This is a one day workshop and it does have a fee.
Here is the class information as it is posted on the Writers League of Texas Website:
|Saturday, October 1, 2011|
10 AM - 4 PM
Self Publishing: How to Do it Right with Rhiannon Frater
Location: St. Edwards University, Trustee Hall 104
Updated Workshop Description
Every day the writing world takes notice of a new self-publishing success story. Today’s writer is empowered by the new media and has many options they can utilize to get their book into the hands of readers. This class will help writers create their own success with a comprehensive look on how self-publishing works from the very first step of honing a novel for publication to how to distribute the finished book to the masses. The class will not only provide an overview of the self-publishing process, but will concentrate on creating a publishing plan for each student.
This one day class will help you:
Rhiannon Frater originally self-published her zombie trilogyAs The World Dies in 2008 and was offered a three-book deal with Tor in 2010. Rhiannon’s career has given her a unique perspective on self-publishing versus traditional publishing. The first book in the series, The First Days, is now in bookstores everywhere. The First Days also received a starred review from Publishers Weekly. All her novels (self-published and traditionally published) have been optioned for TV and film. Rhiannon has a writing blog at and awebsite.
Please note: This class was originally a three-part workshop, but it has been rescheduled as a full-day workshop.
Rhiannon Frater is the award-winning self-published author of the As the World Dies trilogy (The First Days,Fighting to Survive, Siege,) and the author of three other books: the vampire novels Pretty When She Dies and The Tale of the Vampire Bride and the young-adult zombie novelThe Living Dead Boy and the Zombie Hunters. Inspired to independently produce her work from the urging of her fans, she self-published The First Days in late 2008 and quickly gathered a cult following. She won the Dead Letter Award back-to-back for both The First Days and Fighting to Survive, the former of which the Harrisburg Book Examiner called 'one of the best zombie books of the decade.' She has recently been picked up by a major publisher.