By Brian Johnston
Writing a book is a big challenge. I know because I’ve written three of them. Yet even though completing a book is a big accomplishment, once you’re actually done writing, the real challenge begins. How do you format the book correctly? How do you find an editor for your book? How do you get the word out about it? What are the different options for publication?
Whether you’re just starting your book, you’re in the middle of writing it, or you’ve completed it, hopefully you’ve been thinking about some of these questions. Even if you haven’t, that’s okay! On January 28 at 6:30 p.m., at LTPL, I’ll be running a program on how to publish your book.
At the program, I’ll be providing answers to the above questions and more. I hope to be able to share what I’ve learned about the writing industry with others who don’t know what to do to get their book ready for publication.
Space is limited for the program, and registration is required. To sign up, stop into the library, call us at (269) 429-9575, or visit us at lincolnlib.org. Whether you want to publish a book just to share with a few friends and family members, or you want to make it big as a writer, I hope you will find the program of value!