. . .Dozens of Authors
. . .Thousands of Readers
. . .All At One Event

FREE GENERAL ADMISSION TO THE PUBLIC
October 22-24, 2015 - 8th Anniversary - Houston, Texas
Location:  Fallbrook Church - 12512 Walters Rd., Houston, TX 77014

 


 
Marketing Your Book Effectively at NBBF - Presented by NBBF Steering Committee Members
Moderator:  Oswald Scott, Author and Attorney
Panelists: 
Fon James, Author and Life Coach
Rhonda Jackson Joseph, Author and Editor
Friday, October 23, 2015 @ 8:00 a.m.

The National Black Book Festival provides authors with a wonderful environment to sell their books.  Yet, sales results vary based upon the author's selling techniques.  Learn, from experienced marketing experts, how to get the most out of your experience at NBBF.

Oswald Scott is author of The Promise: A Black Manís Guide to Money, Power & Respect and attorney with 20 years of legal and business experience.  Licensed to practice law by the Texas and Louisiana State Bars, he received a Bachelor of Science degree from Louisiana State University, and a Juris Doctorate degree from Southern University Law Center. Oswald has been a member of the NBBF Steering Committee since 2008.
www.getthepromise.com

 

 

Fon James has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications from Jackson State University, an MBA from the University of Phoenix, and received her professional coaching certification from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching, an ICF certified coach training program, which allows her to hold the designation of Certified Professional Coach. Fon has more than 10 years of corporate marketing experience with a major insurance company. Fon has been a member of the NBBF Steering Committee since 2008.
www.fonjames.com

 

Rhonda Jackson Joseph began working as an editor with Whispers Publishing in 2007, and currently serves as the editor in chief.  She has an MFA in writing popular fiction from Seton Hill University. Rhonda has placed several short works in both the horror and romance genres. Her first novel, a contemporary romance entitled Call It What You Want, was released by Tea and a Tome Publishing in March 2007. Her other titles are A Dog On Something and The Act.  Rhonda has been a member of the NBBF Steering Committee since 2008.
www.rhondajacksonjoseph.com

For more information, please contact us via e-mail at:  info@nationalblackbookfestival.com


 

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