[event] Navigating the Book Publishing Experience with Dawn Michelle Hardy - July 23 (Philly) + August 6 (NYC)

#100BusinessGirls and Dream Relations PR & Literary Consulting Agency 
Navigating the Book Publishing Experience with Dawn Michelle Hardy 

When you sit in on Navigating the Book Publishing Experience, you’ll learn the important aspects of becoming a published author—from conceptualizing ideas, finding your voice, creating a catchy hook, identifying your readership, and how to market your work to catch the attention of literary agents, editors, and publishers.

$20 to attend and partake in the discussion and Q & A.
$35 includes a 15 minute 1 on 1 speed mentoring session with Dawn Michelle Hardy to discuss your ideas/project.

Brunch will be available for purchase and is not included in this price.

We have two upcoming dates:

Philadelphia - July 23, 2017 
2pm - 4pm
RSVP: https://publishingbrunchPHL.eventbrite.com 

New York City - Sunday, August 6, 2017 
2pm - 4pm
RSVP: https://publishingbrunchNYC.eventbrite.com 

Location will be given upon RSVP for both events.

About Dawn Michelle Hardy

Dawn Michelle Hardy is a book publicist and literary agent who has worked with writers of fiction, non-fiction and poetry for the past 15 years. She founded her agency Dream Relations PR & Literary Consulting in 2004 after working with Teri Woods author of True to the Game.

As a publicist she represents fiction, non-fiction and poetry including New York Times bestselling book The Beastside: Living and Dying While Black in America by D. Watkins, 3x-award winning novel The Perfect Find by Tia Williams, a former magazine beauty editor, Counting Descent, a collection of poetry written by Clint Smith an award-winning poet and Behind the Mask: The Linebacker Edition by NFL veteran Takeo Spikes.

She joined Serendipity Literary Agency as an associate in 2011. Some of her clients at Serendipity Literary Agency include Kent Babb, Washington Post sports writer and PEN Literary Award finalist for Not a Game: The Incredible Rise and Unthinkable Fall of Allen Iverson, Jean McGianni Celestin, co-writer of the Nat Turner biopic, The Birth of a Nation and Clay Cane, author of Live Through This: Surviving the Intersections of Sexuality, God and Race.

Dawn describes the work she does as being "a talent manager for creative storytellers across multiple platforms".

You can learn more about Dawn here: www.DreamRelationsPR.com
Follow her on social media: IG @DreamRelationsPR and on Twitter @DawnMichellePR

For more information please contact: info@100BusinessGirls.com