We’re talking to Matilda Butler today, another contributor in the Will the R.E.A.L. Authorpreneur Please Stand Up? compilation. Matilda’s career spans over 40 years and includes both traditional and independent published books.
Podcast Show Notes
- Find out what similarities writing has to cooking
- Matilda talks about her experiences both with traditional and independent publishing
- Matilda shares how her business experiences from managing a software company years ago are now used to manage her publishing company
- Find out how Matilda creates products to go along with her books on Etsy.com
- Matilda talks about ways writers can use video marketing. Check out her youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/WomensMemoirs
- Connect with Matilda on GoodReads.com
- Follow Matilda on Twitter @womensmemoirs
- For more information, visit http://womensmemoirs.com/
About the Guest
With a career that spans 40 years, Matilda Butler has focused on business and professional women’s issues while working to create, aggregate and distribute information via digital and traditional publishing media.
Butler has published more than 50 articles, contributed chapters to several anthologies, including The New Papyrus (Microsoft Press, 1986), co-authored the award-winning Women and the Mass Media (1980), co-edited Knowledge Utilization Systems (1983), co-authored the four-time, award-winning Rosie’s Daughters: The “First Woman To” Generation Tells Its Story (2007, Second Edition, 2012), and co-authored the award-winning Writing Alchemy: How to Write Fast and Deep (2012). She graduated magna cum laude from Boston University with a major in communication. She received her M.A. in communication research from Stanford University and her Ph.D. in social psychology from Northwestern University.
About the Book
Fifteen authorpreneurs that have successfully mastered the art of Authorpreneurship are featured in Sharon C. Jenkins’ latest release, Will the R.E.A.L. Authorpreneur Please Stand Up?. This compilation launches in July 2015, featuring such successful authorpreneurs as Rochelle Carter, Nina Amir, Joel Friedlander, Tyora Moody, Brian Smith, Matilda Butler and W. Terry Whalin.
The term “authorpreneur” is a fairly new term in the literary industry. It combines the words “author” and “entrepreneur” to define the 21st Century author. Jenkins is the first to go a step beyond to help us define R.E.A.L. authorpreneurs as being Relevant, Entrepreneurial, Action-oriented, and Literary focused.
Order your copy now, get into your favorite reading chair and cuddle up with a book that promises to be empowering, educating and entertaining.