Posted: Aug 29, 2012 at 2:32 PM [Aug 29, 2012]
Self-Publishing your own children’s book may look easy, but creating a book that will sell can be tough. Jenkins Group, Inc. and the Traverse City Children’s Book Festival will host a workshop at Schoolcraft College on September 14, from 10 am to 2 PM. This four hour workshop, Children’s Book Publishing 101, will cover many aspects of successful independent children’s book publishing including design, editing, budgets, identifying your market, and more.
With more than 30 years in the publishing industry, presenter Steven Bollinger, Jenkins Group’s Senior Custom Publishing Consultant, is an expert on what it takes to succeed in today’s children’s book market.
“If you are curious about what it takes to write, design, and print a children’s book, this workshop will answer your basic questions,” Steven says of Children’s Book Publishing 101. “Self-Published authors spend from $3,000 to $15,000 to design and print a children’s book. Our goal is to tell you what you get for your money and help you focus on the things that make your book successful.”
To register for this workshop interested parties can visit www.tcchildrensbookfestival.com or contact Amy Shamroe, TCCBF Director at Jenkins Group, Inc. by phone at 800.644.0133 x 1000 or by email at email@example.com.
Here’s what past attendees have to say:
“The Children's Book Publishing 101 seminar answered my publishing questions and I found the information that was presented very valuable to me.” --Cheryl D. (new author)
“The event was very informative for me. Seeing how the Print-On-Demand companies compare to other publishing options was helpful.” --Karen B. (new author)