How to turn your idea into a book FREE online seminar - Friday 14th May at 3.00pm!

  • Esther Jacob

Looking forward to hosting an online seminar with The British Library’s Start-ups in London Libraries (SiLL) team on Friday 14th May at 3.00pm to talk about the importance of turning your idea into a book. The SiLL Business & IP Centre supports businesses and is a great platform for aspiring and current/future entrepreneurs who have a desire to start their own business and have all-round support. Alongside this, Authentic Worth Publishing will be hosting the online seminar on “How to turn your idea into a published book.” Authentic Worth Publishing wants to give aspiring creatives and authors the opportunity to know that their ideas can be turned into a book. Authentic Worth Publishing wants to give aspiring creatives and authors the opportunity to know that their ideas can be turned into a book. Using personal and business-related ideas to inspire others is a great way to not only build a platform, but make an impact in the community. There is so much to learn from having an idea to making it a reality in publishing a book. Despite all that is going on with the Coronavirus, there are various ways to turn ideas into useful resources that help advance and build rapport with other authors. If you are a creative individual, you will understand the importance of utilising your gifts, skills and talents and nurture it. What you will get out of this workshop is the ability to use your ideas and turn them into a book as a way to solve your audiences' needs. With the popular demand of reading and soaking up knowledge, your story is what people are looking for. Make your ideas work for you in the long run by turning them into useful books. We look forward to seeing you on Friday 14th May at 3.00pm. Register your space on EventBrite today: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/how-to-turn-your-idea-into-a-book-tickets-151678359055

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