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Book Marketing Webinar with Bestselling Authors Sandra Stosz and Buck Wyndham

May 23 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Introducing our brand new Book Marketing Webinars, featuring two of our military writers, Sandy Stosz and Buck Wyndham. Both have been very successful with marketing their books, reaching out via social media, websites, ads and events to become two of our best selling authors.

How did they do it?

Come and find out. With John Koehler acting as host, you will hear exactly how Buck and Sandy did it, the things that worked and did not work. The surprises along the way. Guerilla marketing vs. actually spending some dough. And more. We think this knowledge will give you a leg up with your own marketing. That’s why we’re here.

And while we are certainly reaching out to our many military authors, this event is open to all authors, regardless of your genre. This webinar is free and will be hosted on Zoom at 4PM on May 23. Just click on the link to sign up and then come, ready to learn. Questions during the event are welcome.


Admiral Sandy Stosz started out in the US Coast Guard as an ensign serving on polar icebreakers, conducting national security missions from the Arctic to the Antarctic. She was the first woman to command an icebreaker on the Great Lakes and to lead a US Armed Forces service academy. After serving for twelve years at sea, commanding two ships, and leading large Coast Guard organizations during times of crisis and complexity, she finished her career as the first woman assigned as deputy commandant for mission support, directing one of the Coast Guard’s largest enterprises. She has lectured widely on leadership and been featured on CSPAN and other media outlets. In 2012, The Daily Beast named Sandy to their list of “150 Women Who Shake the World.” She volunteers in leadership roles for several organizations and runs Sandra Stosz, LLC. Sandy enjoys hiking, swimming, and spending time with her family.

Buck Wyndham graduated from college and joined the Air Force to fly his dream airplane, the A-10 Thunderbolt II also called the “Warthog.” He became one of the very first pilots to take the mighty Warthog into battle, flying numerous missions during Operation Desert Storm. He went on to fly the T-38 Talon as an instructor, training new Air Force pilots. He is currently a captain for a major US airline, and also continues to fly privately-owned, surplus military jets as a test pilot and instructor. Buck has written articles for Warbirds, Classic Jet Journal, and Warbird Digest. A skilled photographer and videographer, he enjoys vintage aircraft, studying history, 3D printing, collecting tools, driving his rail speeder, and exploring ghost towns. He is working on his next book, a novel entitled Red Air.



May 23
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm