Children’s Book Publishing Primer

Join us Wednesday, May 4, 2011 at 6:30 PM when award-winning children’s book authors and publishers, Frances Keiser and Jane Wood, will explain the steps you’ll need to get your book published and in the hands of young readers. Whether you’re thinking about writing a children’s book or you’ve already completed your manuscript, this workshop is a must. Free and open to the public. Contact: Rik Feeney at usabookcoach@gmail.com.

Top 3 things participants will learn:
1. Children’s Book Genres
2. Publishing Options
3. Marketing Strategies

The dos and don’ts, the wouldn’ts and fear,
You’ll learn all about each one of them here.
Follow the steps, and believe in yourself;
The outcome is bright, your book’s on the shelf!

Directions to Orlando FWA Meeting
From I-4 East or West, take the Lee Road exit and head East toward the Atlantic Ocean. Lee Road will dead end at 17-92 (Orlando Ave.) where you will make a right turn, then get immediately into the left turn lane to make a left on Webster (as you turn a Borders book store will be on your right). Follow Webster through a light at Denning, then another light at the railroad tracks, then you will come to a stop sign, actually stop, then before the next stop sign (which is Park Ave) you will turn left into the University Club. Go up the ramp to the side door, then keep going to your left inside to the library where we hold the meeting. (Hosted at The University Club of Winter Park, 841 N. Park Ave., Winter Park, FL 32789.)

Florida Publisher’s Association – “Publishing Solutions 2011”
Attend the FPA 2011 Publishing Spring Fling: “Publishing Solutions 2011” for an excellent opportunity to hone your publishing skills, whether you’re a traditional publisher or a self-publisher. Learn the nuts and bolts of publishing – from editing to cover design to layout to marketing and publishing timelines. Click the following link for more information. http://data.memberclicks.com/site/fpa/Spring%20Registration.pdf

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