New! How to Become an Indie Author

October 15, 2016: Becoming an Indie Author/Marketing Before & After Publication

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Dora Badger of the Woodward Press has added “Becoming an Indie Author”to her marketing workshop on October 15. Whether you have questions about self-publishing or are ready to take your manuscript to the next level, Dora will guide you through the process of going from “unpublished” writer to “published” author. She will also share her marketing savvy. If you think you don’t need to market yet, because you are unpublished, or you don’t care for marketing because you just want to write, this workshop will explain how marketing can be fun (really!) and why early marketing sets the stage for future success. If you are ready to move forward with a publishing and marketing plan, this business-of-writing workshop is for you. Q and A plus social hour (with pizza) follows workshop.
  • October 15
  • 11-2
  • Pizza included
  • $10 DWW members
  • $15 non-members
  • Shield’s Pizza
  • 1476 W. Maple Rd
  • Troy MI 48084

To register for this course click HERE.

 

Dora Badger

Dora Badger is a writer and web designer. Her 20+ years of experience working with small presses and in-house publications have served her well in her role as Woodward Press’ Project Manager. Dora’s work has appeared in numerous small press publications, including A cappella Zoo, FLAPPERHOUSE, Dreampress’ Ténèbres 2015, and most recently in Kaleidotrope. She is currently at work on Uncurled, a barely pre-apocalyptic novel set in the heart of Motown. Her micro-collection When You’ve Been Bad and her stories Lemonade Songs and A Dark and Bloody Business are available through Amazon.

 

 

 

To see more workshops, and learn about the facilitators, visit the workshop page.

 

 

For more information on DWW and its programs, contact Program Director Cynthia Harrison at cindy AT cynthiaharrison DOT com