Self Publishing: How to Promote Your Book

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92Y

92 Street & Lexington Ave · New York, NY

How to find us

The event is going to be held in room s297, on the second floor of the South Building of the Y.

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What we'll do

Do you want to release your first book; or are you a writer with many published volumes under your belt? You are interested in self-publishing, but are unsure how to reach a wider audience? There are many tips and strategies that will help you become successful in advertising your writing. We will walk you through the steps of effective self-promotion from discussing the power of metadata and the effects of a strong cover design through partnership building to book distribution. We welcome any authors, aspiring writers, bloggers, publishers, journalists or anyone who is thinking of writing a book.

Agenda for the evening:

6.00 Welcome
6.30 Presentation
7.00 Sharing experiences
8.00 Networking

About the Presenter:

Kinga Jentetics, a Forbes 30 under 30, is the CEO and co-founder of PublishDrive, a self-publishing platform helping authors increase their sales globally. PublishDrive is an Apple trusted company and they were selected to take part in the Google Accelerator program in the Silicon Valley. Kinga is an advocate for female entrepreneurs and encourages young women to embark on a career in tech. She was selected into the group of Next Generation Women Leaders by McKinsey and the list of 100 Female Founders by The Hundert .

About the Venue:
We are excited to be hosting our evening in such a magnificent venue, where literary giants have walked before us. 92Y hosted readings by such diverse list of novelists as Jonathan Franzen, Diana Gabaldon, Cassandra Clare or George R.R. Martin. Be sure to check out some great writing courses at the Unterberg Center: https://www.92y.org/poetry

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