A “Get Published” Workshop
Michael Tougias, author of 19 books, and Adam Gamble, publisher of over 100 books, offer a workshop to help aspiring writers achieve their publishing dreams. Their combined 40 years of publishing experience will help you save hundreds, perhaps even thousands of dollars in mistakes and wasted time. When you complete this one-day workshop you will have all the practical information—as well as the confidence and inspiration—you need to have your book published in the method that is best for you.
Note: Our focus is your success. The workshop is fun, informative, and offers an opportunity to make new friends! This is your chance to make your dream come true. Space is limited and participants are capped at 20 people so that Tougias and Gamble can answer all your questions. Lunch is included.
***To secure your place at the workshop held in Franklin at the Union Street Grill, complete registration form and send a check made payable to Michael Tougias at 21 Cranberry Road, Plymouth MA 02360. Fee is $150. (Only $140 if you book before September 1st) Lunch included. Workshop runs from 10 am to 4:00 pm. Fee is non-refundable if you cancel after September 15th).
Directions to Union Street Grill: Take exit 16 “ King Street/Franklin” off Route 495. Follow signs toward Franklin. In just 300 yards at stop light and intersection turn left on Union St. Go .6 mile, and Union Street Grill is on the left. Workshop is held in lower level meeting room.
Michael Tougias is a lecturer and author of 18 books. As a public speaker, Michael regularly gives one hundred presentations or more per year to civic and business groups around the country. Most of his talks are on subjects he’s written books about. His latest two books, Fatal Forecast and Ten Hours Until Dawn, are both Boston Globe bestsellers, as was his The Blizzard of ‘78. Tougias won “Nature Book of the Year” in 2003 for There's A Porcupine In My Outhouse: Misadventures of a Mountain Man Wanna-be. Other Tougias titles include Until I Have No Country: A Novel of the King Phillips War, Quabbin: A History & Explorer’s Guide, King Phillips War: A History of America’s Forgotten Conflict (with co-author Eric Shultz), River Days: Exploring the Connecticut River from Source to Sea, Exploring the Hidden Charles, Autumn Rambles, and many more. His next book is The Finest Hours: The True Story of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Most Daring Rescue. Michael has also worked as a book sales representative and has engaged in many success creative arrangements with his various publishers, including self-publishing. www.michaeltougias.com
Adam Gamble serves as publisher at two successful book companies, On Cape Publications, Inc. and Our World of Books, LLC. Adam conceived and published the best-selling Good Night Our World children’s book series, which has sold more than a million copies. He researched, wrote and designed most of the thirty-three books in the series, many of which have appeared on various regional and national best-seller lists. He is the author of two acclaimed books of nonfiction, In the Footsteps of Thoreau and A Public Betrayed. As a publisher, he has taken dozen of books from concept to bookshelf, and has participated in all aspects of the business including budgets and finance, contracts, copyright and intellectual property issues, writing, photography, editing, design, layout, print production, shipping, storage, distribution, sales and marketing. www.goodnightourworld.com
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