They have helped writers to become publishing authors. Writing like a
bestseller is easier with the training offered by them. They are Pen of
the Writer. Pen of the Writer takes the bid to organize the Pen to
Paper Literary Symposium 2016. This event is going to be held at Central
State University West - 840 Germantown Street Auditorium, Dayton, OH
45402, United States on Saturday, October 1, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 5:00
PM (EDT). Enabling one to know more about how to become an author,
Pen of the Writer caters to the need of being able to craft content.
Helping one to learn to write from an editor’s perspective, Pen to Paper
Literary Symposium 2016 unravels the opportunity for one to explore
strategies to overcome the impediments that the writers normally face
during authorship. Making one to be adept enough at writing and
critiquing, the workshop paves the path for one to know more about how
to use prompts under the guidance of the experts who have been in the
field for long tether.
Valerie J. Lewis Coleman will reveal the best opportunity for one to learn more about how to self-publish a book. When the traditional publishers are hard to have access to, one can easily take resort to self-publishing. Unscrambling the rejuvenating opportunity for one to be aware of the ways to save thousands of dollars, hours of research and mountains of frustration, Valerie will help one to avoid top five mistakes that 95% of the new authors usually make.
Besides learning how to write a book, one can also get to know more about how to publish a short story to Amazon. Covering everything from publishing to pricing, cover design to promoting, this workshop has been designed to help one to be equipped with an eBook ready for Kindle.
About Pen to Paper Literary Symposium 2016:
Pen to Paper Literary Symposium 2016 is a workshop that is being hosted by Valerie J. Lewis Coleman at Central State University West on October 1.
For more information, please visit http://penofthewriter.net/ or http://pentopaper2016.eventbrite.com/
Valerie J. Lewis Coleman