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Tavetta Patterson joins Kim on the podcast to talk about how your book is a tool and how you use it to promote your self and your business.

Tavetta Patterson is a Published Author and Public Speaker. She has 33 years of writing experience. She has written and published 10 magazines. As a result, she was requested to write and produce 13 television program treatments.

Tavetta shares her journey by speaking at conferences; corporate events; college events; youth events; professional leadership events; book club events, grade schools; during podcast interviews; radio interviews and television interviews. She has used her books as tools to help people navigate various phases of life. She has developed classes, online courses, webinars and workshop series based on books.

Connect With Tavetta at:

Email: tspeakerauthor@gmail.com
www.tavetta.webs.com

EP 162- Book Publishing Basics With Kim Thompson-Pinder and Juanita Wootton-Radko

EP 162- Book Publishing Basics With Kim Thompson-Pinder and Juanita Wootton-Radko

In today’s episode, Kim and Juanita talk about when you need to have before you publish your book including having your KDP Account setup, your book properly formatted for both print and Kindle, getting your covers sized right, do you need an ISBN and so much more.

Have you ever looked at a blank computer screen in frustration because the words won’t come because you are afraid it won’t sound right? Or worse, that it won’t be received well?

Ep 161-The Visibility Factor With The Authority Gang

Ep 161-The Visibility Factor With The Authority Gang

In today’s episode, The Authority Gang shares about the importance of visibility and how it grows your business.

The talk about the key elements including your core marketing message, ways to get out there, consistency and how it does not all come at once. If you want to get Samantha’s create your first digital product idea resource go to https://bit.ly/digitalproductidea

Ep 160 Homophones With Juanita Wootton-Radko

Ep 160 Homophones With Juanita Wootton-Radko

Do you ever mix up there, they’re and their? The reason for the confusion is that they are homophones. There are many words that sound the same but have different meanings. How do you know when you are using them correctly? On today’s Writer’s Workshop episode, Juanita shares Juanita gives you some tips to figure it out!