Jeff Ryan, Author & Speaker

Now’s the time — Book Writing Webinar

How to Write, Publish and Promote Your Book Webinar – April 28th 7pm ET

If you’ve ever thought about writing a book and bringing it to market, now’s the time. I’ve written three professionally published books in the past four years, as well as several self-published ones. I’ve learned a lot about publishing and promoting books and invite you to save time and effort by taking part in my webinars. My new three-part series breaks down all the important decisions that go into writing a great book including:

  • The pros and cons of choosing traditional publishing, self-publishing or hybrid publishing.
  • Creating time-saving blueprints for your nonfiction, fiction, business or self-help book.
  • Developing writing habits that bring your book to fruition.
  • The right times to ask for feedback.
  • When and how to hire proofreaders, designers and other professionals.  
  • Preparing your book for print and/or electronic upload. 
  • Whether you should consider hiring an agent.
  • Things to look for in contracts.
  • How to promote your book online, in print and on the air.
  • And much more

Part One – Focusing on writing your book, airs April 28th

Each one-hour session (45 min plus Q&A) costs $65 and includes one week of replay access after the event.

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Jeffrey H Ryan is an author, adventurer, photographer and historian. He has written several books about his outdoor exploits, his fascination with hiking trails and the people and places found just off the beaten path. His debut book, Appalachian Odyssey: A 28-year hike on America's trail was hailed by the former Executive Editor of National Geographic as "a classic of nature and travel writing" and set off a national tour (in a 1985 VW camper, no less). His books are known for weaving a deep appreciation for history into walks across contemporary landscapes that give readers the feeling they are hiking right alongside. When Jeff isn't trekking, chasing down a great story or spinning yarns from his keyboard, he enjoys sharing his adventures with audiences who love the outdoors. He spends much of his time in his beloved native state of Maine.

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