Category Archives: Classes and Conferences

5 Ways Indie Authors Can Make The Most Of A Writing Conference | Self-Publishing Relief

5 Ways Indie Authors Can Make The Most Of A Writing Conference | Self-Publishing Relief

  Before self-publishing became a legitimate, viable option, aspiring authors had only one choice: land a literary agent—a daunting task, since an agent could possibly receive up to 20,000 query letters a year. So many authors turned to writing conferences as a stepping stone toward meeting an agent and becoming traditionally published. Today, writing conferences… Continue Reading

The Best Self-Publishing Conferences of 2017 | Self-Publishing Relief

The Best Self-Publishing Conferences of 2017 | Self-Publishing Relief

Navigating the self-publishing industry may leave you feeling like an explorer lost in uncharted territory. Where should you start, and in which direction should you go? Whom should you ask—and trust—for help? What pitfalls should you avoid? The Internet can provide you with plenty of leads, but be careful: You might run across more hype than… Continue Reading

Get Educated! Classes and Conferences on Self-Publishing

Get Educated! Classes and Conferences on Self-Publishing

How can you learn everything you need to know about self-publishing your novel, poetry collection, memoir, or cookbook? Research, research, research! The Internet is a good resource, and you can also pick the brains of other self-published authors. Another way to become a self-publishing guru is to find writers conferences and classes that focus on this burgeoning trend in… Continue Reading

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