FREE [Publishing 101] Online Workshop with Literary Agent Sam Hiyate
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About this FREE online workshop
This 3-hour online workshop is designed for unpublished writerswho want a clear & comprehensive overview of the steps required topublish their book—right from the draft stage to the book deal.
By the end of this session you will learn:
How to position your book: marrying its story, plot, character arcs, voice and point of view, and...
How to position yourself as an author: selling yourself in a way that will attract a literary agent and publisher, not to mention adoring fans...
...All to help your book sell, so you can finally become a literary titan!
Normally US$89, we're bringing this to you FREE for the first time!
How will this workshop kick-start my writing career?
Let's be honest: the traditional publishing world is a black box to outsiders. What's the best way to learn to navigate it—a university class? Online course? Some self-published e-book by a self-proclaimed book coach?
To master anything, go to the source.
In this free workshop you will learn both the basics and the intricacies of publishing, from 30+ year industry veteran, Literary Agent Sam Hiyate, who is creating book deals for his author clients every year in New York, London, Frankfurt, and Toronto.
He will use practical writing exercisesandreal-world examples to teach you 5 invaluable topics:
How do I write a great synopsis or book proposal?
What mistakes have I made that will turn off a publisher?
How do I know when my manuscript is ready to send to a publisher?
How do I choose the right literary agent or publisher?
What are some tips for querying a literary agent?
This workshop also includes:
Detailedtips and tools that will help you improve your writing and get published.
A chance to ask questions of Sam Hiyate, either in-person or on camera, or by email after the event. All questions will be answered!
Avideo recordingof the workshop emailed to you after the event.
Am I ready for this workshop?
YES! We believe that the world needs to read your book! This workshop is open to you writers who are at any stage of your writing journey, in any genre, and who want to improve your writing and increase your chances of selling your book to a publisher under the guidance of an experienced former publisher & editor and current literary agent wizard.
Whether you have...
Just an idea in your head
An outline of your book
A few lines down on paper, or
A full manuscript
...Then you will benefit from this workshop. Join us to learn from an expert how to publish your book!
How does it work?
3-Hour Zoom Workshop: Participate in the workshop from the comfort of your home, anywhere in the world. You'll get to interact with Sam and the other participants using video, audio, and text chat (or, you can lurk quietly in the background - we don't mind!) Limited to 50 writers.
Ask Sam questions live during the event, or send them in by email afterwards.
We useZoom for our webinars. Don't want to share your webcam? No problem, we won't make you!
About Sam Hiyate
This workshop is led bySam Hiyate, literary agent and President of The Rights Factory, an international literary agency based in Toronto.
In his30-year publishing careerhe has launched the careers of numerous New York Times& Globe and Mailbestselling authors.
He teaches creative writing at the University of Toronto, and publishing at Ryerson University.
What writers are saying
"I can’t remember a more enjoyable and informative presentation. Sam's stories from the world of publishing vividly illustrated his points. His ability to focus on each person’s work and rearrange elements showed directorial genius… I am very glad I attended and look forward to querying Sam when I am further along in [my writing]” – Tim Christian, Victoria
"I had a wonderful time with Sam yesterday. Could you please extend my appreciation to him for his time and all his invaluable advice? I cannot thank you and Sam enough for organizing this unique opportunity for new novelists such as myself. I hope to have another meeting with him in the future." – Yale Wang, Toronto
“What I love about working with Sam is that it gives me a greater understanding of the industry. You can try to study creative writing in a class, but it's hard to learn what will set you apart until you work with someone who sells books for a living! If your goal is to eventually publish, I think Sam's advice and support is invaluable. He has added tremendous value to my near-finished manuscript.” – Amy Dixon, Toronto