Harness the power of PR through storytelling & relationship building webinar

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Harness the power of PR through storytelling & relationship building

With Lilian Ledoux and Brendan McNulty

In this webinar, you’ll learn why it’s important to share your story to get in front of the right readers, how to recognize the limiting beliefs and mindset blocks stopping you from moving forward sharing your story, how to push past them, and use your story to build the right relationships with key media that will help you get in front of readers.

PR coach and publicist, Lilian Ledoux is an expert in storytelling and relationship building and the author of The Powerful Publicity Prescription.


About the speakers
Brendan McNulty - Now Novel co-founder
Brendan McNulty
  • Now Novel co-founder
  • Passionate about working with writers

Kickstart your Novel is a six-week course that will help you write three focused first chapters and your story’s synopsis with feedback from an experienced writing coach.


Upcoming schedule

Wednesday 11 October 2023
08:00 PDT / 11:00 EDT / 16:00 BST / 17:00 SAST
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Wednesday 01 November 2023
09:00 PDT / 12:00 EDT / 16:00 GMT / 18:00 SAST
Justin Hill - Audiobook creation 101
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