About the Author
Melissa Giovagnoli (G) Wilson is the author of 15 books, five that have been on bestseller lists including Networlding that held a #10 Amazon spot for an entire year. Melissa's passion is helping thought leaders write, publish and market their books to build their credibility, make a difference in the world and create a sustainable model for making a difference with their books while making a solid profit. Her authors have included CEO's, Chief Diversity Officers, CMO's and other top thought leaders in a variety of fields and from companies like Motorola, Office Depot, Accenture, UBS and Hewitt.
Melissa's latest book, "Networking is Dead" hit the Wallstreet Journal best seller list and #1 on Barnes and Noble.
Melissa and her organization, Networlding, created as a result of a book by the same name, provides a comprehensive service for thought leaders who want to create breakthrough books, self published or published traditionally. To learn more about Melissa and Networlding sign up for her blog at www.networldingblog.com.
Jon Malysiak is the co-founder and president of the Jonathan Scott Literary Agency in Chicago, Illinois. In addition to his work as a literary agent and high school English teacher, Jon is the author of Birds of Dreams: A Novel (published by Clarges Press) and the upcoming What Would Shakespeare Do? (published by Networlding Publishing), as well as writer of the internationally popular current affairs blog Author on the Town http://author-on-the-town.blogspot.com.