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October 2010 Schoolhouse Expo- Mary Jo Tate

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Have you always dreamed of being a writer? Do you enjoy sharing your thoughts? Join international editor and book coach Mary Tate as she explains how to improve your writing, so much more!

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Have you always dreamed of being a writer? Do you enjoy sharing your thoughts and words through blogging? Have you scribbled stories since childhood, or do you have information and expertise you want to share with the world? Do you dream of the day you’ll see your very own book in print? Join international editor and book coach Mary Jo Tate as she explains how to improve your writing, research the market for your ideas, evaluate your publishing options, become a published author, and build a successful writing business.

Mary Jo Tate, host of the “Homeschool Spotlight” show for the Homeschool Channel, has been educating her sons for thirteen years—the last nine years as a single mom. A published author, book coach, and international editor, she also teaches homeschoolers, single moms, and work-at-home moms how to create balance between family life and home business.

Mary Jo has coached and edited for writers from five continents for twenty-five years. Her clients have included Cambridge University Press; homeschool publishers such as Trivium Pursuit, Christian Logic, How Great Thou Art, and Apologia Educational Ministries; and entrepreneurs such as a voice coach, a golf pro, a wellness coach, and a financial planner.

She is the author of Critical Companion to F. Scott Fitzgerald, Get Started as a Freelance Editor, and How Do You Do It All? Balancing Family Life and Home Business in the Real World. She has written articles for homeschooling magazines, and her tips for work-family balance have been featured in Focus on the Family and The Career-at-Home Mom.

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