Friday, June 23, 2017 from 1:30 - 3:00 PM
David Hazard has spent nearly 40 years in and around the publishing industry, presenting and reviewing manuscript proposals in publishing committee meetings with major companies. "Too often, good books 'miss the mark' and are not accepted - not because of the manuscript itself, but because the pitch and proposal is weak. That's a tragedy."
The workshop presents an insider's understanding of what it takes to get "yes" votes from key players in the publishing review process.
"Sitting in" on a virtual publishing committee meeting, you'll learn how to grab each player's attention, and the whole process of review leading up to that hoped-for "brass ring" - a contract.
Registration deadline: June 20, 2017
David Hazard is founder of ASCENT, an international coaching program for authors, with clients worldwide. He has been an author, publishing consultant, and writing and creativity coach since 1979, developing bestselling lines of books for numerous publishers. He has written more than 30 books of his own, including several award-winning and internationally bestselling titles. His 1984 book, Blood Brothers, led to three Nobel Peace Prize nominations for its subject, Dr. Elias Chacour, and is now published in 29 languages.
David has consulted with publishers such as Doubleday, HarperCollins, Random House, Thomas Nelson and others.
In his wide-ranging career as a writing coach, David has mentored government officials, actors and celebrities, novelists, financial and economic experts, TV stars, children’s authors, international diplomats, news correspondents, psychologists and counselors, pop music stars, leaders in academia, motivational speakers, professional sports figures, spiritual teachers and theologians… and everyday men and women with poignant memoirs and exciting novels to publish.