Do you lead a writers’ group or trade association events for consultants, coaches, speakers, medical experts, or other professionals interested in publishing?

Let’s co-host a webinar!

content marketing consultant stephanie chandlerStephanie Chandler is an experienced author and speaker who can deliver a compelling webinar presentation for your group.

Popular Webinar Topics for Writers:

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Build Your Book Marketing Plan: Simple Strategies to Cultivate Your Tribe and Sell More Books

Advanced Book Marketing and Launch Strategies: Essential Tactics to Grow Your Audience and Increase Book Sales

The Profitable Author: Revenue Streams to Grow Your Publishing Business

Publish and Profit with Workbooks and Online Courses

Publish Your Book Like a Pro: Navigate the Publishing Journey and Make a Difference in the World

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s in it for our organization? Why should we do this?

We believe in the spirit of collaboration and want to bring more attention to you organization as well as to ours. To thank you for hosting a webinar event, we would like to offer you the following:

  • Feature your organization as one of our writers’ community partners on our site.
  • Promote our co-hosted webinar event across our social media networks, reaching over 100k people!
  • Provide your members with a special partner discount for membership in the Nonfiction Authors Association. Many writers’ groups offer discounted membership to “sister” organizations. We’d like to do the same for you and will include this in your listing on our community partners page!

Is there a charge to host a webinar?

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We offer these events for free to partner organizations. If you would prefer to charge members of your organization for attendance, we can set up a payment gateway and revenue split. Please contact us to discuss.

Are these webinars just a big sales pitch?

No way! We hate webinars that make big promises to bait attendees, and then offer a huge up-sell at the end. Stephanie has a solid reputation as a speaker who delivers content-rich presentations. She will end her presentation by briefly introducing attendees to the Nonfiction Authors Association and Writers Conference, but there won’t be a big sales pitch or any pressure to join.

Is this content for nonfiction writers only?

No, Stephanie’s presentations always include examples for fiction and nonfiction writers alike.

What if our group isn’t very savvy with technology?

Don’t worry! We use Zoom, an easy-to-use tool for hosting webinars. We will provide instructions and make it easy for anyone in your group to attend by simply clicking a link. They also have the option to attend by phone and listen to the audio only.

Are handouts provided?

Yes, there is a downloadable handout provided with each presentation, which attendees can access at no charge.

Stephanie Chandler professional keynote speaker content marketingWill Stephanie conduct Q&A with the audience?

Yes, absolutely, Stephanie loves to answer audience questions and will stay on the line until all questions have been addressed.

Is this a video presentation? And will the audience be on video, too?

Stephanie will be shown on video alongside her presentation slides. Your event organizer can also be on camera, if you so choose, though this is not required. Attendees aren’t typically on camera, though we can arrange this if you prefer to conduct the event this way.

Can members of our group watch a replay if they miss the live event?

Yes, you will receive a link to the recording so you can share with your group members.

Will this event be for our group only or will other groups participate at the same time?

Provided your group has at least 30 attendees, the webinar will be delivered to your group only. If you have a smaller group, we can arrange a shared webinar event.

Stephanie Chandler - Speaker on Book Publishing and MarketingIs Stephanie available to travel to our location and deliver a live presentation?

Stephanie speaks at dozens of events each year and would love to consider speaking live at your event. She is based in California and travels to events provided there will be at least 50 attendees. Please contact us to discuss the details.

Can I watch a previous webinar Stephanie has given?

Absolutely! Please scroll down below to watch videos of past presentations.

How can we get a webinar scheduled?

Please copy and paste the questions below and answer them in an email. Send the answers directly to Stephanie Chandler.

  • Name of organization:
  • Organization website:
  • Webinar topic you’d like to feature:
  • Your role with the organization:
  • Proposed date or time frame for webinar:
  • Approximately how many attendees do you expect to join us?

Easy Steps to Schedule a Webinar

  1. Choose a topic from the list above and contact us. We will schedule a date and time that works for your organization. Webinars typically last between 60 to 90 minutes and can be scheduled in the morning, afternoon or evening.
  2. Stephanie’s team will schedule the webinar with Zoom meeting and will share simple instructions for your audience to participate from any computer or mobile device.
  3. Stephanie’s team will create a registration page so that members of your organization can sign up to attend the event.
  4. Stephanie’s team will provide you with pre-written email copy and social media posts so you can easily promote to your organization members.

Quick Facts About Stephanie Chandler

Stephanie Chandler has been featured in Entrepreneur magazine,, BusinessWeek, Wired, More magazine, Sunrise 7 (Australia’s version of The Today Show) and many additional media outlets. She has also been a contributing blogger for Forbes.

In 2003, Stephanie fled a decade-long Silicon Valley career to pursue her business and writing goals (and she has never looked back). She worked in software sales, technical training, and technical support roles.

2003 – Stephanie opened a 2800-square-foot bookstore in Sacramento, California.

2005 – Her first book: The Business Startup Checklist and Planning Guide, was released and later received a Book of the Year award by Foreword Magazine.

2006 – Her second book, From Entrepreneur to Infopreneur: Make Money with Books, Ebooks and Information Products, was released by Wiley.

2007 – Sold the bookstore (and left tire marks as she screeched out of the parking lot–owning a bookstore is NOT as romantic as it sounds!). However, the lessons she learned there sparked her passion for small business and internet marketing and led to just about everything she is doing now.

2008 – The Author’s Guide to Building an Online Platform: Leveraging the Internet to Sell More Books was released by Quill Driver Books.

2008 – Stephanie founded Authority Publishing, a custom/hybrid publisher specializing in nonfiction books.

2009 – LEAP! 101 Ways to Grow Your Business was released by Career Press.

2010 – Booked Up! How to Write, Publish, and Promote a Book to Grow Your Business was released by Authority Publishing. (She began by self-publishing her first book, then landed several traditional publishing contacts. After getting turned off by the world of traditional publishing, she took back control and decided to publish subsequent books under her own company imprint, which was already producing books for other nonfiction authors.)

2010 – Stephanie hosted the first Nonfiction Writers Conference, a three-day event conducted entirely online. This event continues to be held annually, and a second Fall event is now part of the annual program.

2011 – The Conference Catcher: An Organized Journal for Capturing Ideas, Resources, and Action Items at Educational Conferences, Trade Shows, and Events was released by Authority Publishing.

2012 – Own Your Niche: Hype-Free Internet Marketing Tactics to Establish Authority in Your Field and Promote Your Service-Based Business was released by Authority Publishing. This book was also honored as Best Business Book by the Global Ebook Awards.

2012 – Stephanie was honored as one of the Top 100 Small Business Influencers by Small Business Trends.

2013 – The Nonfiction Book Marketing Plan: Online and Offline Promotion Strategies to Build Your Audience and Sell More Books was released by Authority Publishing.

2013 – The Nonfiction Authors Association was born.

2013 – Stephanie’s husband Chris died unexpectedly, which caused her to re-prioritize her business and life with her then 7-year old son, Ben. She has since become an advocate for mental health awareness. Sadly, her husband died by suicide after battling depression for most of his adult life. It would take more than a year for Stephanie to emerge from the “grief fog,” but today she feels stronger than ever and committed to living every moment with purpose and joy.

2018 – The Nonfiction Authors Association has grown to over 14,000 members, and the Nonfiction Writers Conference has featured an incredible line-up of speakers since it began in 2010. Speakers have included Gretchen Rubin, Julia Cameron, Seth Godin, Guy Kawasaki, Dan Millman, Dan Poynter, and many others.

2018 – Stephanie released her first book in five years: The Nonfiction Book Publishing Plan: The Professional Guide to Profitable Self-Publishing, co-authored with Karl Palachuk.

Stephanie resides in Gold River, a small community near Sacramento, California. She is a proud working mom who is grateful to have the best of both worlds–a son she adores and a fantastic career. She is also an advocate for animal rescue and has two three rescue cats. (Who’s counting?)

She is passionate about teaching and especially enjoys working with nonfiction authors, consultants, speakers, entrepreneurs, and other professionals who care about making a difference in the world.

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