Best selling multi-genre author Mike Rothmiller will speak at PWP’s January 23, 2018 meeting at the Prescott Library on Goodwin Street at 6 p.m. Mike’s presentation will cover several topics important to all authors: how to generate publicity for your novel by creating your own Press Releases; how to gather normally unavailable documents and government records by use of the Freedom of Information Act; how to weave government documents and records into a Creative Nonfiction Novel. (Mike’s New York Times Best Selling novel; “L.A. Secret Police. Inside the LAPD Elite Spy Network” is a great example of Creative Nonfiction writing). Mike will also briefly address; The Pros and Cons of working with a co-author.
Mike Rothmiller is a New York Times Bestselling Author, nominee for the Pulitzer Prize, historian, former cop and Army medic. He’s also served as a TV reporter, an award-winning documentary producer and television host for ESPN, PBS and other international television markets. He’s written and produced over 25 television documentaries, numerous TV and radio ads and has authored movie scripts. His nonfiction book, “My Hero. Military Kids Write About Their Moms and Dads” (St. Martin’s Press) received international acclaim and holds the honor of being the only book in history to have forwards written by three living Presidents and General Norman Schwarzkopf. He has served on numerous non-profit boards. Additionally, he’s been a corporate President/CEO and directed three divisions of Sony Electronics EMCS-America.
He’s authored 23 books, his most recent being Secrets, Lies and Deception And Other Amazing Pieces of History, which was featured on Fox News and over 40 Television News Stations across America.
Readers of his books include; three Presidents, former First Lady Laura Bush, the late Charlton Heston, and Queen Elizabeth II.
Professional Writers of Prescott invites writers of all ages and levels (from beginner to published) to attend any of their meetings. All PWP monthly meetings for 2018 will be held at the Prescott Library on Goodwin Street on the 4th Tuesday of every month from 6 p.m. until 7:45 p.m. in the Founders Suite on the 1st floor of the Library. (For those who can arrive a little early, your help with setting up the chairs and tables will always be appreciated.)