posted on February 2nd 2015 in 21ST CENTURY AUTHORS with 0 Comments /

Our course CREATING A COMPELLING AND ADAPTABLE AUTHOR EVENT is the first of three training sessions delivered as part of the National Literacy Trust’s initiative, 21st Century Authors. During this workshop authors and illustrators identify and articulate what it is that makes them and the books they write unique – and work on creating a coherent, engaging and audience appropriate event.

Today’s authors were: Leo Hunt (Thirteen Days of Midnight – Hachette Children’s Books), Joanne Owen (Circus of the Unseen – Hot Key Books), Virginia Bergin (Storm – Macmillan Children’s Books), Jessamy Taylor (King’s Company – IndieBooks), Helen Baugh (The Witch with an Itch – Jonathan Cape), Bea Davenport (The Serpent House – Curious Fox), Jess Bright (Sister, Sister – Oxford University Press), Carla Spradbery (The Memory Hit – Hodder Children’s Books) and Sarah Courtauld (Buckle and Squash and the Land of the Giants – Macmillan Children’s Books).

about the author: Phillip (PJ) Norman

PJ is a CIPD qualified learning and development specialist who has delivered personal development and managerial training to professionals within the fields of medicine, broadcasting, retail and publishing – across three continents. Ten years experience has equipped him with the ability to identify and create learning solutions to many of the problems people now face in their working lives. Having provided online management and coaching to authors on how to navigate the world of new media and marketing, PJ is acutely aware of the demands that writers contend with in the marketplace today. His knowledge of training best practice is teamed with a talent at creating punchy, interactive workshops and seminars – making PJ perfectly positioned to bring author-focused learning solutions to the heart of publishing.

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