June 17, 2023 TPS–Landmarks On An Indie Publishing Journey, presented by Drema Deòraich
Presented by Drema Deòraich
June 17 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm EDT
You’ve decided to self-publish? Congratulations! There are so many ways to go indie it can be confusing! Learning even a little from someone else who’s done it can be validating and help ease the Fear of Things You Don’t Know. I’m happy to share what I’ve done, and perhaps help you find a path toward that goal, identifying the steps that best suit your abilities and needs. We’ll talk about business basics, costs and expenses to plan for, marketing without a budget, where and how to publish, and much more so you can engineer your own indie publishing journey.
Drema Deòraich is a writer of speculative fiction that asks big questions. Her short stories have been published in numerous online journals, as well as a few semi-professional zines. Her debut novel Entheóphage, is a medical sci-fi/climate fiction story, released on October 14, 2022. Chesapeake Style magazine reviewed it in their November 2022 issue. It also has been reviewed in various other places. She is still hard at work on her science fantasy trilogy, “The Founder’s Seed,” with plans to release book one later this year.
When she isn’t writing, she’s helping her legal-eagle boss to save the world one case at a time, petting her husband’s cats, or spending time in Nature, surrounded by flora and fauna.