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Workshop Offerings

    • 19 May 2021
    • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM (ADT)
    • Webinar / Online

    There’s no need to wait to be discovered anymore! On Wednesday, May 19th,
    join the PEI Writers’ Guild for Self-Publishing 101 with indie Author C.E. Flores. We’ll explore the concept of self-publishing together to determine whether it’s for you.

    We’ll also provide suggestions on how to format the best manuscript possible and tips for marketing as an indie author. 

    C.E. Flores has literally written the book about self-publishing for beginners (Book Building: A Beginner’s Guide to Crafting Your Book).
    Having gone through the process 17 times (and counting!) she’s determined to help any writer considering the self-publishing route create the best book possible. In this webinar, she’ll share her trial and error publishing process so you won’t make the same mistakes.

    The workshop will run on Wednesday, May 19th as a Zoom webinar, from 6:30pm until 7:30pm. Cost is $30 for Non-members and $25 for PEIWG Members. After registration, participants will be emailed the links. 

    About the Instructor

    C.E. Flores is the self-published author of 17 books (and counting). She was born in the Eastern United States and now lives in central Mexico. On the way, she stopped for her Bachelor’s of Science in Education at the University of Nebraska--Lincoln and picked up a husband along the way. She moved to a few other places to add some life experiences to her resume and juicy bits to her memoirs. She continues plugging away at several books about her wild and crazy homesteading life which includes raising a son and a menagerie of animals in the Mexican wilds. She also writes guidebooks for the would-be writer focusing on formatting, publishing, and marketing in the hopes that someone will benefit from her mistakes.

Update from the Workshop Committee:

If you would like to facilitate a workshop for the PEI Writers' Guild,
please get in touch with us! We're looking for workshops on all aspects of writing—all levels and all genres. We especially want to hear from BIPOC community leaders. 

Link: Workshop Facilitator

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