Saturday, October 19th, Where are You Going? – What to Pack? – And Never Travel Alone. Laying the groundwork before you publish. What kind of book are you writing? Is this a career? Is it a passion project? Where is all this going? Now that you have determined you are going on this journey, what are you
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
Echoes Of My War–Vietnam Veterans Reflect – 50 Years Later Tim Hall – In this soon-to-be-published book, Col. Robert Fischer, USMC (ret.), Annapolis graduate and historian, writes the definitive treatise on the longest, most difficult and most misunderstood conflict in U.S. history – the wrong war at the wrong time in the wrong place: Vietnam.
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
September 2019 President’s Letter By Robert Schram Field of Opportunity “In the field of opportunity, it’s plowing time again.” –Neil Young In the wake of a bountiful harvest, like this year’s EVVY Awards, new opportunities and new ideas begin to percolate to the surface. CIPA is poised to help you cultivate those new