Do you have an ebook looking for a wider audience? Would you like to get your book into the library but you don’t have a print version? Check out the Indie Author Project for ways to get your book into the hands of more readers!
Writer’s Lab: Indie Author Project, with Emily Gooding of Biblioboard, on Saturday, February 12, at 10am.
Are you a self-published or aspiring author looking to reach new readers? Join us to learn how you can expand your readership and gain new exposure through public libraries with the Indie Author Project This non-exclusive program helps independent authors get their eBooks into participating libraries throughout Florida, and potentially into participating libraries all across the U.S. and Canada. This session will go over how to submit to the Indie Author Project, the benefits of participating, and how to get the most out of the program’s resources.
This event will be held online via Zoom. Click here to register.
Indie Author Project books are part of the library’s collection through Biblioboard, which showcases local authors as well as authors nationwide. Check out these books in the Indie Florida and Indie Author Project Select collections.
And check out 2021 Florida Author Project winners from our area:
The Girl Who Swam to Atlantis, by Elle Thornton
The Bootlegger’s Mistress, by Marc Curtis Little
If you’ve got a book you’re ready to share, check out all of the great things you can do with it at the library!
If you have printed copies of your book, consider submitting them to our Local Author Collection, housed at the Main Library, which features books in all genres from dozens of local authors.
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