Brooke Warner is publisher of She Writes Press and SparkPress, president of Warner Coaching Inc., and author of Green-light Your Book, What's Your Book?, How to Sell Your Memoir, and the co-author of Breaking Ground on Your Memoir. Brooke’s expertise is in traditional and new publishing. She is the former Executive Editor of Seal Press and currently sits on the boards of the Independent Book Publishers Association, the Bay Area Book Festival, and the National Association of Memoir Writers. She writes a monthly column for Publishers Weekly and blogs actively on Huffington Post Books and SheWrites.com. She lives and works in Berkeley, California.
Brooke has extensive experience working with aspiring authors from the perspective of being a publisher, writer and teacher. During our conversation at the Memoir Summit, Brooke talks about her five most important pieces of advice for writers, including what editors and agents are looking for when they read your work, the importance of having a hook in your memoir, and a lot more. To catch Brooker Warner’s talk at the Memoir Summit happening November 14 to 16, go to memoirsummit.com to grab your free ticket.