If you want to write a “perennial” bestselling nonfiction book, one that remains a bestseller year after year for decades, attend this afternoon’s Author Thought Leader interview with Richard Bolles.
This afternoon, Tuesday, June 24th, at 4 pm Eastern, Richard Bolles will share some of the writing lessons and tips he’s learned writing–and rewriting–What Color Is Your Parachute? A Practical Manual for Job hunters and Career Changers.
It’s the world’s most popular guide to job hunting and career changing, now in its 41st edition!
We’ll be discussing Parachute’s background as a self-published book, as well as writing tips and lessons that Richard Bolles has learned during the 3 decades of the book’s consistent leadership in its category.
What are the lessons we can takeaway from Parachute’s success?
I’ve been studying Parachute for over 30 years. (See previous blog post.)
During today’s author thought leader interview teleseminar call, we’ll be addressing two core questions:
- Where does he find the time to research and write a new edition each year?
- How did Richard Bolles find the time to write 2 new books in the Parachute series this year?
I’m also going to ask Richard Bolles to discuss his writing habits and tools he uses when writing new books or updating previous editions of his books and workbooks.
To attend my Richard Bolles interview
I’ll be talking to Richard Bolles, Tuesday, June 24, at 4 PM Eastern. To attend, dial 605-475-6150 and enter PIN 513391. Call-in early and say hello! There will be time for comments and questions at the end of the call. Or, submit comments and questions about What Color Is Your Parachute? as comments, below.