You, too, can have a book at SAS Global Forum 2015

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DSC_7083_smallYou’re walking around the bookstore at SAS Global Forum, looking at the new books and upcoming titles. There are lots of titles that look helpful, and a couple that are on your must-have list. You see SAS users and students eagerly talking with the authors, treating them like rock stars. And you think to yourself, ”wonder what it takes to be a SAS author?”

Well, wonder no more! Our web site gives you an overview of how to become a SAS author. And we’re always here to answer your questions and help you get started.

We’re signing up authors now. And if you submit a book proposal by early August (yes, that’s next month), we will review that proposal, get feedback to you as quickly as possible, and, if your proposal is accepted, get your project started. Then your book can be promoted at SAS Global Forum 2015.

If you’re ready to show the world that you’re a SAS expert, let’s get started. All it takes is an idea, a dedication to writing and a positive attitude. Together, we’ll get you ready to be the next rock star of SAS Global Forum!

Contact us today to get started.

**If next month feels a little soon to you, tune in next week to learn what you need to do to have your book ready by JSM 2015.**

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Shelley Sessoms

Online Community Manager

Shelley Sessoms is a Community Manager in SAS’ External Communications group. She joined SAS in 2002, and has worked in both the Communications group and SAS Press. Shelley is a true "connector" at heart and is thrilled to be working with SAS customers.

2 Comments

  1. Shelley Sessoms

    Hi Michael,

    Thank you for the kind words. We always love working with you. Your books are both fun and informative...no wonder they are a hit with our readers.

    I'm looking forward to getting your next book proposal!

    Shelley Sessoms
    Acquisitions Editor, SAS Press

  2. Michael A. Raithel on

    Shelley,

    Being a SAS Press author, I can attest to the fact that being treated like a rock star is a lot of fun. But, the most enjoyment comes from having conference attendees tell you how something in one of your books helped them with their work. It is a fantastic feeling to know that your written expertise has helped somebody at their job.

    So many of the people I meet at SAS users groups have the potential to write a SAS Press book. I hope that your readers will click on your link, read the material, take your advice to heart, and then submit a proposal for a book on a facet of SAS they know very well.

    ----MMMMIIIIKKKKEEEE
    (aka Michael A. Raithel)

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