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"Succeeding in the Current Self-Publishing Market" with Deanna Roy
2/25/2017 From 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
$69 members (sign in for member pricing)
This class is sold out. Please read all policies as noted below and on our Classes page.
Location Note: This class is held in Moody Hall, Room 204. This is a different building from past years' classes at St. Edward's University. You can find a campus map here.
It's been six years since the self-pub revolution went mainstream. Strategies to get your book in front of readers have changed tremendously. Whether you have several books out, or are still finishing up a manuscript you intend to publish on your own, this class will take your career as an author to the next stage in its self-pub journey. In this four-hour class, we will:
- Review the self-publishing platforms for ebook and print and their current market share
- Discuss the best price points for each genre and type of book
- Build a release strategy that gives your book the best possible start
- Establish a "rescue plan" for current titles that have not yet found their audience
About the instructor:
Deanna Roy is the six-time USA Today bestselling author of women's fiction, college romance, and middle grade books under three pen names. She is a regular speaker and instructor for authors who choose the self-publishing route for their books.
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NOTE: Once a purchase has been made, tickets are not refundable and registration cannot be transferred to a different class or event. No exceptions will be made. If you purchase a ticket and then find you cannot attend, someone else can attend in your stead. Simply contact us at email@example.com or 512-499-8914 and let us know so that we can update the class roster. For policies, please visit our Classes page.
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Writers' League of Texas classes and workshops are also funded in part by the Texas Commission on the Arts - Investing in a Creative Texas. For more information, go to www.arts.texas.gov.
The Writers' League of Texas would like to thank St. Edward's University for its generous support and commitment to community, ongoing education, and the arts. Visit www.stedwards.edu.