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Join me in New York to learn self-publishing from the experts!
Writer's Digest Annual Conference | July 31-August 2
 
LEARN HOW TO SELF-PUBLISH SUCCESSFULLY AT THE WRITER'S DIGEST ANNUAL CONFERENCE!

It's no secret that there's more than one way to publish your book. No matter which route you choose to pursue, the Writer's Digest Annual ConferenceJuly 31–August 2 in New York —is all about making sure that you've got enough information to do it right. Thinking of self-publishing or pursuing a partner publishing deal? Consider attending the following sessions—they'll provide invaluable insights and advice for producing your book AND giving it the best chance of standing out in a crowded marketplace.

POSITION YOUR BOOK
 
 
Nina Amir First things first, make sure the book you're publishing is the right one. In HOW TO CREATE YOUR BESTSELLING AUTHOR CAREER PLAN, Nina Amir, publishing consultant and author of The Author Training Manual, lays out a proven method for turning your story idea or non-fiction concept into a business strategy that ensures your book idea has what it takes to succeed.
 
 
CREATE YOUR BOOK
 
 
G.P. Ching Self-publishing is a serious investment of your time and money. How can you create a quality product while keeping an eye on profitability? In SELF-PUBLISHING ON A SHOESTRING, bestselling indie author G.P. Ching will discuss when do-it-yourself will suffice and when it will doom your project, along with simple strategies to start small and scale fast as an author/entrepreneur.
Rodrigo Corral Learn the basics of good cover design and the techniques that can transform a good cover idea into something spectacular during SUPERIOR COVER DESIGN. This special session features award-wining designer and Farrar, Straus & Giroux Creative Director Rodrigo Corral as he explores what having a "well designed cover" means and how to ensure you get one.
 
 
PROMOTE YOUR BOOK
 
 
M.J. Rose In BUZZ YOUR BOOK IN THE EVER-CHANGING (AND CRAZY) MARKETPLACE, New York Times bestselling author M.J. Rose will show you how to brainstorm a variety of ideas and techniques for promoting your work, building your brand, and selling books. Bring your own book to the session as well—some may be selected for Rose's idea generation treatment on the spot.
Amir/Blank/Ching The biggest challenge facing an author—whether traditionally published or self-published—is effectively promoting your work and motivating the public to buy it. Our panel, MARKETING STRATIES FOR AUTHORS, will help illustrate strategies for promoting your book effectively and making the best use of your time.
 
 
These sessions and more will go a long way towards making sure your self-publishing efforts pay off!

 
 
Phil Sexton

I hope to see you there!
Phil

Phil Sexton
Publisher, Writer's Digest


 
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