RISE Relationship and Information Series for Entrepreneurs is just around the corner. This week-long un-conference, both hosted by and presented to entrepreneurs, goes on from March 26-30 and is free to the public. This year, Your Written Word Founder Rachel Brownlow is slated to present a free seminar titled From Expert to Thought Leader: Why Now is the Time to Launch Your Book.
    About RISE Austin: Just the Facts, Please
    Who: Entrepreneurs of Austin, TX
    What: RISE Austin, a week-long, nonprofit “un-conference”
    When: Monday, March 26th – Friday, March 30th
    Where: Select locations in Austin, TX
    How: All events are hosted by and geared toward Austin’s community of entrepreneurs
    Why: To educate, inspire and empower Austin’s entrepreneurs
       Your Written Word Presents Free Seminar
      From Expert to Thought Leader: Why Now is the Time to Launch Your Book
        From Expert to Thought Leader will cover the following points:
          1. How writing a book can help transform people from experts into community thought leaders
          2. Why now is the time to write your book
          3. Publishing options
          4. Essentials of building a book platform
          5. The importance of beta and customer reviews
            This event is free to the public and will be held at Tech Ranch Austin, March 27, 2012, from 8 -9:30 a.m. Your Written Word Founder Rachel Brownlow will host the presentation.
              There are only 25 spots available for this seminar. Go HERE to register.
                Date: March 27, 2012
                Time: 8 – 9:30 a.m.
                Location: 
                9111 Jollyville Rd
                Tech Ranch
                Austin, TX 78759

                About the author

                Rachel Rachel Brownlow is founder and CEO of Your Written Word LLC, a ghostwriting company that helps successful and aspiring business leaders take their ideas from conception to publication. She has written, edited, proofread, consulted and/or created publishing proposals for more than a dozen nonfiction books. She also contributes to a variety of magazines and publications, including the Austin Business Journal, Austin Monthly, NSIDE Magazine and Georgetown View Magazine. You can find more of her work at rachelbrownlow.com/portfolio.