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February 13, 2015

Writing the perfect book proposal

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Dr. Gregg Steinberg is offering a seminar titled, “Writing a Book Proposal That Sells” from 3-4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26 in the Morgan University Center, room 303, on the campus of Austin Peay State University. The seminar is free and open to the public.

Steinberg will show participants how to devise a proposal for an agent or publisher and cover the key components of a book proposal. Additionally, Steinberg will cover topics on finding an agent or publisher suited for the needs of the author and how to create a platform to promote your topic and your book to the media. Participants in the seminar will receive a proposal by Steinberg that has successfully sold to a publisher.

Reservations are requested by emailing Steinberg at in order to ensure you receive a copy of the proposal.

Steinberg is a 17-year tenured professor in the APSU’s Health and Human Performance department. He has authored three books: “Mental Rules for Golf”; “Flying Lessons,” a parenting book about emotional toughness; and “Full Throttle,” a business book about emotional toughness. Steinberg has appeared as an analyst and commentator on Dancing With the Stars, CNN, Fox News and the Golf Channel and also writes a business column for the Tennessean.

For more information, contact Steinberg by calling him at 931-221-6113, or via email at

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