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Marian Rothschild hosts Sunday's Literary Salon at the Boulder Bookstore

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If you are not a member of the Boulder Writers' Workshop, and this was why you missed out on Marian Rothschild's presentation at the self-publishing seminar last weekend, this weekend you get a second chance to catch her live, in person, and in Boulder--for free! Rothschild will be hosting the next Boulder Writers' Workshop Literary Salon, and the event is open to the public--members and non-members alike! Here are the details:

Literary Salon hosted by Marian Rothschild
When: Sunday, May 4, from 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Where: Boulder Bookstore (1107 Pearl Street)
Cost: Free, preregistration required

Marian will be reading from her best-selling book Look Good Now and Always: A Do-It-Yourself Style Makeover For Busy Women and leading a discussion on writing and publishing. Not just for women; attendees can ask questions about how this novice started the book-writing process, what kept her going, and how the book became a best-seller on Amazon. (One secret but simple technique!) Come to explore how personal brand and professional image can help for your writing career and your income and your image as an author.

Rothschild is herself a member of the Boulder Writers' Workshop. Read her member spotlight interview (presented by Karen Hemmerle).

The Boulder Writers' Workshop has been hosting weekend literary salons for several years now, in which attendees talk about the craft and business of writing, share their experiences and advice, and inspire each other upon a wide range of topics. If you are a writer--of any genre, at any level of experience, whether self-published or with a small press or with one of the "Big Five" or not published at all--you are welcome and invited to join this group for an excellent afternoon's conversation.

You can get an idea of how these literary salons go by reading Ellen Nordberg's post, "Highlights from the Literary Salon: Susan Osborn Teaches Compassion and Healing." Osborn led the April 13 salon, and Nordberg offers an informative and tantalizing overview of the event. If reading it makes you wish you were there, make sure not to miss Sunday's salon led by Marian Rothschild.