Speak to Promote Your Book

November is National Nonfiction Writing Month, also known as the Write Nonfiction in November Challenge. During this month, you are personally challenged to start and complete a work of nonfiction in 30 days. This can be an article, an essay, a book, a book proposal, a white paper, or a manifesto. It’s an honor to have been asked to close National Nonfiction Writing Month with my recommendations to help writers turn their book content into presentations. Speaking is one of the best and most cost-effective ways to market your book, develop a following, and expand your audience:

You can give speeches even before you’ve published your book; ask people to sign up for your opt-in list, so you can let them know when your book becomes available. For more information on National Nonfiction Writing Month and the Write Nonfiction in November Challenge visit: http://writenonfictionnow.com

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“As the author of a best-selling sales book, I receive invitations to speak at meetings and conferences. A trusted colleague told me the best investment he made in his speaking career was to hire speech coach Patricia Fripp. After three days locked in a room with her, I realize he is right. Patricia is a master at helping structure and script your presentation.” – Andy Paul, Author, Zero Time Selling

Executive Speech Coach and Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker Patricia Fripp is hired by individuals and companies who realize that powerful, persuasive presentation skills give them a competitive edge.