We are proud to present our debut release Writing As A Tool of Empowerment. Written by leading entertainment and lifestyle journalist Gil L. Robertson IV, the book offers a step by step guide on how to make your dreams come true in the world of media and journalism. From "Getting Started" and Developing Ideas that Sell" to "Developing Growth Strategies for the Marketplace" and "Negotiating Services," Writing As A Tool of Empowerment delivers invaluable lessons on achieving success in the media marketplace. Featuring in dept interviews with industry leaders like Yannick Rice Lamb, Lee Bailey, Kelly Carter, Tanya Hart, Patrick Henry Bass, Tavis Smiley and Nelson George, Writing As A Tool of Empowerment.
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What People Are Saying about Writing As a Tool of Empowerment
Writing As A Tool of Empowerment can help every writer at all stages of their development. It offers some important tips from other writers who have picked up a few tricks along the way. For beginning writers the book is a must, because it helps you get over the fear of staring at a blank sheet of paper, or a blank computer screen. The tips in this book help writers to write with confidence by finding their own voice. Ray Metoyer, President - National Association of Black Journalists - Atlanta
Writing As A Tool is a book every wanna-be journalist should read for inspiration while breaking into the biz. It answers every question (re: query letters, internships, etc.) and gives a handful of sound advice from people who've made it. If you're strapped for cash and time, skip j-school and play by this book. - Jessica Koslow, Campus Circle Magazine
"I've worked with Gil on high-profile feature stories from "Boyz In The Hood" to "Rosewood" to "Baby Boy" and find him to be an outstanding media professional. He respects the subjects he covers and that makes all the difference." - John Singleton, Award-winning director
"Writing As A Tool of Empowerment will introduce you to effective journalism and media skills. I've worked with Gil Robertson on numerous projects and I believe that he's one of the best journalists in the business." - Monique, star of "The Parkers"