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Look Out, Seattle, Simon Wood Is Coming to Town: An Interview

Publishing is changing fast, as any author who’s been in the business for a few years will tell you. And if you’re in the western Washington area on August 9, prolific mystery and thriller author Simon Wood will tell you. The Mystery Writers of America, Northwest Chapter, is bringing Simon to Bellevue College on August 9 for an all-day event called: The 21st Century Author: How to Connect With the Publishing Industry and Build an Audience Simon knows his stuff: he’s sold more than 500,000 e-books since 2011, both through self publishing and traditional publishing. And more than that, he knows how to make it interesting. When I went poking around on his Facebook profile, I found a comment from an attendee at a workshop he did in California last year: “Simon’s Marketing workshop was filled with useful information on how to get your name and work out where people can […]

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