Join us as Bethany Brown, President of The Cadence Group (http://www.thecadencegrp.com/), explains how to use print-on-demand (POD) technology to make books available to buyers through Amazon and IngramSpark. POD gives self-publishing authors the ability to print a single book and makes it easy to distribute to Amazon and hundreds of other online retailers without requiring a large print run. Bethany will also briefly discuss other book printing options, such as offset and digital printing.
After the meeting, we'll walk down to Dunlay's on Clark (2600 N Clark Street) for self-pay food and drinks to continue the discussion. All attendees are welcome to join us.
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Bethany Brown is the President of The Cadence Group (http://www.thecadencegrp.com), a design, editorial, marketing and book coaching provider to the publishing industry. With a background in traditional publishing by way of Adams Media and Sourcebooks and close to a decade of working directly with authors and small presses, Bethany understands the challenges (and benefits!) facing self-publishers and indie presses today. She lives just outside of Chicago with her husband Steve and her dog Popeye.