Monday, April 3, 2017

How to Publish Your Own Book: Workshop April 22


If you're interested in learning how to self-publish a book, join Andrew Doty, Peggy Nehmen, Warren Martin, and Bob Baker at St. Louis Community College – Meramec on April 22, 2017 for an information-packed four-hour workshop: "How to Publish Your Own Book: What You Need to Know."

This workshop, presented by the St. Louis Publishers Association, will cover the realities of independent publishing, must-know info about editing and design, options for getting your book into print, sales channels, ebook production, and tips for book marketing.

Register through St. Louis Community College by calling 314.984.7777 with the following details:
Class number: WRIT:704
Registration Code: 201705 50049
Date: 22 April 2017
Day: Saturday
Time: 8am – 12pm
Location: Meramec - Social Science Building 111
Instructor: CE Org Staff
Fees= $39.00




Andrew Doty
Andrew Doty is the owner and head editor at Editwright, the editor-in-chief of punctum books, and the editorial director of the St. Louis Publishers Association, as well as a freelance developmental editor and publishing consultant. 

Bob Baker
Bob Baker is an author, teacher, musician, and visual artist dedicated to showing creative people of all kinds how to get exposure, connect with fans, and increase their incomes. He is the author of: Guerrilla Music Marketing Handbook, 55 Ways to Promote & Sell Your Book on the Internet, Unleash the Artist Within, and more. You can check out Bob’s free ezine, blog, podcast, video clips, and articles at FullTimeAuthor.com and TheBuzzFactor.com.

Peggy Nehmen
Peggy Nehmen is a book designer, veteran graphic designer, and marketing consultant with a love of typography, book design, and all things creative. Her company, Nehmen-Kodner, provides branding and marketing for indie authors, start-ups, and established companies. Peggy helps authors through the design process to produce customized book covers and interiors.

Warren Martin
Warren Martin published his first fiction book, Forgotten Soldiers, in 2012 and currently teaches business and leadership courses for Norwich University and Bryan University. After a 21-year career in the Army, Warren transitioned into business operations and later business ownership. During recent years he has been focusing on academic pursuits, writing, and serving and supporting various organizations. In addition to being a Board member for the SLPA, Warren is a member of the St. Louis and Missouri Writers Guilds and the American Legion and serves as president for the area chapter of the Special Forces Association. He also serves on the Advisory Board for the Green Beret Foundation. Visit Warren's website at warrenmartinbooks.com.


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