The Importance of Building an Audience with Audio-Book Podcasts

The CWC BB Speaker Series provides valuable information and is an educational opportunity to learn more about promoting and marketing your writing.

About the discussion: Seth Hardwood, writer, teacher novelist: “The New Publishing Experiment with Sight and Sound” will talk about the importance of building an audience before you approach publishers and agents—with the help of audio book podcasts.

About the featured speaker: Seth Harwood is a 2002 graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. He teaches an online creative writing workshop in crime fiction for Stanford University and Detective Fiction at the City College of San Francisco. He is the author of Jack Wake Up and A Long Way From Disney, both of which were launched first in podcast form.

Date and Time: Sunday, February 20, 2010—2-4:45pm (Doors open at 1:05 for Board/Committee meetings)

CWC member Elizabeth Wagele will also read from her new HarperCollins book, The Career Within You

Location: Oakland Public Library-West Auditorium 125 14th Street (can also enter on Madison St.) Oakland CA 94612

Directions: http://www.oaklandlibrary.org/Seasonal/Sections/mainhrs.html

To learn more about Seth Harwood , visit these websites

www.sethharwood.com

www.authorbootcamp.com

www.wagele.com

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2 Responses

  1. I did some intensive networking on my own on Wednesday, February 3rd, at the Commonwealth Club in SF. Occasion was new members reception. I joined when I saw from their material that they have a book club and activities related to books. Must have passed out 15 business cards.

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