Self-Publishing for Family Historians - A Half-day Course on 8 February 2020

You have written your family history - or you are in the process of writing it - or maybe you are just starting out. So, what happens when you have finished writing?

Self-publishing offers many easily-accessible options for the family historian. It enables you to produce just a few books for the immediate family. It can also enable you to plan for a wider audience.

In this half-day course Patsy Trench covers both these options for publishing print books and e-books, including:

- How to go about it;

- How to do it yourself or find others to do it for you;

- How and where to distribute your book.

Patsy Trench is a writer and self-publisher. The course is based on her experience of self-publishing two books: ‘The Worst Country in the World’, Book One of a family history trilogy, describes her ancestress who emigrated from Dorset to New South Wales in 1801; ‘A Country To Be Reckoned With’ tells the story of great-great-grandfather, G. M. Pitt, a pioneer farmer and stock and station agent in Australia.

A half-day course on  Saturday, 8 February (10:30-13:00), price £20.00/£16.00 SoG members. Places should be pre-booked, through our website or by telephone: 020 7251 8799 (Tue-Thu & Sat). Do you have a question? email the events department.

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