Rossland authors hoping to help others get published tonight

Rossland authors Darcee O’Hearn and Yolanda Ridge will be doing another workshop tonight on the subject of getting published.

Rossland authors Darcee O’Hearn and Yolanda Ridge will be doing another workshop tonight on the subject of getting published.

The workshop brings together the knowledge of both authors who took separate routes to getting published. O’Hearn succeeded in getting her books to print on her own, while Ridge took the more formal route.

Both routes have there positive and negative aspects, which they will discuss.  The workshop is also an in depth discussion on how to get published in today’s market.

Topics will include: market research; selling yourself; developing a need for your book; determing target audience; query letters; the pitch; working with editors; how to deal with rejection.

Contact Darcee at 362-5559 or darceeo@telus.net to reserve a spot or get more information.

 

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