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You Got Into Where?
“You Got Into Where?” is the first college admissions guide written by a student who is fresh out of the college admissions process. Learn how I was admitted to schools like the University of Southern California and New York University with full tuition scholarships. The guide features copies of my admissions essay, writing supplement, and activities resume that I used to apply to college the fall of my senior year. Get advice on all the secrets of the admissions process from start to finish. “I can’t believe that a 17 year-old has written a college admissions books that is so well-written, clear and accurate. No wonder USC jumped at the chance to have her become their student. My sense of things is that mostly parents read college admissions books; high school students just don’t want to take the time. Given what she says and how she says it, I truly believe that teens will rush to read “You Got Into Where?” It is well worth their time.” -Marjorie Hansen Shaevitz Author, adMISSION POSSIBLE
We really get excited about doing this for authors and creators. Like really excited. So much so that we love to go out and find our users and ask them about their experiences, what drives them to write, and how self-publishing has enabled them to follow their dreams.
Today we’d like to share a recent author interview with one particularly amazing Lulu author named Joi Wade.
Joi is an inspiration for any student looking to continue their education. She worked tirelessly to set a powerful, important example for students of all sorts and she is generous enough to share that wisdom on her website, YouTube channel, and through her book, “You Got Into Where?“
Find her online through her website and stay up to date with Joi’s adventures and wisdom as she continues to inspire
Chelsea Bennett is the Brand Engagement Manager for Lulu.com and is constantly researching and developing new resources for independently published authors. Her areas of expertise include self-publishing, Print-on-Demand technology, building an author brand, direct sales and marketing for authors and entrepreneurs. When not thinking about publishing, Chelsea can be found playing disc golf with her husband or having in-depth conversations about the universe with her cat, Batman.