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How to Get Published
How to Get Published!
Sayreville Public Library
Thursday, Feb. 21, 2:00PM-4:00PM
Register Online or call 732-727-0212.
Are you longing for the day you will see your name in print? Do you spend hours a day penning a draft praying that one day it will be seen by eyes other than yours? The statistics say 80% of Americans would like to get published. Yet, only 10% of people make it happen. You can be part of the 10%! Let professional writer, Terri Huggins, guide you through the many options available for publishing. You'll get a basic overview about publishing blogs, ebooks, traditional books,magazines, and newspapers. Plus, you'll learn how to decide which avenue is best for you.
Note: This event will occur during the Creative Writing Group meeting, but everyone is welcome to join for this presentation!
About the Presenter: Terri M. Huggins is a New Jersey based journalist, speaker and passionate writer about education, business, lifestyle, culture and all things weddings. Her writing practice, Terrific Words, specializes in creating content for magazines and businesses.
Some of her work has appeared in Bridal Guide Magazine, Contemporary Bride, The Frisky, Inside New Jersey, Dance Magazine, InsuranceQuotes.com, REDBOOK, Sister 2 Sister, Your Tango and more.  She recently published the ebook, 100 Things You Should Never Say – Wedding Edition.  In addition to writing, Terri has a special place in her heart for volunteering. She has volunteered along side church groups, child mentor programs, and nursing homes frequently. To learn more about her work, visit www.TerrificWords.com


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