HOW TO SELF-PUBLISH & ILLUSTRATE YOUR CHILDREN’S BOOK with Maureen Buff

Are you going?

14 people going

Share:

Northeast Regional Library

1241 Military Cutoff Road · Wilmington, NC

How to find us

In the WATKINS Room. To the very right from main entrance.

Location image of event venue

Details

HOW TO SELF-PUBLISH & ILLUSTRATE YOUR CHILDREN’S BOOK
A FREE Presentation for the NC Writers’ Network

Want to write and publish a children’s story? Within a year?

Author-Publisher Maureen Buff shares with us why she chose to self-publish and illustrate her children’s book. In her presentation, Maureen explains how she went from the idea to the finished product, all within a year.

Maureen will address the differences between self-publishing and traditional publishing, hiring a mentor, editing/getting feedback, Amazon KDP publishing, and Adobe Illustrator.

Whether you’ve only got an idea or a complete manuscript, you’ll participate in a fun activity full of self-discovery.

Come and find out!

Our presentation is hosted by our own, dynamic Mel Pitts.

MAUREEN BUFF / BRIEF BIO

Maureen Buff wrote, illustrated and self-published in 2018 her first children’s book, “No Money Monday,” a story that teaches kids finance, under the mentorship of Christine Moughamian, and with the aid of Adobe Illustrator and Amazon’s KDP program.

Maureen published in 2014 an economics paper in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons. In 2013, she worked at the Foundation for Economic Education in Atlanta, GA, an organization that teaches economics to high school and college students.

Maureen has worked in banking and coached youth soccer in Wilmington, NC, since 2015. She enjoys finance, economics, coaching, writing, and reading to her four nephews!

NC WRITERS’ NETWORK
Our NCWN Spring Conference will be held on Saturday, April 27, in Greensboro. Reduced tuition on all our conferences is well worth your membership investment. So… Join our NC Writers’ Network, save money, and enjoy terrific benefits!
The nonprofit North Carolina Writers’ Network is the state’s oldest and largest literary arts services organization devoted to writers at all stages of development. For additional information on our writing contests and conferences, visit www.ncwriters.org.

NCWN Coastal Representative: Christine Moughamian