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In this 30th episode of Face The Book TV, IPNE board member and business publisher Scott Channell talks with IPNECon22 Conference Coordinator, Mary Catherine Jones about the amzing experts we’ve lined up for the 2022 Nov. 18-19 Authors & Publishers Conference, “Make Better Books & Sell More of Them.”

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