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MAKE-UP MEETING • June 4, 2015  Do Agents Still Have a Role in Publishing? 

7:00 - 8:30 pm at the King County Library Service Center (960 Newport Way NW, Issaquah, WA 98027)

A self-described "literary change agent," April Eberhardt founded her own agency in order to assist and advise authors as they navigate the increasingly complex world of publishing. As readers and publishers choose among the many ways literature is being delivered in the new millennium, authors need a literary agent who understands both the traditional and electronic marketplaces, along with the evolving options for agent-assisted independent publishing.

April works with serious authors who recognize the need for professional support, and the importance of publishing in the highest-quality way, be it traditionally or independently. Agent-vetted manuscripts help independently-published authors stand out from the millions of others, and contribute to raising the bar for independent publishing, garnering recognition and sales for those authors who understand and commit to "self-publishing, done right."

 

 

June 11, 2015 Conference & Pitch Preparation Workshop

7:00 - 8:30 pm at the King County Library Service Center (960 Newport Way NW, Issaquah, WA 98027)

You never have a second chance to make a good first impression. More details coming soon.

 

Erika Mitchell's first novel, a really horrible chick-lit thing, was promptly relegated to the back of her hard drive. A couple years later she tried again, this time writing a thriller novel. She had way too much fun writing it and a couple months later wrote another one.

Erika's first novel, Blood Money, was published by Champagne Books in February 2013.

Bai Tide, the first book of her new series featuring the exploits of CIA case officer Bai Hsu, will be released by Champagne Books in April 2015.





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5/23/2015 » 6/20/2015
Spring Quarter Memoir Course

6/4/2015
Do Agents Still Have a Role in Publishing?

6/11/2015
Conference and Pitch Preparation

7/16/2015 » 7/19/2015
2015 Conference Registration

7/16/2015
Young Author's Day

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