling yourself and your words without feeling sleazy.
By the end of the hour-long chat, you'll know how to cut straight to the point. Enough said.
Networking, with snacks and beverages, begins at 5:00 p.m., followed by the program at 6:00 p.m.
The meeting is free for IWOC members. Non-members pay $10 with online preregistration/payment or $15 at the door.
All attendees are welcome to join us for a buy-your-own dinner at a nearby restaurant after the meeting.
IWOC monthly meetings are held in Room 4F at the Gratz Center, 126 E. Chestnut Street, adjacent to the historic Fourth Presbyterian Church (see map, below).
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