This four-hour lecture series takes a look at the changes in our society and how we can communicate to a world that doesn't read. Also a look at the reality of rejection, the elements of a book proposal, and the business of writing.
Some of the material may be a little dated since this particular lecture was given many years ago. The cost has been discounted for you because of that. Some of this material may be repeated in other lectures.
The lecture was originally given at an American Christian Writers conference. If you want more information on their conferences and services visit www.acwriters.com.
Steve Laube, a literary agent and president of The Steve Laube Agency, has been in the book industry for nearly 40 years, first as a bookstore manager where he was awarded the National Store of the Year by CBA. He then spent over a decade with Bethany House Publishers and was named the Editor of the Year. He later became an agent where he has represented nearly 1,000 new books and was named Agent of the Year by ACFW. He was also inducted into the Grand Canyon University Hall-of-Fame by their College of Theology.
In addition, he is the publisher at Enclave Publishing an imprint of Gilead Publishing and also serves as president and owner of The Christian Writers Institute. His office is in Phoenix, Arizona.