FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Web Site: www.brooksgoldmannpublishing.com
to feature Scottsdale Author and
Publishing Consultant Patricia L. Brooks, MAOM
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona, June, 2009 – The American Business Womens Association – Turquoise Camel Chapter will feature publishing consultant “book shepherd”, author and Scottsdale business woman, Patricia L. Brooks, MAOM www.brooksgoldmannpublishing.com on Wednesday, July 8th at their monthly dinner at Anzio’s Italian Restaurant, 12418 N. 28th Dr., Phoenix, 6:00 p.m.
The American Business Womens Association continue their speaker series with Patricia’s talk Publish Yourself as the Expert. Patricia shares her inspirational portrait of the relationship you want to develop with your writing as you take the many steps needed to produce fine work and instrument change. Please RSVP for this dinner to Donna Tucker 602-788-3121 or firstname.lastname@example.org priced at $21.00. Thank you.
Ø Publish Yourself as the Expert. Patricia takes you to writing with passion because you must be an instrument for change. The journey is fresh and uplifting as she shares with you how you too can be enthused as a writer of non-fiction while enhancing your career. Her perspective is generous and worth noting as she helps you: (1) Understand what moves you (2) Develop a personal mission and (3) Honor for whom you need to be a voice.
Ø Develop a Winning Writing Plan. Patricia shows wit and courage during these times of challenge by giving you suggestions for goals, objectives and strategies. Along with insight into a philosophy of writing life worth emulating, she motivates you to launch your vision for success by being well organized and prepared in your writing. With a timeline and emulating others you admire, she reminds you of the five W’s of reporting good information for a non-fiction publication. She prepares you to write.
Ø Practice Strict Research Rules. Patricia asks you to do your homework, understand research, practice good interview skills, read, experiment, observe, survey and learn your topic well. In thinking about your vision for the book, and what your philosophy is behind the book, you will understand yourself completely. She wants you to be honest about how committed you are to do this work and how willing you are to be critical with a follow-up plan. She expects you to ask yourself why you feel compelled to write what you want to write.