Amazing Self-publishing panel – Scott Nicholson, Michael J. Sullivan, Karent Cantwell, Matthew Iden


Please mark your calendars to attend an event featuring some of the brightest lights of  the self-publishing industry.

Join Karen Cantwell, author of the comedy-mystery Take the Monkeys and Run, Matt Iden, author of the crime fiction novel A Reason to Live, Scott Nicholson, author of Troubled, Michael J. Sullivan, author of the Riyria Series, and Robin Sullivan, founder and editor of Ridan Publishing, as they share their personal experiences in self-publishing and discuss the how-to of becoming a successful self-published author at George Mason University’s Fall for the Book festival near Washington DC.

Includes a one hour panel followed by a one hour informal meet-and-greet with the authors. No fee, registration, or RSVP required to attend!

Information

When: Saturday September 29 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Where: Stacy C. Sherwood Community Center, 3740 Old Lee Highway Fairfax, VA 22030 [map]
What: 1 hour panel discussion (includes short Q&A) followed by a 1 hour meet-and-greet. Books will be available for purchase and signing.
Info: For more information, please see the full Fall for the Book calendar.

Panelists

Karen Cantwell writes the humorous Barbara Marr Murder Mystery Series which includes Take the Monkeys and Run, Citizen Insane, and Silenced by the Yams, all of which have been Kindle bestsellers. She is currently working on the fourth Barbara Marr novel, Saturday Night Cleaver, while also strategically planning how to grow as both an author and publisher. http://www.karencantwell.com/
Matthew Iden writes fantasy, science fiction, horror, thrillers, crime fiction, and contemporary literary fiction with a psychological twist. Matthew’s crime fiction series featuring retired DC homicide investigator Marty Singer debuted in A Reason to Live and continues with Bluebloodhttp://matthew-iden.com
Scott Nicholson has hit the Kindle Top 100 ten different times in three countries and more than a million of his ebooks have been downloaded. He’s published more than 80 books and is currently self-publishing foreign editions of his work. http://www.hauntedcomputer.com
Michael J. Sullivan: Named to the io9 most successful science-fiction and fantasy authors list as well as EMG’s Top 25 self-published authors to watch list. Michael made over a quarter of a million dollars in self-publishing then sold that same series to big-six publisher Hachette Book Group for six-figures and more than twice that for 14 foreign language contracts. http://riyria.blogspot.com/
Robin Sullivan is a lecturer, blogger, small press publisher, and business manager/publicist for her husband, author Michael J. Sullivan. For over six years she has been actively following he changes in the publishing industry and has helped hundreds of authors determine what option will best meet their needs.http://www.ridanpublishing.com/
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7 comments on “Amazing Self-publishing panel – Scott Nicholson, Michael J. Sullivan, Karent Cantwell, Matthew Iden
  1. Wo3lf says:

    If I had a transporter I would have attended. Still, an amazing event.

  2. yoga-adan says:

    sounds like a great gathering, best wishes matt 😉

    maybe we can see a partial transcript of the event on a blog post!

  3. Sounds like a very informative event, Matt. I intend to copy this to my Creative Writing classmates at NOVA.

  4. Lilac Wolf says:

    Oh I wish I could be there!

  5. […] both organize and participate on an amazing self-publishing panel (though it’s over, see my original announcement for more details). For those of you who couldn’t make it, you  missed a 90-minute, crash […]

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