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BookLife Indie Author Forum by Publishers Weekly

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BookLife by Publishers Weekly presents the first Indie Author Forum:Expert Advice on How to Self-Publish Your Book

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Join Publishers Weekly’s BookLife for a full-day virtual conferece designed for independent authors and devoted to the ever-expanding world of self-publishing.

Whether it’s cover design, mastering a social media presence, or working with an editor, we’ll explore the diverse landscape of indie authorship through panel discussions, presentations, and breakout sessions. Knowledgeable professionals will guide you through the process of claiming your space as an indie author so you can find the success your book deserves.

Thoughtful panels, discussions and breakout sessions will help attendees put an actionable plan together to be a successful author.

As an attendee your registration includes the opportunity to have your book featured in BookLife Indie Author Forum’s New Title Showcase. Powered by Combined Book Exhibit, this special virtual exhibit will be highlighted during the conference in its own room and will be made available on both the BookLife and Combined Book Exhibit websites through 2022.

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PWxyz LLC is a digital media assets company based in New York and the parent company of Publishers Weekly, its signature brand. Publishers Weekly is the international news platform of the book publishing industry. Founded in 1872 and published weekly since then, the magazine boasts 1.23 million social media followers; publishes 10 e-newsletters, BookLife (a semimonthly supplement), two blogs, a mobile edition, digital editions, apps and podcasts; and features a thriving website that reaches 14 million unique visitors annually.





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