This Saturday, January 20, 2018: How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution to Publish and Sell Your Book: Sound Guidance on Funding and Publishing Books that Sell! A panel of experts will discuss how you can fund the costs associated with independently publishing your book projects. Topics include crowdfunding, the essential elements of your book’s design, and why professional editing is critical for a book to be seriously considered by reviewers, wholesalers, distributors, bookstores, and award competitions. CIPA Members register here by Friday at 6pm to save $15.
January 2018 Signature Contents
CIPA Member Benefits:
- This Saturday, January 20, 2018 – How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution to Publish and Sell Your Book: Sound Guidance on Funding and Publishing Books that Sell!
- CIPA Member News
- The Mad Hatter’s Son, An Annie Collins Mystery is about how friendships change, love betrays, and the consequences of our actions are never what we imagine they will be.
- BirdQuill LLC, announces the release of, To The Sound Of The Guns: 1st Bn, 27th Marines from Hawaii to Vietnam 1966-1968
- Carol Fortino has published her third poetry book, “Somewhere Between”.
- Waterwight Flux: Book II of the Waterwight Series is now available in paperback and ebook!
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