This Saturday, April 21, 2018: The Power of TV & Radio Publicity to Promote Books. The April CIPA meeting program will be focused on marketing and publicity and our panel of pros from television and radio will enlighten attendees on The Power of TV & Radio Publicity to Promote Books and why the use of the
A book release party for my newly published book, See Jane Beat Cancer: A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed will be held on May 15, from 6:30 – 8:30 PM at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Waco. Please come and celebrate with us. We will have music by Lee Van Wagner and pizza for everybody.
APRIL 2018 CIPA PRESIDENT’S LETTER By: Alexandra O’Connell CIPA is excited to welcome our panelists Neal Browne, Former 9News Reporter and Anchor, Susan Witkin, KOA NewsRadio News Anchor, and Maurice Washington, President and Host of Executive Talk, to discuss generating publicity in the media for independently published books this month. How can indie authors and
CIPA Goes Live with New Membership Plan June 1st, 2018* The Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA) is excited to announce our new membership plan. The new plan is more comprehensive, and offers our members the best resources and opportunities at the best value. FAQ What are the benefits of the new CIPA General Membership? In
This Saturday, March 24, 2018: Literary Agent Pros and Cons on Shopping an Indie Published Book to Traditional Publishers. Attendees will learn how independently publishing your book can be good or bad when shopping a title to traditional publishers from a seasoned literary agent’s perspective. They’ll come to understand the author/agent relationship and the process an
Launching a Book? Consider a Podcast! As an aspiring author, Grady Birdsong is learning that Podcasts are quickly becoming a popular vehicle to get your work known. He now believes that it should be one of the first of many steps you consider when publicizing your work. He has participated in two Podcasts to date. An “indie”