Writers Working - Self-Publishing Simplified with Linden Gross
Monday, June 11
From manuscript to marketplace, Linden Gross will highlight the seven steps to successful self-publishing.
Topics covered by the Incubation Press panel include design, editing, formatting, production, distribution
and online promotion.
Please bring a page from a manuscript in progress. During this interactive seminar there will be time to
practice editing techniques.
Linden Gross, formerly special features editor for the Los Angeles Times Magazine and associate editor for
the Ladies' Home Journal, has ghostwritten two New York Times bestsellers in addition to co-writing or
writing a handful of other books and authoring To Have Or To Harm (Warner Books, 1994), the first book
ever written about the stalking of ordinary people.
Drawing on her editing and writing background, as well as her love and experience with teaching, Linden
also works as a writing coach to help other authors write their books. She helps them organize their time,
their thoughts and their material, and teaches them how to improve their writing. Finally, she edits chapter
by chapter. No wonder she calls her company the One Stop Writing Shop.
Linden recently launched Incubation Press to help authors self-publish their books. Authors can hire Linden
and her team for just one of their self-publishing steps or all seven. Either way, the goal is the same:
simplifying the often-confusing self-publishing process and empowering their authors along the way.