Hoosier Indie Authors Book Fair at Honeywell on Small Business Saturday
Indie Authors Association Newsletter #4
Welcome to the Indie Authors Association (IAA) Newsletter #4. Thank you for taking your valuable time to read these updates. I hope you find them helpful.
Inaugural Hoosier Indie Authors Book Fair 2022—Small Business Saturday
We have confirmed the date and time for our first Hoosier Indie Authors Book Fair! It will be on Small Business Saturday—November 26, 2022, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. in the Legacy Hall at the Honeywell Center at 275 W Market Street, Wabash, Indiana.
Author registration is now open. The cost is $40 for an 8’ table or $20 for a shared table. To celebrate our first event, attending authors will receive a collectible Hoosier Indie Authors book bag and a one-year membership to the Indie Authors Association!
For more info about the event and to register, visit hoosierindieauthors.com. Questions? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taylor University’s Professional Writers Conference
It’s not too late to register for Taylor University’s Professional Writers Conference in Upland, Indiana, July 28-30, 2022. They have an advanced writer and teen track this year.
What is unique about this event is you can sign up to spend time with the presenters and ask them any questions. You can see a list of presenters and registration information at Taylorprofessionalwritersconference.weebly.com.
You can also consign your books to be sold during the event.
I have attended this conference before. It is packed with presentations to help hone your writing skills. You also learn what works from experts in the ever-changing publishing industry. I highly recommend this event for professional writers and aspiring indie authors.
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