How to Turn a Conference into a Book Tour

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Way back in February of this year, when I found out I’d be presenting at the left hand path conference, I decided that I’d set up a book tour around the event. It costs a lot to fly to the midwest and I wanted to get the most out of that cost. So I decided to turn the conference into an excuse to do a book tour, complete with workshops at places that were relatively close to the conference. You can do the same thing with your own trips, but there are some considerations to keep in mind.

I originally tried to set up a weekend intensive in Chicago, which didn’t quite work out, but I was able to fortunately turn it into an opportunities to present at book shops there. There were a few reasons the weekend intensive didn’t work out. First it was scheduled during the summer, in…

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