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Indie Author Day

Are you a self-published author or have you ever considered self-publishing? Would you like to learn more?

Are you a reader looking for new authors to check out?

Join us on Saturday, October 8, 2016, when Westchester Indie Authors will be participating in the Inaugural Indie Author Day at Eastchester Public Library.

Panels on writing and self-publishing, readings, discussions and book-signings will be followed by an hour-long digital gathering, at 2pm Eastern time, of all the participating libraries for a national Q&A with writers, agents and other industry leaders.

Whatever stage of the process you are at, this is a great chance to connect with local indie authors and libraries.

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Where: Eastchester Public Library, 11 Oak Ridge Place, Eastchester,  NY 10709

Date: Saturday, 8th October, 2016.   10am – 3pm

Program:

10am – 2pm  TBA

2pm -3pm     National digital gathering for Q&A with writers, agents and other industry leaders.

Local authors include: Rinku Battacharya, Susan Berliner, Kirsten Campbell, Julianna Dawson, David Deutsch, Carol Dommermuth, Linda Griffin, Nate Levin, Mel Parish, Donna Thompson.

 

 

 

 

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Is Independent Publishing For You?

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Our First Panel Event

Eastchester-20140929-00120What if nobody comes? – probably the most pressing question on our minds on Monday, 29th September, as we prepared for our first Westchester Indie Author panel event at Eastchester Public Library in Westchester County, New York. Fortunately, by 7pm we knew we didn’t need to put plan B into effect (plan B being head for the bar across the street). We didn’t fill all the available seats by any means, but we had an audience.

The panel was made up of authors Mel Parish, Carol Dommermuth, d.r.deutsch and Julianna M. Dawson.  With Carol as moderator of the event entitled ‘Self-publishing – Is It For You?’, we discussed why we write, what led us to self-publishing and our own writing process before opening up the session to questions from the audience.

To our delight there was no shortage of questions on everything from formatting to marketing and the session came to an end at 9pm only because the library was about to close.

With first-time nerves behind us we now look forward to similar future events, including our next panel at Rye Library on 13th November, 2014.

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