The Book Whisperers
We all have a book inside of us (a lot of us have more than one) but sometimes those stories can be buried deep. Three authors - Mary Turner Thomson, Sue Cohen and Lea Taylor - created The Book Whisperers to entice those trapped stories into the world. By recognising potential authors motives, needs and desires, The Book Whisperers aim to provide writers with confidence, knowledge, contacts and support to start and keep writing as well as to publish and market their books.
And if we can have fun along the way all the better!
All three presenters are successful authors and publishers with a wealth of experience within the book industry - from traditional publishing to self-publishing.
Brought to you by Mary Turner Thomson, Sue Cohen and Lea Taylor of The Book Whisperers
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