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I really enjoyed "Self-Promotion For The Creative Person: Get The Word Out About Who You Are And What You Do" by Lee Silber. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alain B. Burrese
I purchased this as I was starting my first business and it really puts a lot in perspective. There was also a lot of good information. Fast Read!Published on December 26, 2012 by Marie O
I used to covet this book for years and lent it out and have been missing it ever since. Glad to have another copy! Silber is an expert in his field. Blessings, Joseph BennettPublished on October 30, 2012 by Joseph Bennett
As the author of [...], I am very familiar with being a "creative brain" type person. I've had this book for quite a while and recently grabbed it off the shelf. Read morePublished on July 15, 2012 by Donna Monday "Daydreaming Author"
Many of the ideas were good. But because the book was published a while ago it is not quite as relevant as it could be. There are better and newer books out there.Published on August 26, 2009 by Flicker
I didn't relate to this book as an illustrator. For my profession I hoped that the author was more helpful.Published on May 31, 2009 by Stanley N. Gorman
This book is filled with great examples of creative ways to market yourself - - now if I only had a 28-hour day. Baby steps! Seriously though, I highly recommend it.Published on February 5, 2008 by Gracie
When I was reading this book, I really felt like someone had actually been through what I had (and still go through), as opposed to a Dr. Read morePublished on January 16, 2008 by Erik Anschicks
There may have been something life changing in this book but I could not make it very far. I think this book is out of date. There are many other how to books that are much better.Published on November 8, 2007 by Donald G. Rush