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Marketing Tip; If You Have Sexy, Flaunt It – Jack Remick

About 18 months ago I gave a friend some advice (yes, he asked) about his book marketing. I told him that since he had such a sexy (Sam Elliott-ish) voice – which caused the man who will write about anything, and I do mean anything, to flush red with embarrassment – that he should be doing radio interviews; not to mention he knows everything about stringing words together in a mesmerizing and haunting way. Now, I can’t keep up with all the radio interviews he does.

 

So, if you want to learn from a master writer, sizzling poet, word alchemist and generous teacher, (oh, and then there’s that Sam Elliott like voice) then listen to Jack Remick in Friday night’s conversation with Bennet Pomerantz and Annette Klauseon Anything Goes – Talk Radio

October 12, 2012 @ 7:00PM. I’ll be there. Be prepared to take copious note. Here’s the link
 

Jack is also teaching at the PNWA fall workshop series ‘Writing Sex – Breaking the Self-Censoring Barrier’ (November 3rd) in Issaquah WA. Here’s the PNWA link

For a complete collection of Jack Remick books visit Amazon. Thank you!
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2 comments on “Marketing Tip; If You Have Sexy, Flaunt It – Jack Remick

  1. Jack
    October 13, 2012

    I did not bribe Mindy to post this. I did not offer chocolate or a trip to Hawaii. She did this on her own and I am very grateful. Signed, Sexy Jack

  2. Stephen Hayes
    October 10, 2012

    Believe me, if I had sexy I'd flaunt it.

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