BOOK PUBLISHING 1-2-3: FROM THE WRITER'S FINGERS TO THE READERS' HANDS

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January 5, 2014 (San Diego) -- Sprinkled with stories and tips (such as how to connect with literary agents), this February 22 program is designed to inspire and empower writers of all levels and genres. Start with a glimpse at today’s dynamic book business including traditional, electronic, and self-publishing. Then  share ideas to help refine the writing craft, followed by suggestions for getting published and tips for promoting books.

Also on the afternoon’s menu are imagination workouts, writing prompts, self-assessments, and Q&A throughout. The workshop will be presented by  Laurie Gibson, the La Mesa resident who’s edited the work of more than 150 first-time authors. She’s also edited or proofread well over 250 books for numerous publishers, including recent editions of novels such as “The Color Purple” and the writing of business guru Brian Tracy. For several years, Laurie taught at the Extension programs of both UCSD and UCLA.

When: Sat., Feb. 22, 2–5 p.m.

Where: The Ink Spot, Liberty Station, Barracks 16, # 202, Point Loma (across from Ace Hardware).

Cost: $54; to register, visit www.sandiegowriters.org.

Questions? Call the presenter at (858) 635-1233 or email eaglet5223@mypacks.net.


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