How to Self-Publish like a Professional Saturday, November 24, 2018 10:00 AM

The California Writers Club - Inland Empire Branch

Marj Charlier will discuss how to create a self-published book that is indistinguishable from any produced by one of the "big five" New York and European publishers. She will talk about industry standards: metadata, cover design, and the secret details of interior formatting. She will also review ways to deliver a professionally published book; by doing it yourself, or by hiring consultants or subsidy publishers to make your book for you.
Marj Charlier worked for twenty years in journalism with stints as a staff reporter at the Wall Street Journal and years in corporate finance. She finished her first novel in 2013, and is currently writing her eleventh novel.
In 2016, she started Sunacumen Press, a hybrid publisher, to help writers in Southern California and the Midwest create professionally published books. She is a board member of the Palm Springs branch of Pen Women, the Diamond Valley Writers Guild, and the publications board of Inlandia Institute; and a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association.

Attending: 7

Ovitt Family Community Library 215 East C St. OntarioCA  91764