Every book has its own path toward publication. For some, this will be through traditional publishing, for others, independent publishing works best.
But how to make the decision?
Please join us for the webinar Indie Book Publishing: Lessons Learned, on Tuesday, September 8th from 7pm to 9pm ET.
The presentation and conversation will focus on CFG founding member Sharon Blomfield and author of “The Sifnos Chronicles: tales from a greek isle” as she talks about her own experience through the publishing journey and the lessons she learned along the way. What worked, what didn’t, and when she knew what decision to make.
A Waterloo, Ontario resident, Sharon Blomfield’s travel writing and photography have appeared in various newspapers and magazines such as the Globe and Mail, the National Post, the Boston Globe, and many other publications in Canada and beyond.
She is passionate about travel – the slow and deliberate kind, for she has found that it brings adventures into her life and people she never expected to meet. She takes readers of her books along beside her to taste and smell the delights of Greek islands life and to sometimes laugh at its peculiarities. She is the author of The Sifnos Chronicles: tales from a greek isle, and Sifnos Chronicles 2: more greek island tales, as well as her blog, The Sifnos Chronicler.
This event has been organized by and for the members of the Guelph/Kitchener-Waterloo chapters of the CFG. To help raise funds for future programming, these Chapters are also offering attendance to all CFG members and the general public for a small fee.
CFG members = $5
General Public = $15
Please let us know if you will be attending by registering on this page.
A link to the Zoom URL will be sent to you half an hour before the meeting. Please log in ten minutes before 7pm ET so we can start promptly. You should have the Zoom application downloaded to your computer ahead of time or use the Zoom webpage when prompted.
Please direct any questions to Montaha Hidefi at email@example.com.
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