Writing a book is a big deal. Publishing your book is a bigger deal. Surely it’s just a matter of time before your book hits #1 on someone’s best-seller list. And once that happens, you’ll start raking in the dollars. Right? If you’re reading this, you already know it’s not that simple. Hundreds of books are published every day, which means that if you want people to hear about your book, you’re going to have to do something other authors aren’t. Authors Should Speak is a soup-to-nuts exploration of everything you’ll need to know about how to become an author who speaks. In this book you’ll discover how to: • Break down the fear of public speaking • Earn your status as an expert in your field • Make connections with people who can get the word out about you and your book• Find digital opportunities to speak about your book• Begin and sustain a professional speaking career as an author This book provides powerful strategies and insights into how to open doors and create opportunities for sharing your content with people who will benefit. Speaking publicly comes with monetary advantages too.• Sharing your knowledge and expertise from the stage is an effective way to increase book sales.• Speaking to an audience is one of the quickest ways to tick off the “know, like, and trust” boxes and inspire people to buy your book. Are you ready to share your book on a bigger scale? Are you willing to explore the possibilities? Then let’s get started!
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Dan Blanchard the Bestselling and Award-Winning, Author, Speaker, and Educator. TV Host. Two-time Junior Olympian Wrestler and two-time Junior Olympian Wrestling Coach who grew up as a student-athlete. However, Dan admits that as a youth he was more of an athlete than a student. Dan has now successfully completed fourteen years of college and has earned seven degrees. He teaches Special Education and Social Studies in Connecticut’s largest inner-city high school where he was chosen by the AFT-CT as the face and voice of educational reform and is now on the speaking circuit for them. Dan was with the team that put forth Connecticut’s new Social Studies Frameworks and is also a member of the Special Education Advisory Board to the Connecticut State Department of Education. In addition, Dan is a Teacher Consultant for the University of Connecticut’s Writing Project. Finally, Dan is a double veteran of the Army and the Air Force.