Monday, August 16, 2010

Come Listen to A Good Story is A Good Story with guest Carolyn Howard-Johnson

Tonight August 16 8 PM CENTRAL - A GOOD STORY IS A GOOD STORY with Host Marsha Casper Cook, April Robins, Freda Roberts, and Virginia S. Grenier. Their guest this week is Carolyn Howard – Johnson. Marketing Matters. Carolyn is going to discuss the importance of marketing. She has a series of book that have won multiple awards. She’s an author, speaker, publishing consultant and book promoting coach. She is a one woman show and a very special woman. She has helped many writers learn how to do the impossible – market their work using techniques that are affordable. Her expertise has helped put writers on the map She was awarded Woman of the Year in Arts and Entertainment by the California Legislature; her home town's Character and Ethics Commission honored for her work on promoting tolerance and the Pasadena Weekly named her to their list of "San Gabriel Valley women who make life happen" for literary activism. American Women's Business Association (ABWA) named her Outstanding Woman in 2007 Her nitty gritty how-to book, THE FRUGAL BOOK PROMOTER won USA Book News' Best Professional Book 2004 and the Book Publicists of Southern California's Irwin Award. THE FRUGAL EDITOR: PUT YOUR BEST BOOK FORWARD TO AVOID HUMILIATION AND ENUSRE SUCCESS is the second in the HowToDo It Frugally series ( It was named the best publishing book of 2007 by USA Book News. Her second in that series is The Frugal Editor: Put Your Best Book Forward to Avoid Humiliation and Ensure Success . It won USA Book New and Reader Views Literary nods. The show will also include April's Pick, Freda's favorite Classic Movie and Virginia's Perspective. Join in on the fun. You will be glad you did. THE LINK TO THE SHOW. More information can be found online at


  1. I'm familiar with the Frugal Editor from one of my Yahoo! Groups. I think its the VBT Writers Group. SHe has lots of good advice. Been on Red River Blog Radio once too. Its a great way to reach an audience.

    Stephen Tremp

  2. Carolyn is great. She's the reason my writing isn't just a hobby anymore. :)