What’s the difference between independent publishing, traditional publishing, and hybrid publishing? How do you decide which one to choose?
In this presentation, Publishing Options: How to Choose the One for You, you’ll learn the pros and cons of each path so you can make the best choice for your publication strategy.
Lynn Kinnaman has experience in several different publication paths. She’s been published in fiction and nonfiction, both traditionally and independently. In her day job, she works with writers and small business owners to manage their marketing, create websites, and devise publication strategies. She also continues to publish her own books.
More about Lynn Kinnaman
Lynn Kinnaman has been published in fiction and nonfiction, traditionally and independently and she also is in the business of building websites building websites, teaching social media skills, and marketing strategies.
Lynn’s first writing job was is 1975 as a photojournalist for Cycle News, a weekly paper covering off-road racing in Southern California.
Since then, she’s published articles in magazines such as Big Sky Journal, Midwest Art, Sunset Magazine and Highlights for Children, won awards from the Montana Institute of the Arts, was president of Montana Authors Coalition and founded the Big Sky Chapter of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
Lynn was a Book Project Manager for three cookbooks and Editor/Contributing Writer for Yellowstone Country, GoldWest Country, Russell Country and Missouri River Country Travel Guides.
Her book credits include Camping in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming (first edition), Southwest Montana Auto Adventures, Skinny Budget Marketing, Paying Forward, Divorce is not Destiny and several novelettes. She’s contributed to two Chicken Soup for the Soul books and has a story in the Anthology of Cozy Noir, contributed to We’d Rather Be Writing, and 21 Days of Christmas.
Lynn has organized and hosted the Get Published Conference for the last eight years. Her writing website is LynnKinnaman.com.
When not writing, building websites or organizing promotions, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, cooking dishes that sometimes requires chasing down exotic ingredients, fermenting kombucha and other delicacies, and venturing forth to find her own adventures in her travel trailer accompanied by her canine companion, a sweet Havanese named Trixie. Trixie is a registered Therapy Dog with Intermountain Therapy Animals, participating in the R.E.A.D. program, where children read to her at the library.
This conference is jam-packed with so much you can use as a writer, you don’t want to miss a thing! Register today!