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NY Times & USA Today bestselling author and Self-Publishing Star, LILIANA HART Set to Pack the House

Indiana Romance Writers of America (IRWA) is excited to host New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Liliana Hart on Saturday, September 12th, at the Central Library, 40 East Saint Clair Street, Indianapolis, IN. Ms. Hart will deliver a program on The Future of Self-Publishing from 12p.m. to 4p.m.

Program content: It's easy to get lost in the loops, the digests, and the gossip when it comes to self-publishing. The good news is self-publishing and ebooks are here to stay. And it's only going to get bigger and better. Liliana Hart will discuss the future of self-publishing and how authors can be discovered in a saturated market. Topics included: Algorithms, Back Matter, Social Media and Marketing That Works, Street Teams, Foreign Translations, Audio, Diversifying Your Books, Moving From Small Time Writer To Big Time Corporation, and much, much more.

IRWA encourages attendee registration for this event, as the library’s auditorium seating is limited. This event is geared toward writers and is free. Deadline to register is September 11.
A room block is available at Embassy Suites Downtown (110 W. Washington St., Indianapolis 46204) for $139/night. The link and discount code will be included in the registration confirmation email. Deadline to reserve a room in the block is August 11. King Bed Suites may be changed to Double Bed Suites for no extra charge by calling Embassy Suites at 317-236-1800.
Register today at https://www.rwa.org/p/cm/ld/fid=1520

For more information regarding this event, or if you are interested in conducting an interview or guest spotlight email Jillian Jacobs at jillianjacobs3@yahoo.com.

Indiana Romance Writers of America is a local chapter of the national organization, Romance Writer’s of America. Romance Writers of America® (RWA) is a nonprofit trade association whose mission is to advance the professional interests of career-focused romance writers through networking and advocacy. RWA works to support the efforts of its members to earn a living, to make a full-time career out of writing romance—or a part-time one that generously supplements his/her main income.

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