Author U –Your Guide to Book Publishing is featuring host Judith Briles of The Book Shepherd will have foreign rights agent Bob Erdmann as her guest Bob has been responsible for place Judith Briles’ books in 16 countries). The topic is foreign rights with an emphasis on getting your books in the hands of people you never imagined you would connect with!
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Remember … you can listen to over 200 programs that Author U Founder Judith Briles has created for your book and authoring success: http://tinyurl.com/AuthorURadio , scroll down and click on any of the past shows—just click and you are instantly there! Or you, can go to the radio show’s home page and do the same: http://tinyurl.com/AuthorURadio
If you are looking for FREE author and book coaching … call in to Judith’s Author Monday Mornings at NOON Eastern each Monday. The number is 218-632-9854; Access Code 1239874444 … have your questions ready–there’s a full hour to ask and listen.
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