2014 Speaker Series

The Authors Road

A quest to learn from America's writers

Join us for a free slideshow and travel stories from The Authors Road.

Tuesday July 15th, 7 - 8:30 PM

At the Bainbridge Public Library. Sponsored by Field's End.

http://www.authorsroad.com

"We interview authors who write because they breathe, who make their living at writing (with the possible exception of poets), and who are passionate about the act of writing." - Salli Slaughter and George Mason

 

The Pleasures and Pitfalls of Independent Publishing: Three Authors Share Their Experiences

with Caroline Flohr, Wendy Hinman, and Benay Nordby

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Find out what three successful authors of memoirs learned about using digital publishing and marketing their books. Bring your questions and get answers!

Bainbridge Library, Community Room -- 7 PM -- 8:30 PM Free

Caroline Flohr is the author of Heaven's Child and is at work on her next book, a lighthearted memoir.Visit her website at carolineflohr.com

Wendy Hinman is the author of Tightwads on the Loose: A Seven-Year Pacific Odyssey. She is an inspiring speaker on following our dreams wherever they lead. Visit her website at wendyhinman.com

Benay Nordby is an active community volunteer and the author of The Full Ripened Grain, a Memoir of Healing and Hope, her first book.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Working with an Editor: Taking your Book to the Next Level

With EditorJennifer Hager and Author Dave Richards

Your novel is ready to go—or is it? Author Dave Richards and Book Editor Jennifer Hager give a candid account of the collaboration on the novel If I Could Give You a Day.

Bainbridge Library, Community Room -- 7 PM -- 8:30 PM Free

Dave Richards has sold numerous options to his scripts and writing assignments. But when the idea for his book came to him, he had to drop everything and write his first novel.

Jennifer Hager is a freelance developmental editor and member of the Northwest Independent Editors Guild. She works on book-length projects with a focus on "big picture" aspects of story. Contact Jennifer through the Member Directory at www.edsguild.org