Marketing Your Masterpiece: How to Maximize Exposure and Sales of Your Self-Published Book

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Registration for this event will close on May 28, 2024 @ 5:30pm.
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Join Kentucky authors Liz Carey and Bill Carman as they teach you how to maximize the exposure and sales of your self-published book through social media, print advertising, and in-person sales. They will also explore ways to engage your potential buyer, including a discussion of venues, branding tools, and dialogue.

Liz Carey is an award-winning journalist and newspaper reporter with credits in several major newspapers. She currently works as a freelance writer with clients across the U.S., serves as a columnist for the Lexington Herald Leader, and writes for several national online publications. She has authored books traditionally published and self-published, and she teaches at the Carnegie Center in Lexington. 

Bill Carman is a hunting and fishing guide and award-winning outdoor writer. His stories have appeared in numerous outdoor magazines, and he has authored four books of outdoor stories. He regularly conducts outdoor skills workshops and he teaches outdoor writing at the Carnegie Center in Lexington.

Sponsored by the Bluegrass Writers Coalition and PSPL.


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