March 2019 CIPA PRESIDENT’S LETTER By: Bob Schram It’s Spring! “in Just- spring when the world is mud-luscious . . . and puddle-wonderful.” –E.E. Cummings I get excited at this time of year! Beyond being my birth month, I begin to notice the robins foraging for worms and the bees sleepily bumbling about. The
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!
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”
Meeting with Success: Indie Publishing Success Stories Bios for our panel of guests: Dom Testa Dom Testa is the author of 14 published books, with a 15th on the way. He’s a hybrid author, having been published six times by Tor/Macmillan in New York, and as an independent author for eight of his titles. His books have been
This Saturday, September 16, 2017: Literary Rights and the Indie Author – Maximizing Your Bottom Line What Rights You May Be Forgetting About, and How to Use them to Maximize Your Bottom Line. CIPA Members register here by Friday at 6pm to save $15. September 2017 Signature Contents President’s Letter: A note from Alexandra O’Connell, CIPA’s new
This Saturday, June 17, 2017, from 11:30am to 1:30pm, join the literary community at the Colorado Independent Publisher Association (CIPA) Presidents’ Picnic and Reunion. Details and sign-up here. June 2017 Signature Contents President’s Letter: Some Sum Summertime!!! Articles: Narrating Your Own Audiobook, by Richard Rieman 5 Tips on Writing from an Editor, by Alexandra O’Connell