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All The Write Marketing is a publishing podcast by Cardinal Rule Press, a children’s publishing company located in Central Michigan but connected globally.

In each episode, Host, and Founder of CRP, Maria Dismondy connects with literary agents from all walks of life to discuss tips and useful information for writers and industry insiders alike.
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Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music      In this episode, you will learn: How librarians decide what books to purchase and what resources they use?   How to create a balance between classic and modern selections.   Creative marketing strategies to get partons into your library reading!   Find out more about Olivia Gorecke here:   Website: https://bookshop.org/shop/oliviathelibrarian/   Social Media Handles: @oliviathelibrarian (Instagram)   Quote from show: “Lists, national days and interesting topics are great ways to drive patrons to the library!”
Panelists include: Anita Amin  --  https://anitaaminbooks.com/ Carrie Finison  -- www.carriefinison.com Jane Porter  -- www.janeporter.co.uk Tyler Feder  -- www.tylerfeder.com     If you enjoyed today’s show don’t forget to subscribe and join us every week on Tuesdays for a new episode where listeners will hear from experts offering advice, tips and tricks on how to market and grow your small business in today’s industry.
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music    In this episode, you will learn:   The importance of community in regards to marketing! An amazing platform to bring community together.   Find out more about Brittany Dixon here: https://processforprofit.co/contact/    
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music  In this episode of All the Write Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with guest Lynn Sanders about how to use your personal story to catapult your business.    Have you ever felt like the universe was trying to get your attention and push you in a different direction? Well, Lynn Sanders through a series of events, experienced what she likes to describe as her “wake up call”. Through this wake up call, Lynn has found the importance of living life fully and to doing things that are aligned with who you are and what is meaningful to you. When you are living out your purpose and you are sharing your personal story, that is when you are most powerful and can make a difference in others lives. What story do you have to share with the world?       In this episode, you will learn:   Why is telling your story important?   How do you craft a compelling story?   What are important tips to know in telling your story on-camera?     Find out more about Lynn Sanders here:   Website: https//www.DifferenceMakersMedia.com   Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Instagram
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music  In this episode of All the Write Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with guest Jenn Adams, a special education teacher all about how to build community and rapport in the classroom.    What if you could use books to help build relationships in your classroom? As teachers, building relationships is so important and with the shift in online learning it is more important than ever! Jenn talks about how books are a great way to help build connection and engagement in the classroom by getting the students involved by asking questions and having them share their own life experiences as they connect with the story and the characters. She believes that when teachers model social and emotional skills and how to build meaningful relationships in the classroom, students can take what they learn and apply it in their daily lives.    In this episode, you will learn:   Why should teachers read more books at the beginning of the year to build relationships in the classroom? How do you use books to build community in the classroom?  What might a lesson look like in your classroom? Where I find books for my classroom Find out more about Jenn Adams here:   Website:  Instagram Facebook    Facebook Community   Pinterest   Join my email list for tips, freebies, and ideas for teachers and families.  https://teach-love-autism.ck.page/0c477a89f5
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music    In this episode of All the Write Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Barbara Gruener, a teacher and school counselor about how she connects with heart and why it’s so important.   All we need is love, simple but not always easy. As parents, authors, and educators, etc.  We can change a child’s life by listening with intention, and showing them with our words and actions that they matter and have a voice in this world.  In Barbara Gruener’s book Mr. Quigley’s Keys, she brings connecting with heart to life by sharing the story of a school handyman and how he serves and connects with the students by showing love, empathy and kindness. Her book reinforces the power of connection and how by serving others with heart we can make a difference one person at a time.      In this episode, you will learn:   How can you connect with Heart? What are some words of wisdom to help you live with heart? When looking for books in your classroom, what do you look for?    Find out more about Barbara Gruener here:   Website:  CorneronCharacter.com,  BarbaraGruenerauthor.com Instagram: @BarbaraGruenerauthor Twitter: @barbaragruener
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music    In this episode of All the Write Marketing Maria Dismondy talks with Allison Szczecinski a special educator, children's book author, and social emotional learning coach all about how you can use books in the classroom and at home to teach important social and emotional skills.   Allison is passionate about books and using them as important teaching tools at home and in the classroom. In her coaching practice she teaches that SEL books can help teach social and emotional skills but not by themselves. It is up to us as parents, teachers and guardians to make sure that we are following through and helping our children apply these important skills in their everyday lives.    In this episode, you will learn:   Can books really teach SEL skills?  How can we leverage the great behavior and SEL books out there for the kids who need them most?  What's an effective strategy for encouraging the carryover of skills taught within books?   How publishers marketing to educators and schools is a great way to introduce books to families.  Find out more about Allie Szczecinkski here:   Website: http://www.missbehaviorblog.com Follow Allie on Instagram If you enjoyed today’s show don’t forget to subscribe and join us every week on Tuesdays for a new episode where listeners will hear from experts offering advice, tips and tricks on how to market and grow your small business in today’s industry.
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music     In this episode on All the WRITE Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Suhani Parikh, a publisher and author on how she is redefining children’s literature.     Suhani Parikh, set out to write her debut children's book, she knew it had to be based on her experience growing up as an Indian-American girl with alopecia. This led her to the formation of Modern Marigold Books, an independent publishing company creating own-voice children's books that discuss identity, culture, and communal responsibility. Suhani talks all about her unique publishing practices and how she likes to empower her authors to be a part of the publishing process from selecting the illustrator down to marketing their books. .  In this episode, you will learn:   A new approach to traditional publishing How her authors are setting up their audience when it comes time to releasing their books How Modern Marigold Books is helping close the gap in the book industry. What she looks for when selecting her next author to publish.      Find out more about Suhani here:   Website: http://www.modernmarigoldbooks.com   Follow us on Instagram @modernmarigoldbooks  Check out our book titles on www.modernmarigoldbooks.com
Subscribe:  iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music   In this episode on All the WRITE Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Lisa Rose, an educator and author on how you can diversify your child’s bookshelf.    Lisa Rose is a recovering first-grade teacher now turned author. As a mother of a special needs daughter, she noticed that there weren’t many diverse children's books. It was important to Lisa to have books that represent other groups of people or individuals that you don’t often see. She made it her mission to create books that were fun but that also created awareness around diversity. Lisa believes that when children can see themselves or others that may look different than them in stories it creates connection, common ground, and empathy for others.    In this episode, you will learn: What is the value of your child reading diverse books? What is casual diversity? What are some examples of books with casual diversity? why some books are considered to have casual diversity.     Find out more about Lisa Rose here:   Website: https://lisarosewrites.com/ Twitter Instagram Join the Facebook Group- The Missing Voice Check out Lisa’s New Books the Singer and the Scientist and A Zombie Vacation   Quote from show:  “Children need to have what we call mirrors, where they can see themselves in books and also windows where they can see others. As you see others it creates empathy for the other because they find that they have so much in common”
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music    In this episode on All the WRITE Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Angela Engel, founder of The Collective Book Studio on how to network and create relationships to grow and market your business.    Angela is no stranger to the publishing world. After working 20 years at several different major publishing companies Angela decided to create her own company that would disrupt the publishing industry by giving budding authors more ownership and authority in the publishing process. Angela uses her passion for networking, to create authentic relationships to help grow her business and shares with us how important it is to put yourself out there and connect with others when you are an entrepreneur.      In this episode, you will learn:   How to leverage influencers to help market your books How to target your ideal audience How to use networking to develop relationships and grow your business  Find out more about Angela Engel here:   Website: https://thecollectivebook.studio/   Grab your copy of “Eat Cake for Breakfast” Here! Check out Angela’s blog Learn more about The Collective Book studio Here! Sign Up for The Collective Book Studio Newsletter
Panelists include: Hannah Carmona -- https://www.hannahcarmona.org/ Sarah & Ian Hoffman -- https://www.sarahandianhoffman.com/ Adria Karlsson -- https://www.adriakarlsson.com/ Rob Sanders -- https://www.robsanderswrites.com/ Gareth Peter -- https://garethpeter.co.uk/   Find out more at https://cardinalrulepress.lpages.co/june-pride-month/   If you enjoyed today’s show don’t forget to subscribe and join us every week on Tuesdays for a new episode where listeners will hear from experts offering advice, tips and tricks on how to market and grow your small business in today’s industry.
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music    In this episode on All the WRITE Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Amy Dean, Editorial and Marketing Director for Blue Manatee press on all the new trends in picture books and how to creatively market them.    Amy Dean's love of books started when she was a young child. Reading inspired her so much that she pursued a career in publishing. She sees the world in stories and has the privilege to help bring others' lives and experience to younger generations. When marketing the books she wants to bring into the world Amy Dean gets creative by using the theme of the book to challenge her audience to play and use their imagination in their own lives to help bring the book to life.       In this episode, you will learn:   Who are you marketing to? What are some fun tie-in activities/event kits for picture books? How do you get readers to more deeply engage with picture books? What's an important thing to keep in mind about the audience of a picture book?  Find out more about Amy Dean here:   Website:    Baby Unplugged Series: http://www.bluemanateepress.com/baby-unplugged   Baby Unplugged: Make: http://www.bluemanateepress.com/baby-unplugged-make Rainy Day Resources: http://www.bluemanateepress.com/rainy-day-activities
 Subscribe:  iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music  In this episode on All the WRITE Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Mel Corrigan, Business and Visibility Director at Scribe Publishing on the production and marketing of the book trade business.   Mel Corrigan has a PHD in Fuel Science where she took her love of numbers and books to create a career she loves! She uses her analytical mind to strategically look at the big picture of promoting and marketing books to the masses. Mel talks about the importance of timelines and all the love and care that goes into bringing a book to life.    In this episode, you will learn:   What is the value of a 12-14 month cycle for bringing books to market? How can reviews and awards be acquired and leveraged? How and when should a publisher seek endorsements for an upcoming YA fiction novel?     If you enjoyed today’s show don’t forget to subscribe and join us every week on Tuesdays for a new episode where listeners will hear from experts offering advice, tips and tricks on how to market and grow your small business in today’s industry.  Find out more about Mel Corrigan here:   Website: www.scribe-publishing.com   Instagram and Twitter: @scribepubco   Facebook- @Scribepublishingcompany
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music    In this episode on All the WRITE Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Amy Losak, a public relations professional and her journey of publishing her mother’s book “H is for Haiku”   After Amy’s mother passed away unexpectedly Amy was on a mission to publish her mother’s work. She started her journey with a non-profit called Arts for All in New York City to work with teachers in schools on the arts education program. The Haiku poems that Amy selected from her mother’s collection served as prompts for painting, drawing, music and theater. Amy helped fund the teacher residency’s for these programs in the Bronx and Queens to help bring her mothers work to life that would be meaningful for young people today. After much encouragement and enthusiasm from many she sent out her mother’s manuscript and it was picked up by a publishing company called Penny Candy Books where it was later honored by the National Council for Teachers of English in 2019 as the most “Notable Poetry Book.” Today Amy continues her mother’s legacy as a published author and continues to spread awareness about the beautiful artform of Haiku.       In this episode, you will learn:   What is a Haiku? What was her journey in publishing her mother’s work How Amy’s journey impacted her local school Arts program  How the pictures were illustrated Find out more about Amy Losak here:   Check out Amy Losak’s  group of female Jewish KidLit authors, The Book Meshuggenahs (www.thebookmeshuggenahs.com). Who strive to serve as a resource for Jewish families and the community with our books and accompanying educational materials/resources/activities. Also, follow Amy on   Twitter: https://twitter.com/AmyLosak Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amy-losak-836b686/
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music I   In this episode on All the WRITE Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Kelsey Murphy a Business and Life Coach, about how to use your passion and your why to help you market and sell your product.  Kelsey Murphy is a Business & Life Coach that believes we do our best when we’re at our best, that everyone is passionate about something, and that life shouldn’t be taken too seriously. She is on a mission to help entrepreneurs build a life of fulfilment, success and great relationships. Kelsey shares that marketing may not always our best skillset but we can use the passion and love for what we do to help fuel our marketing efforts. She goes over her three part framework that she uses to communicate her message in a fun and authentic way.        In this episode, you will learn:   How to sell and market when it’s not your skillset.  How to come to marketing from a place of passion.  3 Part framework of Know, Feel and Do.   If you enjoyed today’s show don’t forget to subscribe and join us every week on Tuesdays for a new episode where listeners will hear from experts offering advice, tips and tricks on how to market and grow your small business in today’s industry.  Find out more about Kelsey Murphy here:   Website: www.kelseymurphy.com   Grab your 30 Day Passion Planner Here! Tune in to Kelsey Murphy’s Work and Whiskey Podcast
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music  In this episode on All the WRITE Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Marylin DelaHoz, a business clarity coach on how your customer experience can be your marketing plan.    Marylin was 8 months pregnant when she decided to start her own business out of her home and not return to her corporate 9-5.  What started as a t-shirt business quickly evolved into creating customer gift boxes for entrepreneurs. She dug into what it meant to deliver a great customer experience and how by delighting your customers with thoughtful and personalized gifts your business can stand out and market itself. After being in the entrepreneurial space for about 4 years and seeing what an impact a great client experience can have on your business, she felt called to help coach other women to gain clarity and direction in their business.  In this episode, you will learn:   How to market yourself in creative ways How to stay top of mind How to build know, like and trust   Find out more about Marylin DelaHoz here:   Website: http://www.marylindelahoz.com Chaos to clarity kit- Turn your ideas into inspired action!  Link when it drops in JUNE!  30 min Brainstorming session with Marylin
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music   In this episode on All the WRITE Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Oanh Jordan, founder and CEO of Tiny Triumph co. on how finding your personal why is the foundation to any business.     Oanh Jordan is a speaker and multi-passionate entrepreneur but her journey didn’t begin there. After several years working in the engineering industry she felt like there was something missing. She wanted to find something that not only she was good at but made her feel fulfilled and gave her purpose. In that process she discovered the importance of finding your why and how it’s our unique experiences that tell a story and help weave our mission into what we want to bring to the world.   In this episode, you will learn:   How to gain clarity with your why. The power of discovering your why. How finding your why makes a huge impact on your marketing.  Find out more about Oahn Jordan here:   www.tiny-triumph.co   You can follow Oanh on Instagram: @tinytriumphco   If you're unsure where to start grab Oanh’s ebook with daily journal prompts to help get you started. Head to www.tiny-triumph.co/challenge for more details.   To work 1:1 with Oahn to help gain clarity and find your why contact her at  hello@tiny-triumph.co to set up a session. If you enjoyed today’s show don’t forget to subscribe and join us every week on Tuesdays for a new episode where listeners will hear from experts offering advice, tips and tricks on how to market and grow your small business in today’s industry.
Panelists include:  Julia Cook -- https://www.juliacookonline.com/ Ebony Glenn -- https://www.ebonyglenn.com/ Michele McAvoy -- https://www.michelemcavoy.com/ Tom Pecival -- http://tom-percival.com/ Sam Wedelich -- https://samwedelich.com/ Johanna Wright -- https://johannawright.com/   Find out more at https://cardinalrulepress.lpages.co/may-mental-health-month
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music   In this episode on All the WRITE Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Layne Booth, the CEO and dashboard expert of the Booth Project on how to use virtual events to grow your audience.    Layne Booth started her career off as an industrial engineer and has used her years of experience to help growth-minded entrepreneurs identify key metrics in their business that help them scale and identify new growth opportunities. Layne uses virtual summits in her business to connect and bring value to her audience. She talks about how virtual summits could be what your business is missing if you want to increase your brand awareness and make an impact with your audience.    In this episode, you will learn:   How to increase awareness with virtual events. How to tie your call to action into your virtual event. What are the challenges of running a virtual summit? Find out more about Layne Booth here: www.theprojectbooth.com   Join Layne’s Facebook group Simplify and Scale  Join a Masterclass held by Layne!  Follow Layne Booth on Social Media:    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theprojectbooth Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theprojectbooth Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/simplifyandscaleyourbiz Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/laynebooth/
Subscribe: iTunes I  Spotify I Google Play Music In this episode on All the WRITE Marketing, Maria Dismondy talks with Miriam Laundry,  best-selling author and writing mentor on how to find the courage to publish your first book.    Miriam’s  journey as an author started when she was feeling stuck in the mindset of “I can’t.” Embracing growth Miriam attended a self-development conference by Jack Canfield. She went home feeling so inspired that she wanted to share what she had learned with her children and felt the best way to do so was to engage them with a story and so her first book “ I CAN Believe in Myself” came to be. Now Miriam continues to write award-winning children’s books and now mentors other aspiring authors. Miriam believes that writers need a sense of community to encourage and inspire each other to have the courage to share their stories and make the world a better place one book at a time.  In this episode, you will learn: How to organize your ideas for your book How to push through when fear creeps up  Where to find resources when you are looking to self publish  When is getting a Mentor a good idea   If you enjoyed today’s show don’t forget to subscribe and join us every week on Tuesdays for a new episode where listeners will hear from experts offering advice, tips and tricks on how to market and grow your small business in today’s industry.  Find out more about Miriam Laundry here: www.miriamlaundry.com Facebook: @MiriamLaundryFanPage  Twitter: @MiriamLaundry Instagram: @miriamlaundrypublishing   Miriam’s Writing Formula for Children’s Books: MiriamLaundry.com/myblueprint
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Christina Witek

love the affirmations and want to use them more.....who is the author of the book Pathway to Success? I couldnt find it with a quick search. Thanks so much!

Jul 28th
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