Multi award-winning author of the HowTolDoItFrugally series of books
for writers, Carolyn Howard-Johnson, will reveal the secrets of what an author must do to write
a killer query letter that will sell a manuscript to an agent or publisher, build a contact list
better than one that could be purchased at any price, offer publicity ideas for movers and shakers,
reveal how to make an author's Amazon buy pages into hot selling machines, and more tips that
will help you sell a ton of books!
No matter what you are writing, this is an event you must attend! Arrive
early to network with other writers and industry professionals, and learn more about other GLAWS
programs of benefit to writers. Carolyn will also take questions and have her books available.
NO RSVP needed. GLAWS members may join her for dinner afterwards by emailing Sarah
is free, but limited. Doors open at 2:00 pm.
FREE. Come early for best seating.
Howard-Johnson is the author of the multi award-winning HowToDoItFrugally series of books
for writers. The first edition of The Frugal Book Promoter was given USA Book News’ “Best
Professional Book” and the Irwin Award. The second edition is also a USA Book News
award winner. Her The Frugal Editor: Put Your Best Book Forward to Avoid Humiliation
and Ensure Success also won a nod from USA Book News and won Readers’ Views Literary
campaign for that book won the marketing award from New Generation Indie Book Awards. Carolyn
refined marketing skills she learned as a journalist, reporter for the Salt Lake Tribune
and publicist in New York with her award-winning fiction and poetry, genres some say are
the hardest of all to promote.
An instructor for nearly a decade at the renowned UCLA Extension Writers' Program this
author of the multi award-winning series of HowToDoItFrugally books include the second edition
honored by USA BOOK NEWS.
speaks on Utah’s culture, tolerance, and book promotion and editing and has appeared
on TV and hundreds of radio stations nationwide. She
is the recipient of the California Legislature’s Woman of the Year in Arts and Entertainment
Award, the Book Publicists of Southern California’s Irwin Award and her community’s
Character and Ethics award for her work promoting tolerance with her writing. She was also
named to Pasadena Weekly’s list of 14 women of “San Gabriel Valley women who
make life happen.” She was given her community’s Diamond Award for Achievement
in the Arts and has also been an instructor for UCLA Extension’s world-renown Writers’ Program
for nearly a decade.
loves to travel. She has visited eighty one countries and has studied writing at Cambridge
University in the United Kingdom; Herzen University in St. Petersburg, Russia; and Charles
University, Prague. She admits to carrying a pen and journal wherever she goes. Her Web
site is http://www.howtodoitfrugally.com
The Greater Los Angeles Writers Society is a non-profit organization
that provides a forum for writers of all disciplines to meet and discuss the craft and the business
of writing. GLAWS accomplishes this through monthly meetings, discussion forums, critique groups,
special writer appearances, conferences, and other events conducted for the purpose of educating
and mentoring writers of all levels of expertise. GLAWS Special Speaker Events are open to the
public, and a great venue to meet other writers and expand your expertise.