|Sent on:||Monday, April 30, 2012 10:14 AM|
It's Monday at Author U ...
...And TODAY is the LAST DAY to register for the Extravaganza!
(food count goes in - no walk-in registrations.)
Today is the last day to register for the Extravaganza ... if you want to eat and get the 140 page workbook.
It's Administrative Assistants Week, National Honesty Day and Hairstyle Appreciation Day-take your pick! Tell your assistant that she or he rocks; no fudging today; and tell the women in your life that their hair looks terrific!
There will be a radio show on Thursday at 4 MDT 9 but no eblast-we will be at the Extravaganza. Hope to see you there as well!
Action Items for You ...
Have you registered ...
... for the Extravaganza? WOW! Four countries, over a dozen states represented. There are just a few seats left for this Friday and Saturday. Are you still procrastinating? Why? Don't think that we will be repeating speakers and sessions next year-it will be all new and most of the speakers are already booked-dates are May 3-5, 2013.
Registration for 2012 is on the website
LISTEN TODAY at 4:00 pm MST
Listen to ... Your Guide to Book Publishing: Everything you wanted to know about publishing and didn't know ... with your host, Judith Briles
This Thursday at 4 pm MDT. You can download the podcast later in the evening-just go to the website and listen on your computer or download to your iPod/MP3.
· Call in LIVE: (866)[masked]
· Tune in online: Rock Star Radio Network / Your Guide to Book Publishing
· Search iTunes for: "Your Guide to Book Publishing"
Kona Wants to be Adopted ...
Last week, AU told members about a pair of cats who were looking for a temp home. In an equal opportunity moment, it's dog week.
Member Kelie Plank has been fostering a 14-month old female Husky.
Kona was brought to her through the Mile High Husky Rescue from New Mexico. Kellie has done wonders in settling Kona down from being a spooked, non-trusting Husky to one that can sit, come, kennel, lie down and get in a car. "Kona is a sweet dog, not a high energy dog like most Husky's. She is rather content being with her owner, laying in the yard and likes to go on long walks with you in the park. A few notable characteristics of Kona: She needs patience and love. She is not a violent dog, she was an abused dog. She is still a puppy at 14 months and extremely trainable and very smart." If you know someone who might be interested in adopting Kona, contact Kellie at: [address removed].