Recently, Lacey Losh self-published an adult coloring book. It was a lot of work, but it’s pretty darn cool to hold something you created (something YOU published) in your hands. It turns out there’s a lot of interest in this subject, and she’s happy to share what she has learned and do some research to help others with their own self-publishing projects.
Join us on Saturday, March 26th from 1:30 – 3:30 PM at Common Root Mutual Aid Center for this FREE self-publishing skillshare. Bring your questions about self-publishing, share your ideas and meet other local authors, poets, creators and artists.
Perhaps you’re wondering:
-How long does the process take?
-What are some different paper types and binding options?
-How much money would it take to start?
-Do I need special software? What about file formats?
-Can I self-publish without digital files?
-How do I decide on a printer or publishing company?
-What about small-scale publishing (print-on-demand or zine publication)?
-What’s the deal with ISBN numbers?
-How can I market my publication?
These questions are just examples. I will be formatting the content of this skillshare based on the interests of those in attendance.
Space is limited, so please register if you plan to attend: http://commonroot.net/
The registration form will give you an opportunity to detail your specific interests. I hope to see you there!