Proud & Determined: A History of the Stockbridge Mohicans, 1734-2014.
How to Be Your Own Agent, Editor, Publicist and Publisher
Presenter: Thomas Cannon
Authors today often must be their own agent, editor, publicist and publisher. Get an overview of several tools available to writers, with demonstrations on word-processing, finding markets for your work, promotion and self-publishing. Thomas Cannon's story about his son is the lead story in the anthology Cup of Comfort for Parents of Children with Autism. He also has published poems and short stories. His self-published book is The Tao of Apathy.
Local Author Spotlight - Dixie Jarchow talks about plotting your novel.
Presenter: Dixie Jarchow (writes as Daisy Jerico)
You've got a great idea for a novel! Now what? Whether you are writing a romance or sci fi thriller, learn three different methods for plotting your book: the Snowflake Method, Mind Mapping and 250 Questions. Dixie is the award-winning author of The Love Thief and Burning Love.
Lori Bessler, Reference Librarian at the Wisconsin Historical Society Library & Archives, will be presenting a webinar on the Latter Day Saints "Familysearch.com" database. This is a recorded program so Lori will not be here to answer questions. Sponsored by the Winnebagoland Genealogical Society. Located in the lower level meeting room.