Meet & Greet the six Atlanta moms featured in my e-book, Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms at a book signing event.
Date & Time: Friday, Dec., 9, 2011 from 10 a.m – 11:30 a.m.
Location: Bean Work Play Cafe, a co-work space for adults and play space for children located at 134 New Street in Decatur, GA off of College Avenue
Details: Networking with mom entrepreneurs, book signing and special discount offer on the guide featuring 40+ business ideas. On-site childcare for ages 1-6 is available during the event. Make a reservation by calling Bean Work Play Cafe: 404.828.0810
RSVP: You’re welcome to RSVP for the December 9th Meet & Greet/Book signing event on the Mommy Talk Show Facebook page.
Social media: Follow the author, featured moms and host on Twitter; @MommyTalkShow, @multitasking, @collectivexpert, @quadmamma, @BeanWorkPlay. You’re welcome to follow hashtag #momsguide during the event.
Press release: Available for download here
Here’s a sample of the reviews from bloggers and businesswomen
who have read Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms:
Use What You Know is perfect for all businesswomen from bloggers to those running e-retail stores who are always keen to learn from others who have been there, done that.
You will find free and very inexpensive marketing tips from these women and learn how they have pushed from the idea phase to the income generating phase of their business. A brisk 45 pages long you will be able to read Brewer’s e-book in one sitting and return to it time and again for motivation and inspiration to start or improve your current business. – Jennifer James, Mom Blog Magazine
While reading this book I felt as though I was sitting in a room with these ladies sharing their stories and awesome tips. Needless to say I was very inspired when I was done.
I recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a career change, has a hobby they love, in a dead end job or just wants to be an entrepreneur! – Trina, The Baby Shopaholic
I finished it in one day. Really great advice and encouraging…I love books where I can see examples and having the other moms in there was perfect. Thanks so much for sharing that advice…Thumbs up. – Krystel Hudson Spell, Army Wife 101
With a little creative thinking Joyce Brewer and the moms she has interviewed have come up with ideas that don’t require major investments of time or expense to get started. In fact, the book has been an inspiration to my OWN mom, who is a retired RN. I highly recommend Use What You Know as a jumping off point for brainstorming your new business as it features real-live women who have taken their own advice. – Lisa T. Richardson, PhD, Rejecting Perfection