‘Wings of Significance:’ author shares fulfilling learning experience in Tate’s Secret Conference
“I’m still wondering, how did we do and see so much, learn so much, and have the opportunity to grow so much in such a short time?” were author Donna Tartar Musselman’s exact words on the recent conference she attended in New York City.
Tate Publishing’s Best Seller’s Secret Conference was held on the 19th and 20th of August in the Big Apple. The conference was geared towards meeting and greeting with other Tate authors, improving media and marketing tactics, and convening with Tate’s founders and directors.
“Professional insights shared by Stu Taylor, Molly Polcari, Darrel Campbell, and Mark Mingle were extremely helpful. I would recommend this trip for any of the enjoy
able and educational experiences.” Musselman shares, when asked about her overall experience during the conference.
Donna is from Oceanside, California and is the author of the novel, “Wings of Significance.” Along with 9 other Tate authors, Donna toured the Empire State Building, did a 911 Ground Zero tour, and was able to see Lady Liberty aboard the Spirit of New York Cruise.
The conference garnered heaps of encouraging feedback from the Tate authors for the eye-opening and overwhelming experience it provided and the opportunity to get a one-on-one talk with professional speakers such as Film Director, Darrell Campbell.
“I especially appreciated getting to know Rita and Ryan Tate and fellow Tate authors. All accommodations were first class, and experiencing American landmarks up close and personal was deeply meaningful,” Musselman adds.