This SATURDAY (May 16th, 2020) Join Us for Indie Publishing “Unmasked”: How Indie Publishers Survive and Thrive in our New World Reality. Register now as we have limited seats and they are going fast! CIPA’s MVP Panel (Mike, Veronica and Peter) will share what indie publishers need to do to market and sell their books during and after the
May 2020 President’s Letter By Robert Schram Navigating the Present and Looking Toward the Future “Necessity is the Mother of Invention” Every need or problem encourages our creative efforts. As we continue to hold virtual meetings, a silver lining has emerged, in that we have been able to include members and guests from
Corinne Brown – Denver-based author Corinne Joy Brown (Loose Cayuse Productions) is proud to announce that her first Middle-Grade book Finding Home, illustrated by co-writer and illustrator Ginny McDonald, has been named a Finalist in the 2019 Western Writers of America SPUR awards. It was also judged a Finalist in the international Book Excellence Awards.
This SATURDAY (April 18th, 2020) Join Us VIRTUALLY and Learn How to Market and Sell Indie Published books to Independent Bookstores Register now as we have limited seats and they are going fast! Indie to Indie: Marketing and Selling Indie Published Books to Independent Bookstores Heather Duncan, Executive Director of the Mountains and Plains Independent
Maria Giura’s new memoir, Celibate, is published by Apprentice House. When twenty-eight-year-old Giura fell in love with Catholic priest Father James Infanzi, she had no idea how needy they both were nor how complicated their relationship would become. His attention seemed to fill the void left by her fractured family, but he also seemed to
The entry and receipt of submissions deadline has been extended until May 30, 2020. Remember submissions must be in hand by the end of the day on that Saturday. Since CIPA has been meeting virtually during the pandemic entrants are asked to mail their submissions to Sue Ager at 12660 Stone Valley Drive, Peyton, CO 80831.