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Seven Steps to Selling Your Show... in 45 Minutes

Hey, guys--

Just wanted to invite you all to a fun event next week. I'm hosting a short (and totally free!) seminar/discussion on Saturday, February 28, at The Writer's Store in Los Angeles, followed by a book signing of Small Screen, Big Picture: A Writer's Guide to the TV Business.

In the seminar, "Seven Steps to Selling Your Show," we'll be talking about the seven areas of an effective television pitch... and how to put them together successfully. We'll also have a Q&A to talk about pitching, TV, and the book itself.

So if you're in L.A. next weekend, please come... I'd love to see you there!

Here's the scoop...

WHAT:
"Seven Steps to Selling Your Show," a short seminar on TV, pitching, and selling your hit show... followed by a book signing

WHEN:
Saturday, February 28, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.

WHERE:
The Writers Store
2040 Westwood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90025

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO RSVP!
(or just show up...)

P.S. Just a quick, shameless note of fun self-promotion and excitement... Small Screen, Big Picture
hit an all-time high this weekend on the Amazon best-selling charts, landing at #2 on the list of bestselling TV/screenwriting books, #2 on Amazon's list of performing arts book, and #38 on the list of general job-hunting and career books! Also, special thanks to Amanda the Aspiring TV Writer and TVbytheNumbers for the great reviews... I really appreciate it, guys!

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