Title of Workshop
Electronic Books – understanding the upcoming wave of an almost paperless society and creating your own
Coordinator: Sylvia Hubbard
This session teach participants:
- What an e-book is
- Why they are so popular
- How to create their own – either from their own website or using other services online (Amazon-Kindle, Barnes&Noble-Nook and more).
The goal of this session is to understand the new digital technology and how e-books can be applied to assist in promoting ones brand, strengthening ones network and more.
Facilitated by Sylvia Hubbard, author and founder of Motown Writers Network and The AA Electronic Literary Network.
This session will be open to anyone interested in understanding the electronic book technology and how it will change the way we receive our information. We especially encourage business owners, educations and organizers to attend.
Bio of Facilitator:
Native Detroiter, Sylvia Hubbard, has been involved in selling and producing e-books for almost ten years. As a fiction writer, she started selling e-books before they became popular and had an early education on the technology and has had the benefit of watching the tremendous growth. She is founder of Motown Writers Network and The AA Electronic Literary Network, plus the author of over 14 books, including The Internet Marketing Guide for Writers & Businesses. Her website is: http://sylviahubbard.com.
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