Join us for an evening with Ron McKenzie and John Hill.
Understanding today’s (ever-changing!) publishing world.
ONCE YOU FINISH WRITING YOUR BOOK, fiction or non-fiction, should you try to have it published in the traditional way? Or self-publish it? What self-publishing used to signify, in status and profit, is rapidly changing. There now exists a new, complicated set of choices, many of them profitable, resulting in a tangible book, or an e-Book.
Ron McKenzie was first published by McGraw-Hill in 1991 with his book Successful Business Plans for Architects. Ron has also authored over 300 published magazine articles. He is a full time writer and business planning consultant, and resides in Las Vegas, Nevada with his wife Pamela.
John Hill was a full-time professional Hollywood TV and screenwriter, from 1974- 1999. His credits include Griffin and Phoenix (1976), Heartbeeps (1981), co-writer of Little Nikita (1988) and Quigley Down Under, (1990). He has worked on staff as a writer-type producer on Quantum Leap and on L.A. Law, where he won an Emmy in 1991. He now teaches writing and filmmaking at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, where he lives with his wife Nancy.