What You Need To Know About Publishing

patricia-charpentierHello and Happy New Year! In this first post of the year, I am happy to announce our first Creative Momentum Gathering of the year, Tuesday, January 24, featuring Patricia Charpentier discussing “What You Need to Know About Publishing.”

LifeArt Studio, Writing Your Life, and Writer’s Block Bookstore are joining forces to offer an informative evening on how to give your ideas, your writing, your memories the beautiful form they deserve. Whether you hope to be traditionally published or intend to produce your book in some other way, Patricia Charpentier knows so much about how publishing works and how to avoid its many costly pitfalls.

As many of you know, Patricia Charpentier is founder Writing Your Life and LifeStory Publishing and a seventeen-year veteran of the industry. She’ll discuss

>     traditional publishing vs. concierge or self-publishing

>      how to be an informed author

>       the question of hiring professionals

13895054_10153643578296237_6688182899136835694_nIn addition, I’ll tell you all about my own experience of working with Patricia, for she has just published my recently revised book, Twelve Doors: Writing for Pleasure, Self-Expression, and Insight. Writers Block Bookstore will be on hand with copies for sale, as well as Patricia’s Eating an Elephant: Write Your Life One Bite at a Time. And, her Five-Year Journals, just in time for the new year, will also be available for sale.

“What You Need to Know About Publishing” is free event, but reservations are required. To reserve your place, send a request to me here.

This event takes place on Tuesday, January 24th from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Cocina 214 just off Park Avenue in Winter Park., at 151 Welbourne Avenue East, Winter Park, FL 32789.

Come early and grab dinner and drinks at Coquina 214, and meet other writers. Light appetizers will be provided during the session.

Seating is limited, so don’t forget to reserve your seat here.  I hope you can join us!

 

 

 

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