Low Country Non-Fiction Writers 2018 Meeting Dates

Having started Low Country Non-Fiction Writers with a great venue like the Bluffton Community Library, these are the 2018 meeting dates, topics and links:

January 16 – Tips On How To Write Your Own BookHenrik de Gyor (audio, slides)
February 20 – Self-Publishing ExplainedHenrik de Gyor (audio, slides)
March 20 – Marketing Your Book – Chris Groote and Jamie Gilleland (audio, slides)
April 24 – Book EditingJames Mallory (audio, slides)
May 15 DistributionRockelle Henderson (audio, handout)
June 19 – Creating your own audiobookHenrik de Gyor (audio, slides)
July 17 – Researching your book – Henrik de Gyor (audio, slides)
August 21 – Marketing for authors and speakers – Garry Johnson (video)
NOTE: As of September 2018, there are no further meetings scheduled until further notice due to time and travel constraints of the organizers. Enjoy the links to slides and recordings above.
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Tools I Use: Scheduling

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I have saved so much time scheduling calls or meetings because of no back and forth using assistant.to

It is simple to use with Gmail along with Google Calendar. And it is free to use.

If you don’t want to be limited to just Gmail nor picking times yourself that would work for you in the future, I have saved even more time by allowing people to schedule time with me based on my calendar availability for Zoom.us calls using calendly.com.

The combination of zoom for calls and calendly.com save countless hours each week.

Yes, if you really want to discuss something productive for 15 minutes with me, schedule the time here and you will see what I mean.

If I need to schedule a group of people (3+) together for a virtual group meeting days or weeks in advance and want to offer a few choices in dates and times, I use zvite.co which is free to use.

There are some other appointment scheduling apps available if you prefer to do your own research.

Questions?