Indie Publishing for the Nonprofit Leader

A book or ebook is a great way to share your nonprofit’s experience and insights, bring more visibility to your cause, and establish yourself as a passionate authority. With the expanding universe of independent publishing (a.k.a. self-publishing), the world is now your oyster. How do you make it work for you and your organization? In this webinar we will explore this new opportunity.

Master the right language for:

What a book/ebook can do for your organization (and you)
Advice on the style, structure, and voice of a book that creates social change
Introduction to independent publishing
Recommended resources

Dalya Massachi is the award-winning author of the 2011 independently published book, “Writing to Make a Difference: 25 Powerful Techniques to Boost Your Community Impact.” Her book gives social change agents the license to express themselves and engage their readers with authority, clarity, vision, and values. The Midwest Book Review called it “an excellent read and a top pick for the concerned person with a way with the pen.” Kim Klein said, “I recommend [this book] for those of us who write regularly and want to improve, and for those of us who don’t write because we don’t think we can.”

Dalya has served as the managing editor and coach for 4 other independently published books by community-oriented authors, and has helped produce several other titles. For 20 years Dalya has worked professionally with community-oriented organizations in editorial, marketing, and fundraising roles. She now helps nonprofit and community leaders become independently published authors.

Writing for Community Success specializes in helping community-oriented professionals and volunteers advance their missions through outstanding written materials. Our award-winning book is entitled, “Writing to Make a Difference: 25 Powerful Techniques to Boost Your Community Impact.” This feisty one-stop-shop shows you—step by step—how to turbocharge your fundraising and marketing documents. Writing for Community Success also offers a FREE feedback conference call twice a month (“Writing Wednesdays”), as well as a helpful newsletter and tip sheets. Affordable services include: interactive trainings and keynotes, one-on-one coaching, and editorial services on books, grant proposals, websites, and more.


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