New Books and Writing Summit
Happy Holidays! We have had a very productive year of work with our authors, and appreciate everyone's patience as we have updated all book covers and added some marketing materials for our authors, including video trailers and mini-blogs. Thank you for your hard work and support and we wish you all the best in this season and the new year!
We are excited to introduce you to our latest offerings in the Six-Word Lessons series!
Karin Quirk, Kirkland family law attorney, calls her practice "Divorce for Grownups" because she believes that divorce doesn't have to be as nasty as people think. Her book, Six-Word Lessons for a Peaceful Divorce, explains Washington State law and contains many practical tips so couples can be informed and learn how to be more respectful and cooperative during this difficult process.
Jim DuBois, former Microsoft CIO, adopted a philosophy of working with his teams to work boldly and with speed, even if it meant making some mistakes along the way. In his book, Six-Word Lessons to Think Like a Modern-Day CIO, he says, ". . . our world today is evolving faster than ever. We can no longer work the way we were taught in school or by our predecessors." The book will help IT leaders in any company improve their business and stand out in the constantly changing world of information and technology.
Seattle area real estate broker Kim Pelham uses her expertise in staging, organizing and successfully selling and listing homes to make sure home sellers don't leave money on the table when preparing, listing and selling their home. Her book, Six-Word Lessons on Selling Your Home in Seattle, is a must-read for anyone wanting to sell in this unique market. The book includes several links to photos of staging and home ideas.
Six-Word Lessons for Intentional Parenting is Mary Waldmann's third book in the series. She draws on her experience raising three children to be responsible adults, and her passion for following tried and true parenting methods to help children learn and grow to be happy and well-adjusted. The advice in this book is for parenting children ages birth to 10, and has great tips on teaching kids to keep their sense of wonder while respecting themselves and others.
Adding to our new Real Estate category is Six-Word Lessons for Smart Home-Buying in Seattle by real estate broker, Laura Brodniak. Anyone buying a home in the current market in the Seattle area needs all the advice they can get, and Laura has the experience and knowledge to help arm you with the knowledge to compete with other home buyers in this challenging market.
Writing Summit in January - Get Your Book Done Now!
Local publisher, book-writing coach and friend, Karen Lynn Maher, is hosting an ExpertAuthor Writing Summit and Patty Pacelli will be discussing how self-publishing can work for you and some different ways to self-publish. This is a working conference where you will identify your unique point of view, plan your entire book/writing project, commit to a plan that works for you, create an accountability team, and more. Several who attended last year's conference have now completed and published their books. You can do it too!
Saturday, January 27, 2018, 8 am - 6 pm
The Heathman Hotel
220 Kirkland Ave.
Kirkland WA 98033
$375 - Register here
New Author Signing Fee for 2018
Beginning January 1, 2018, Pacelli Publishing's upfront signing fee for authors writing a Six-Word Lessons book will be $400. If you are working on a book proposal and outline for us, it will be $300 if sent to us before that date. Other royalty amounts will remain the same.
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