LocalLit 2018 - Celebrating Local Authors

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Please join us for the sixth annual LocalLit gathering at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library!

This year we'll welcome twenty-two local authors of fiction and nonfiction who will share their work, their processes, and their inspirations. Come support our talented neighbors and find out what's happening in the local literary community!

Sunday, December 16, 2018 from 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library
Second Floor - Room 225
150 E. San Fernando Street, San Jose, CA 95112

Featured Authors:

Check out the books the authors will be discussing before the event.  They're here!

Come find your next great read and discover local talent.

As always, this program is absolutely free! We hope to see you there.

In the Meantime...

Are you a writer who is published, wants to publish, or is just curious about the process? Check out some of our resources for writers!

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Pressbooks is a book creation software that allows you to easily create professional-looking books for print or eBook distribution. You don’t need to know anything about book design or ebook development: Pressbooks has been built to handle all the details for you, and let you focus on the writing.

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Submit your indie-published book here and you share your eBook(s) with patrons of SJPL and libraries throughout California. The best submissions are selected, featured, and promoted by Library Journal!

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BiblioBoard is an eBook platform that features independently published books that have been submitted through SELF-e. Check out the Indie California section for eBooks by California authors.

 

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This series of videos for indie authors was curated just for you by the editors at Indie Author Day. Each video features tips, tricks, and advice from professionals in the field of publishing.
 

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NaNoWriMo

November is National Novel Writing Month. Check out the NaNoWriMo website for even more resources for writers. It's not too late to get started on your novel!

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