This is where the “bookends” of writing meet. Hear unique insights from a prolific and popular writer on the outlining and writing of fiction along with insider secrets from a veteran of HarperCollins marketing and sales that you can use for marketing your book. Get tips on how to create the “who”, “what” and “what ifs” in outlining “must read” fiction, along with strategies for success with social media, publicity, blogging, and more, all designed to draw positive attention to your work. Get information on how to sign up for the Women’s National Book Association-San Francisco Chapter’s March 21, 2020, “Pitch-O-Rama Plus” to learn more about the “4 Ps” that lead to publication.
The WNBA: Connecting, educating, advocating and leading in the literary community since 1917!
The Women’s National Book Association was established in 1917 and celebrated the organization’s centennial in 2017 with a series of literary events nationwide, a publication celebrating the history of women in the world of books, a list of 100 essential books by women authors, and a grant to a non-profit literacy organization—culminating in a gala celebration in October 2017 where the next WNBA Award winner was honored.
The WNBA is a vibrant, broad-based non-profit with 11 active chapters and over 800 members across the country, 3 distinguished national awards, and a history of lively events in chapter cities and elsewhere.
National Network: Brings together writers, authors, editors, publishers, librarians, readers, book sellers, distributors, event planners, social media managers, and more…! Networking with other WNBA chapters in major cities around the US helps publicize your book and expertise: Author & Business Package, Bookwoman. WNBA has recently upgraded to a new, searchable National Directory system for all chapters.
The San Francisco chapter of WNBA is one of the most active ones in the nation. Come here what the WNBA can do for you.