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
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
CIPA Member, Pam Feely Honored in Congressional Record Pam Feely, CPA, MBA, a long-time CIPA member and publisher of Campaign Finance Guides, LLC, where she authored A Candidate’s Guide to Campaign Finance in Colorado and co-authored A Penchant for Pensions, is also an active community volunteer, member of Kiwanis and serves on the Board of
Saturday, May 18, 2019: Mark Stevens will be presenting Why Write Fiction (When The Whole World Thinks You Should Not) He will talk about the key things you need to begin and how to ensure you are working with a quality process from writing your first precious sentence to finalizing the marketing plan for your finished
Saturday, March 23, 2019: So You’re On LinkedIn. Now What? Author and marketing professional Debra Jason will provide valuable information to help you make the most of your LinkedIn account. Debra will explain the common mistakes people make with their accounts and how to create a profile that gets noticed along with many other tips!