This Saturday, May, 2017: Cover to Cover: An Indie’s Guide to Print Production If you’ve looked into digital or offset printing, compared POD to print runs, or wondered if you should consider working with an overseas printer, you won’t want to miss this event! CIPA Members register here by Friday at 6pm to save $15. May 2017
When Your Book is “Mostly Dead” – Give it a Voice! By Richard Rieman, AudioBookRevolution As Billy Crystal’s character said in Princess Bride, “mostly dead is slightly alive.” You can breathe new life into your older books by producing an audiobook version. Audiobook sales are up over 20% three years in a row, and Audible listening up is
Ghostwriting a Commercially Viable Self-Help Book By Mark Graham, Iron Fox Creative There is a baseline message for every successful self-help book. In short, it says to the reader: You can’t live without this. It will help you achieve what you want to achieve and get exactly what you want to get. This message is
Sandra Windsor’s memoir, The FBI Wife, has been selected the winner of the 2017 Colorado Authors League creative non-fiction award. She will be signing books at Barnes and Noble June 3 in Grand Junction. Coming in May – A New Novel in the Award Winning Seven Worlds Series – Alvar’s Spear. Half-Terran, half-Antal, Gar has just one desperate
The Road More Traveled: Self Publishing Workshop for Aspiring Authors and Curious Readers Georgetown, CO – June 3 Event is designed for aspiring writers and curious readers to learn about the world of independent self-publishing. Attendees will learn about the importance of working with a sound, professional editor, book design, including… Details here. Ghost Town Writers
“We’ll know more next year!” R.A. Pyka, MD As we near the close of another spectacular educational series with the Colorado Independent Publisher’s Association, I reflect back to last June’s CIPA board meeting at a local library. Our board members hunkered down at the card tables, excited about the start of the 2016-2017 CIPA Season.