Monday, April 27, 2009


Fourth Annual Writer’s Breakthrough Workshop to be held on May 30, 2009 will offer book publishing education, motivation and encouragement for writers.

Many writers have gifts and talents that go unused or unshared. Why? Because these writers simply do not know what to do with their work. These gifted writers have written things that will touch and change the lives of others in a positive way. They have written books that are complete and ready for publication, but do not know how to protect their work or even where to begin when it comes to publishing their own book.

Some of these writers have gone so far as getting book publishing quotes from self-publishing companies only to become overwhelmed with the high cost of publishing through these companies. Many become frustrated trying to “figure out on their own” how to get their book published. These writers will benefit from the Fourth Annual Writer’s Breakthrough Workshop.

During the workshop, author and publisher Dr. Grace LaJoy Henderson teaches writers and aspiring authors the steps necessary to publish their own book. She takes the time out to personally answer their individual questions about copyrighting and publishing their own books. Those who attend the Fourth Annual Writer’s Breakthrough workshop will also learn ways to identify if writing is their gift.

The Fourth Annual Writer’s Breakthrough Workshop will be held on May 30, 2009 at the Mazuma Credit Union Community Room, 615 W. Foxwood Drive, Raymore, MO 64083. For more information or to register call 816-318-1388 or e-mail Website:

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