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
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.
By Annalisa Parent, CEO of Date With the Muse One of the most common questions would-be authors ask me is: how long should my novel be? It’s an important consideration, as the length of a novel can either make or break you when it comes to selling books. Why? As an indie author, you’re competing
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
Daniel Willis – D. X. Varos, Ltd is pleased to share our latest release: A Storm Before the War by Phillip Otts. A little blurb: A brother’s job is never done! John Harvey and Martin McCrary share a father and little else. Harvey, a freed slave, has lived life as his white brother’s keeper. When they
As a published author of sixteen novels and a long-time CIPA member, I want to thank CIPA for all the great help they give independent authors like me. I frequently take advantage of useful information online and have attended the EVVY awards banquet, which is exciting and fun! I wish I lived in Colorado so