PD12 Workshop: 365 days of promotion


365 Days of promotion


Whether it’s IRL or online, promotion and marketing is the name of the game even before your book hits the shelves—or the cybershelves. Fantasy Author Sandy Lender’s been marketing the wild combination of YA/adult fiction novels and an asphalt road building magazine (oh, yes, it’s THAT kind of workshop) in a tough economy since 2006. Jump in to learn good ways to market 365 days a year without annoying your followers. From how to do it to make the search engines love you to how to keep your family from screening your calls, Sandy’s got ideas to fill this hour-long presentation that will make you thankful it’s being cached. Bring your questions! She doesn’t mind interruptions, but you’ve only got her attention for an hour or so…then she’s off to feed the dragons at www.AuthorSandyLender.com.


Fantasy enthusiasts will recognize Sandy Lender as the author of the novels Choices Meant for GodsChoices Meant for Kings, and Problems on Eldora Prime, and as a leader of workshops on world-building, characterization, and content revision. Her four-year degree in English and twenty-year career in magazine publishing augment her book publishing experience for a variety of presentations, including blogging, troll extermination on spaceships, and how to market for the online audience.

But that’s only part of the story. Sandy is also a sea turtle conservationist, serving in the group Turtle Time since 2005. It takes one ring on her cell phone to discover she’s remained obsessed with Duran Duran since about 1984. She got rid of an unnecessary husband and beat cancer in 2008. She beat it again last year, which means she’s one tough chick. She learned dragon whispering during the 1990s and can be called on to lull these creatures into a catatonic state when necessary. Finally, she welcomes discussions about her handsome and demanding muse at any time. If you need more information about her, you can find her all over the Internet. Why not start at www.AuthorSandyLender.com.

All workshops are free to attend and open to everyone. Please register for the event at www.PromoDay.info


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