York, PA (May 18, 2015) Aspiring authors on a mission to share hope, inspiration, and transformation can learn how to write, publish, and market books during Christine Kloser’s 5th Annual Transformational Author Experience and Writing Contest.
More than 20 New York Times best-selling authors, literary agents, publishers, marketing experts and transformational leaders will share publishing success insights during tele-classes May 18 – May 29, 2015. Online registration is open and all sessions are free.
“People in staggering numbers are making their bucket list dream to write and publish their books a priority. The Transformational Author Experience offers help and a deadline for the dream,” Kloser said.
Faculty members include NY Times Bestselling authors Lisa Nichols, Christy Whitman, and Chris Attwood; literary agents Wendy Keller and Bill Gladstone, and many more.
Contest entrants can win publishing packages, literary agent representation, book proposal consideration from a top non-fiction publisher, professional editing, writing workshops, and coaching to add fuel to their non-fiction authorship success.
To date, Kloser is proud to have trained more than 70,000 aspiring authors from 90 countries, and provides a transformational community for people to get help, step into their light, and share the message that is theirs to share.
About the 5th Annual Transformational Author Experience®:
Since 2011, Christine Kloser has produced the Transformational Author Experience to guide tens of thousands of aspiring authors around the world to prepare and share their stories. To learn more and request interviews with Kloser, call her at (800) 930-3713, send an email to [email protected], or register to participate at http://transformationalauthor.com
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