Author U’s Dinner and a Program June 16th

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The Author’s Platform: Implementing Yours
June 16

An Author’s Platform requires vision . yours. It is not about who you know, but who knows of and about you. Author Platforms are about Influence . Expertise . Vision.

When Judith Briles created/stumbled into hers, she had no idea it would lead to where she was headed. Over 25 years, revenues exceeded $4,000,000 (that’s million) from book sales (traditional, independent, and foreign), speaking gigs, consulting and being a spokesperson for several companies. Her 28 books have supported her family, built her house, allowed her to answer to herself-not to others.

Mara Purl converted her highly successful BBC radio program to book format. Who knew that it would morph into a buzzed-about women’s fiction series. The Milford-Haven novels are ready to jump into the "big time" with a publishing partnership. New covers, expanded novels . book five is in the works

When Alyson Stanfield decided to come out of her "art shell" as a museum curator, she emerged as an art advocate, workshop leader and art consultant, showing her art clients how to brand, promote and run a business. Her highly acclaimed, I’d rather be in the studio! is the go-to book for any artist who doesn’t want to starve. Alyson’s blog at www.ArtBizCoach.com is creative, full of content and has a huge following. When her book was ready to book . the blog led the way.

Kerry MacLean knows kids. Her expertise is children’s books with titles including Kids Over Boulder, Pigs Over Denver, Pigs Over Colorado and Pigs Over Shambhala. Her latest is Moody Cow Meditates. Kerry is a wonderful story teller and delights in brainstorming new book ideas with many of the children that she meets in her classroom visits-something that she has done for many

Register Now: www.AuthorU.org
Cost: $35, increases on Tuesday
Dinner: 6:30 pm
Program: 7:00 pm
Location: Hilton Garden Inn, DTC, 7675 E Union Ave., Denver

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