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The Premier Writing Organization On
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Welcome to SLO NightWriters


 




Our Speaker tonight will be: Lili Sinclaire – June 9, 2020

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    Should You Use Kickstarter to Publish Your Book?

     

    Kickstarter is an online crowd funding platform that creative people use to get their work out into the real world. If you want to get your book published at little out of pocket costs, Kickstarter could be what you are looking for. Come learn more – Lili Sinclaire will tell her story of getting her hard bound, full color book, The Fork in the Path,  published with a Kickstarter Campaign.

    Topics:

  • ·      What is Kickstarter?
  • ·      Is Kickstarter for me?
  • ·      What will I get from Kickstarter?
  • ·      How long does a Kickstarter Campaign run?
  • ·      How do I create a Kickstarter Campaign?
  • ·      How do I tell people about my Kickstarter?

Bio:

Lili Sinclaire is a local author with three books published. Her self-help books, The Fork in the Path and The Fork Trail Guide Life are about creating lasting change. Her novel, The Bridge, is a young-adult story set in a rural town on the California Coast in the 1960’s. Lili has studied conflict resolution and communication for twenty years. She’s worked as a crisis phone counselor for The Parent Connection and for Stand Strong, formerly The Women’s Shelter.

All her books, both fiction and non-fiction, are about relationships. Her goal in writing is to create a space of curiosity, allowing people to experience meaningful and fulfilling lives.


Website:  https://www.liliasinclaire.com

Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/author/liliasinclaire










I hope to see you there.

 Steven Mintz, PhD

Program Director SLO NightWriters.

Professor Emeritus

California Polytechnic State University

San Luis Obispo, CA 93407





Round Tables Critique Sessions began at 5:15 pm



Terry Sanville and Susan Tuttle will be here to critique your work

Please keep your submission to two pages, typed, 12-point font, double spaced. This is a great—and safe—way to see what the critiquing process is all about, get valuable feedback from two fantastic writers, and practice reading your work to a small audience.

 


Please don't forget to sign in first. 5:15 pm
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Please note that there will be a charge of $5:00 for all non members who attend a critic group or round table. Payment will be accepted at the entrance to the meeting.



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