Can you afford to ignore this Masterclass?
Offered as part of WriteFest, this Masterclass from Jaki Arthur, Head of Marketing Communications, Harper Collins (Sydney) provides a unique opportunity for regional writers who are ready to put their work onto the public stage.
Authors think the biggest question they have to grapple with is whether to publish traditionally, or to self-publish.
In reality the biggest question revolves around how they will make sure their works reaches an interested audience.
Ask yourself, are you a proactive author, ready to work with your publisher and publicist to garner your novel the success it deserves? Or are you a writer who likes DIY, and needs to know how the professionals do it?
Jaki has over 20 years of experience in book publishing in New Zealand, the UK and Australia across retail and publishing sales, marketing and publicity. She has run her own successful arts PR agency and is currently Head of Marketing Communications at HarperCollins publishers, Sydney. Jaki has worked and toured with authors from all over the world publicising books across all genres.
This is an interactive and feedback-focused workshop. Jaki lets you in on well-kept publicity secrets. You can gain practical skills to help place your book in the hands of your target audience. Learn how to make yourself heard over all the yelling and hallooing.
It’s a Masterclass for aspiring writers, self-published writers and traditionally published writers.
Now really, can you afford to ignore this Masterclass?
Limited places available on Saturday, October 8 and Sunday, October 9. Please book early
Jaki facilitated this Masterclass at the Sydney Writers’ Festival in 2015. Read The Guardian’s article about the Masterclass HERE.