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Tips on landing a book deal

The JLove Book Publishing Seminar Series #3 presents “How Do I Get A Book Deal?” featuring highly respected publisher Richard Nash (formerly of Soft Skull Press), May 13 from 5:30−7:30 p.m. in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn (the exact location will be given to those who register).

Hear a publisher’s perspective on what you really need to get that book deal. Learn what publishers think, plus get the answers to questions, such as: How To Stand Out from the Crowd of First−Time Authors? • Should You Get An Agent? • What Goes In a Great Book Proposal? • How Do I Perfect My Pitch? • How Do I Determine the Right Publisher for Me? • Should I Self−Publish? • What Are the Pros & Cons of Going with a Small, Medium, or Big Publishing House?

Seats are limited, register today. The regular registration fee is $125, and early bird special is $100 if you register by May 5.

Register via email at jlove@jlovecalderon.com.

Mail Payments to: 1+1+1=ONE, 190 North 10th Street, Suite 303, Brooklyn, NY 11211 (make checks payable to Jennifer Calderon).

For more, contact JLove Calderon at 917−753−0186 or visit www.jlovecalderon.com.

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