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So you want to write a book, but have a million questions? Like is it better to self-publish or submit to traditional publishers? What are the pros and cons of each?  Is my job done when the book is published? What do agents want? What do editors want? What do readers want? What is best for me, the author? 

Get all your questions asked and answered at the AMA-ASK ME ANYTHING AUTHOR PANEL. A self-published author, a debut author and a multi-published author will discuss the joys and hazards, thrills and pitfalls, surprises and disappointments, and what else you can expect along the way to becoming a published author. You won’t want to miss this informative panel presentation!  Bring paper and pen so you can take notes. Book signing follows the Q & A.

AUTHOR BIOS:

LENA JO McCOY sat down to write her first book, Special Run, after the entire manuscript was gifted to her in a dream. Take a journey down McCoy’s self-publishing path as she shares the ups and down of writing her paranormal mystery novel.

TONI NIESEN is an Arizona native and former resident of Alaska. She recently published her first novel, Parts Unknown: an Alaskan Mystery, and is working on a sequel. She has also published several Native American themed short stories. Toni is a member of Mystery Writers of America, and the Desert Sleuths Chapter of Sisters in Crime.

C.C. HARRISON knew she wanted to be a writer when her mother took her to the library for the first time as a child. Since then she’s written five crime novels all set in small towns. Her recent book, Death by G-String, is a cozy mystery that introduces the Coyote Canyon Ladies Ukulele Club whose first place win in a folk music competition is jeopardized when their star player is strangled to death with a ukulele G-String. Harrison is a member of Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America.

RSVP online at dfla.org or call 480-488-2286.
Cost: FREE

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