How to Write and Get Your Book Published

Judy Carter

Judy Carter doesn’t like to brag, but she did write the Bible. No joke, she’s the author of “The Comedy Bible” (Simon & Schuster) and  “The Message of You: Turn Your Life Story into a Money-Making Speaking Career” (St. Martin’s Press), teaches readers how to use speaking to increase their business and income. Her next book, “The NEW Comedy Bible” and “The Comedy Bible Workbook” are available now!

Henry DeVries, CEO of Indie Books Intl. and a weekly columnist with, speaks to thousands each year on the eleven books he has authored. In his writing and speaking he shares in humorous ways many pragmatic strategies that can double sales and achieve marketing returns of 400% to 2,000%. He has ghostwritten or co-authored more than 300 business books, including his McGraw-Hill international bestseller, How to Close a Deal Like Warren Buffett – now in Chinese.

In this webinar, Judy Carter, author of “The Comedy Bible,” along with her comedy writing friends will show you how you can add laughs to any speech.

How to Write and Get Your Book Published

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To put you on the map as a professional speaker, a consultant, or an influencer, you need to have written a book. There are many self-publishing companies who will charge you a lot and leave you with very little.

That’s why I want you to meet Henry DeVries of Indie Books International. Mr. DeVries not only is a writer for, but is the person I chose to publish my latest book The New Comedy Bible.

In this free webinar, you will learn:

  • The 3 biggest blunders first-time authors make that tank their books
  • How to market your book so people other than your relatives buy it
  • 7 ways authors get paid speaking engagements to promote their book
  • How to turn your book into a consulting business and get lucrative clients

And much more!

And… everyone who attends this webinar will receive a free copy of Henry’s books, Marketing with a Book and Persuade with A Story!


Date: Thursday, Jan 23

Time: 6pm to 7pm Pacific Time

Fee:  Free