Writing and Publishing Books for Profit

Writing and Publishing Books for Profit

Monday, February 11, 2019 9:00am to 12:00pm
No-cost

Writing a book is a fun and rewarding thing to do. Many first-time writers just start writing with their primary emphasis on content, style, grammar, etc. Little initial consideration is paid towards writing in a manner that will lead to getting their book published and hopefully getting paid for it. Consequently, many good books never get published and many potential associated new businesses never occur. This class focuses on the practical considerations associated with writing a book that will ultimately be published and financially successful (and create new businesses). Victor Johnson (Vic) has written seven highly acclaimed books. He has about 6000 readers. Additionally, he owns a publishing company which has given him a good understanding of the practical aspects of publishing and marketing books for profit. The course is designed for people that want to understand the details essential for successful writing, publishing and marketing of books. See www.engineeringpathways.com (EP Press Tab) for information on his books and publishing firm.Instructions:

There is a parking lot at this location.

Cancellation Policy For No-Cost Workshops: If you are registered for a class and are unable to attend, please notify the Small Business Development Center at 925-671-4570 as soon as possible as other applicants may be waitlisted. Attendee substitutions can be made at any time and at no cost. The following cancellation/rescheduling policy applies to all classes unless noted otherwise. Contra Costa SBDC reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a workshop due to insufficient enrollment.

Oscar Dominguez
(925) 671-4515
Concord East Bay Works
4071 Port Chicago Hwy Suite 250
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Funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA or HSU Sponsored Programs Foundation.