Best-Selling Author Jen Sincero on Book Proposals, Bootcamps and Being A Bad Ass

She’s back on the blog, and this time, it’s personal. I mentioned in a previous blog post about my experience in Jen Sincero’s Nonfiction Book Proposal In A Week Bootcamp, and how I was floored by her aprroach and style, the materials provided, the caliber and encouragement of the group, as well as what I actually got accomplished.

Because of that amazing experience, I knew I wanted to interview Jen for this blog. However, I knew you readers wouldn’t be satisfied hearing us pat ourselves on the back at your expense. Instead, I attempted my first split-screen Skype video interview (thus, the big “demo” banner running along the bottom of it) where we dished about how book marketing has changed since her two best sellers hit the shelves, the advantages of having a blog, her top time management tip and the importance of planning along with other goodies.

If you have 16 minutes I hope you’ll let yourself into Jen’s world and enjoy our social marketing convo. Her next Book Proposal in a Week Bootcamp starts April 11th, and I highly recommend it.

(Why do Vimeo and YouTube always grab the frame where you look the goofiest as the lead for the video?)

Tags: bootcamp, jen sincero, nonfiction writing, social media coaching, time management

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