Guest post from Susan Mayfield and Becky Flansburg \”The money is in the list!\” is a phrase many of you have probably heard by now. What this is referring to is the process of compiling email addresses from people interested in your work, a freebie you are offering, or even name capture of someone who […]
Guest Post from Author Deanna Sletten As an indie author, you know that writing and publishing your novel is only half of the work. The other half is promoting it. Your book needs a few reviews attached to it as well as an outlet for readers to learn that your novel even exists. But how
Driven to find the answer to why girls were dropping out of sports at a rate 6 times that of boys, Mia Wenjen and Alison Foley created their book HOW TO COACH GIRLS to help keep our girls in sports.
On March 7, 2018, Alison Foley, co-author of the impactful Audrey Press book, HOW TO COACH GIRLS, wowed radio audiences with her Sirius Radio interview and methodology on coaching kids of all ages, specifically girls. Not 24 hours later, this profound and moving email popped into her inbox, and this radio listener’s words were too powerful
(guest post from Becky Flansburg) One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree. “Which road do I take? “she asked the smug feline. “Where do you want to go?” was his response. “I don’t know,” Alice answered. “Then,” said the
We have the following book signing events planned. We hope you can join us. Newtonville Books 10 Langley Road Newton Centre Newton, MA 02459 Saturday, March 31, 2018 4:00pm Co-authors Alison and Mia will make a short presentation, take Q & A, and serve homemade cookies. Artemis Yoga (home of Soccer on the Mat) 639
Are you caught in the “one day…” writing trap? You just have to make your “one day,” TODAY.
As one of the fifteen contributing coaches to HOW TO COACH GIRLS, Ainslee Lamb is an All-Canadian Field Hockey Player who has coached women\’s field hockey as head coach at Yale and Boston College. Currently, she is focusing coaching on middle school female athletes and bringing them into the sport of field hockey. As a
As the boxing Trainer for the U.S. Olympic Team, much has happened to boxing coach, Marc Gargaro, since he contributed as one of fifteen coaches interviewed for as part of the writing journey for the newly-released (and much-needed) book HOW TO COACH GIRLS. He has now been twice to the Olympic Training Center in Colorado