Writing Seminar Series
Tuesday, June 46:00—8:00 PMLibrary Meeting RoomSutton Free Public Library4 Uxbridge Road , Sutton, MA, 01590
The focus of this seminar is Getting Published: which option is best for your book?
Author Lisa Shea has published over 350 fiction and nonfiction works on Amazon ranging from history, romance,
mystery, sci-fi, fantasy, dystopian, to cookbooks and more. She runs two writing groups and has years of experience helping those interested in writing along every stage from starting through getting it live in paperback and ebook form. You can attend just one seminar or several, whatever best suits your interests and needs. All attendees receive free copies of Lisa’s books on these topics. The first two sessions are on writing and publishing and are geared toward writers. These workshops guide participants through every step of the process. From overcoming writer's block to creating that first-page hook to laying out the book, Lisa explains each step. She will also explain the differences between various types of publishing and how to move forward to the book on the market. The third and fourth seminars are on marketing and social networking. On these evenings assistance will be offered on projects of all types. Even if you're just starting out, now is the time to begin the work in these areas. You want your social networking going strong when you're ready to launch your project. If you've already got a project out there, you probably know how critical free marketing can be!
These seminars are sponsored by a grant from the Sutton
Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Capacity: 14 of 16 spaces available.
Note: Registering more attendees than spaces available will automatically place your attendees on this event's wait list.
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