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Next Meeting: Wednesday, July 11, 2018

How to Market Your Book in The Social Media Age

Most of us want to focus on our writing and get our stories told to the world. But writing is just one aspect of getting your book noticed and into the right hands. At the St. Louis Publishers Association meeting on July 11, we’ll hear from David Strom, a professional freelance nonfiction writer with 30 years of experience.

Don’t wait until you have finished your first draft to start thinking about how you can become more effective in the online world. This session will talk about how to find and cultivate the right digital influencers to help better brand yourself to sell your book.


David Strom is one of the leading experts in internet security and networking technologies. He is the author of two computer networking books (one published by McGraw-Hill and the other by Prentice Hall) and thousands of magazine articles. He has been the editor-in-chief of numerous online and print technical trade publications. His blog can be found at strominator.com and on Twitter at @dstrom.


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Doors open at 6:30 PM for networking. Business meeting begins at 7:00 PM and continues till 8:30 PM.

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