What we're about

Welcome to the South Denver chapter of The Nonfiction Authors Association, a national organization featuring a vibrant and supportive community for trailblazing writers. Our members include experienced and aspiring authors of business, self-development, health, reference, memoir and other nonfiction books.

Our NFAA local chapters focus on the business side of writing, publishing and promoting nonfiction books. Meeting agendas include a guest speaker focused on a topic related to the publishing industry, introductions by all attendees, and a signature mastermind session where three to five attendees are selected to share a publishing-related challenge or question and receive feedback from the group (a wildly popular feature of our meetings!).

First-time visitors to an NFAA local chapter are not required to be members of the Nonfiction Authors Association, however, if you’d like to return to a second meeting and beyond, we do require that you join us online with either a Basic membership (free) or Authority membership ($19/month). Authority members receive many added benefits including:

· Access to recordings from our twice-monthly teleseminars with industry professionals

· Weekly marketing tips sent via email.

· Special discounts with our sponsor partners, including a substantial discount off access to Profnet, a PRNewsWire service that connects authors with media interviews.

· Special discounts off our annual Nonfiction Writers Conference and year-round Nonfiction Book Awards.

· Local chapter benefits include priority in our popular Author Mastermind portion of the meetings, a members-only magnetic name badge to wear to meetings (after three months of Authority membership), and periodic event discounts during the year.

***For additional information and to join the Nonfiction Authors Association, visit:
http://nonfictionauthorsassociation.com/join/ . ***

No matter where you are on your publishing journey, whether you’re just getting started or you’ve already authored dozens of books, whether you’re self-published or traditionally published, we welcome you and hope you will join us for our lively and informative meetings!

NOTE: If you represent an organization or group that is in need of a speaker, please browse our member directory or contact our group leader for a personal recommendation.

Past events (14)

Terry Whalin speaks at July 19th meeting

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June 21st: Hear Richard Rieman speak about AudioBooks

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Suzie Shride speaks at the May 17th NFAA meeting

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Melody Jones Speaks on Social Media on April 19th

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