In Hope, Habit, and Vision, a seminar on how to complete a book and "get it out there," the largely self-taught author Paul Assimacopoulos will share the main lessons he has learned about book writing from his first fast-and-furious years of developing and completing books, an act that requires both planning and spontaneity.
Participating writers will learn the basics of how to visualize, set the terms for, and develop the creative habits, depth, hope, and drive to complete their books while allowing for discoveries along the way. Writers will also take away tips for getting their completed books "out there" in front of the eyes of publishers or agents.
About Our Speaker:
International Grammy-nominated, Oscar-eligible writer, editor, author, ghostwriter, story consultant, and word lover Paul Assimacopoulos learned to read and write before he could talk. After working in live music and fine arts, the book bug bit him and bit him hard with the publication of his first book, a novella-length adventure memoir set in the far west of China. Assimacopoulos has collaborated with author-clients as diverse as Michelin-starred master chef Vikas Khanna; and noted exoneree, public speaker, and graffiti artist Fernando Bermudez (aka MOST). He calls New York City home, but feels just at home abroad.
You can read more about Assimacopoulos' work at www.PaulAssimacopoulos.com