Special thanks to Attorney Joe Hill on Saipan, and Lujan & Wolff, LLP on Guam for making it possible!

The FIRST Writer's Workshop
Sat, July 20, 2019   9:00am to 12 Noon!
DNA Building (Formerly PDN Bldg)
Room 701-A @238 Archbishop FC Flores St, Hagåtña, 96910
Admission: $10/advance; $12/door. ($5 students w/ID)
Seating is limited! Prepay now to reserve your seat and RSVP to walt@guamwriters.com!

Via Paypal (You do NOT need a Paypal account to use this option):
Students can pre-pay here
My PassionProfit™ website: you can register using a credit/debit card on my passionprofit.com site:
After many workshop and coaching success stories in New York, California, Saipan and Tinian...

Press Release:


Guam writers workshop 9:00am to 12noon Saturday, July 20, 2019 in the DNA Building

Walt Goodridge's "Little Flights of Fancy" World Tour comes to Guam!
Are you an aspiring author? Do you have an idea for a book? Have you always wanted to write a novel, a “how to” manual, a book of poetry or travel photographs or even chronicle your family history? Are you suffering from writer's block? Well, during a unique three-hour, hands-on workshop on SATURDAY, July 20, at the DNA Building in Hagåtña, Guam, prolific author Walt F.J. Goodridge will share step-by-step instructions on how to achieve your dreams!
"It's much easier than people realize," Goodridge explains. "Internet technology, print-on-demand publishing, and the rise of e-readers [Kindles and Nooks] have lowered the barriers for entry. I'm going to show how to go from book idea to book sales in less than 24 hours, even before you write a single word or print a single book! Bring a laptop and take notes!"
Goodridge, a Columbia University graduate with a Bachelor's in Civil Engineering, walked away from his career to pursue his own passion for writing and sharing information. He is author of Turn Your Passion into Profit, and over two dozen other books--some of which have been used as texts for high school and university courses, as resources by other coaches, and excerpted and quoted by “Guerrilla Marketing” guru Jay Conrad Levinson, music industry pioneer Chuck D, and other business authors worldwide. Walt and his PassionProfit™ philosophy and formula have been featured in Time Magazine, Billboard, Entrepreneur, The Wall St. Journal and other publications.
Since escaping the New York rat race to live on Saipan, Goodridge--who was recognized by CNMI Senate Resolution 15-54 for his contributions to CNMI society--has written several books about the islands including Jamaican on Saipan, and Chicken Feathers & Garlic Skin: Diary of a Chinese Garment Factory Girl on Saipan, and The Saipan Living Relocation Guide, and Doing Business on Saipan, and Saipan Now: a photo adventure, and There's Something About Saipan, and From Bugle Boy to Battle Ship: a Battle of Saipan & Battle of Guam Veteran’s Memoir a book he wrote with 95-year-old Lloyd Glick who will be on Guam for this year's 75th Liberation commemoration.
Goodridge recently turned down a publishing deal with a million-dollar UK-based company when that publisher referred to Goodridge's works as "little flights of fancy." Walt will share the full story behind that, in addition to how you can put yourself in a position to do the same!
The workshop will be held on Saturday, July 20, 2019, from 9:00am to 12noon, on the 7th floor of the DNA Building. Admission is $10 in advance, and $12 at the door ($5 for students with ID).
Seating is limited. To pre-register, please visit www.guamwriters.com. To see photos and success stories from past workshops, visit www.saipanwriters.com. Attendees are asked to bring a laptop, pen and paper and every question they've ever had about writing and publishing!
Via Paypal (You do NOT need a Paypal account to use this option):
My website: you can register using a credit/debit card on my passionprofit.com site:

• Learn more about Goodridge's books and brands at www.waltgoodridge.com

• Download Walt's CV&Media Kit HERE

• Here's what the GUAMWRITERS.com website will look like after this and future workshops!

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