Saturday, November 16th, Chapter 3: Passport, please. Who Are You and What’s Your Story? How to find your audience, create interest in your story and market yourself; even before your book is published… and beyond. You may have the next NYT bestseller written. Or you may have on your computer right now the pages of the
Reading, Writing, and the Book Jacket Design Process A Blog by Mark Graham for Graham Publishing Group Mood is everything when it comes to designing a fabulous book jacket. A great book cover designer understands that his or her job is to translate what it feels like to read your book. Get the mood, understand
Fly Like A Bird Jana Zinser’s new ebook FLY LIKE A BIRD was selected by Apple to be a November featured iBook in Fiction and Literature! The Burden of Hate Helen Starbuck’s third book in the Annie Collins Mystery Series, The Burden of Hate received a starred Kirkus review, which among other complimentary comments, said it was
October 2019 President’s Letter By Robert Schram Customs, Traditions, and Celebrations “From its inception, the festival has been a celebration of reading and literature . . .” –Kim Anderson As the days grow shorter and colder, we are driven inward, not only in a physical sense but in a contemplative sense as well.
Saturday, September 21st Ingrid Pyka will be presenting – Independent Publishing Beginner to Best-Seller: What’s Next for YOU? When indie authors and publishers wear so many hats, it becomes more challenging to keep up with the fast track of our industry. We struggle with overwhelming priorities and question how to withstand and push through
November 2019 President’s Letter By Robert Schram Thank You CIPA! “Thanksgiving, after all, is a word of action.” –W.J. Cameron I love this time of year and the excitement leading up to the holidays. The gathering of families, friends, and communities in an expression of gratitude for one another. Thanksgiving provides us with the opportunity