Join us on April 22 for an informative presentation on options for publishing based on timelines a writer should expect. Based on personal and anecdotal experience, Betsy will discuss finding an agent, traditional publishing, self-publishing, and hybrid publishing to provide a general guide to what may be best for each writer.
Saturday, 22nd April
Burke Center Library
5935 Freds Oak Rd
Burke, VA 22015
Born in Washington, DC, Betsy Ashton was raised in Southern California where she ran wild with coyotes in the hills above Malibu. She earned her undergraduate degree at UCLA, her first MA at Keio University, Tokyo, and her second MA and doctorate at USC.
Her first mystery, Mad Max Unintended Consequences, was published in February 2013. The second in the series, Uncharted Territory, A Mad Max Mystery, came out in April 2015. Her third in the series, Unsafe Haven, is due out later in 2017. She is the past president of The Virginia Writers Club.
Join us on November 19 when Jennifer Crawford from Social Media Rescue will share how indie authors can shine on social media by finding, connecting, and engaging with their specific audience. You don’t need a large following on social media, but you do need the help of some raving fans. Learn what it takes to turn a casual reader in a rabid fan by giving them more than just your book.
Saturday, 19th November
Chantilly Regional Library
4000 Stringfellow Rd
Chantilly, VA 20151
Jennifer Crawford is the co-owner of Social Media Rescue. Social Media Rescue is a boutique agency that works closely with small businesses and organizations on unique approaches to social media marketing, branding, new media, and business strategy. She specializes in using creativity, humor, and fun to inject unforgettable qualities into your marketing.
In addition to running a business, she is a podcaster, Founder of DC PodFest, and an improviser with The Improv Imps. She lives with her husband and three-legged rescue Pug in Fairfax, Virginia.
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