Authorpreneurship 101: Write and Share Your Story

If you want to be a writer, you’ll first need to write. When will you start writing? Now.

Join my Authorpreneurship class, beginning in October 2017 in Chicago, IL. This class is designed to show students how to get their stories first on paper and then out into the world. Students will receive insider know-how to help them write their own stories during hands-on workshops. Becoming an author doesn’t happen by chance. It’s takes hustle, determination, and plenty of sleepless nights slaving away at your computer. But if you’re willing to do the work, your dream of publishing a book can come true. How do I know? Because I did it with my own book, The Blazing Star.

81% of Americans want to write a book, but only 1% of Americans will ever publish one. Let’s get you into that 1%.

Authorpreneurship 101 will be taught by CS instructor Imani Josey (www.imanijosey.com).

Date(s): Saturday, October 14, 21, 28

Time: 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Sign up here


Grab your shirt before class starts

Authorpreneur Shirts come in Men’s and Women’s sizes ($22). Purchase here

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I’d Rather Be Reading Shirts come in Men’s and Women’s sizes ($22). Purchase here

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Imani Josey

Imani is a writer from Chicago, Illinois. After graduating Howard University in Washington, DC, Imani received her Masters from Northwestern University. Sometime during all of that studying, she danced professionally for the Chicago Bulls as a (Luvabulls) cheerleader, and won the titles of Miss Chicago and Miss Cook County for the Miss America Organization, as well as Miss Black Illinois USA. Read her short story “North” in the forthcoming Hidden Youth anthology, out November 2016 by Crossed Genres.

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