The Hanover Book Festival


 
2014 Book Festival

SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 2014
Open to the Public 10AM - 2PM


AT THE LIBERTY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL GYMNASIUM
8094 LIBERTY CIRCLE, MECHANICSVILLE, VA

Attention Authors!

If you would like to participate in the 2014 Hanover Book Festival, click on the link below to download the registration form for your space. You can reserve a 6' X 8' space and bring your own table ($15), reserve a half of a table and share a provided 8' table with another author ($30), or reserve a full 8' table ($45). For a space or table located along a wall (providing access to electrical outlets) there is an additional $5 fee.

 REGISTRATION FORM

 

--UNDER CONSTRUCTION--

CHECK BACK FOR LIST OF WORKSHOPS BEING OFFERED AND FOR REGISTRATION FORM - TO BE POSTED SOON!

WORKSHOPS:
(TO BE POSTED SOON!)

 

 

  • Choose only 1 Workshop, Pay $25;
           
  • Choose any 2, Pay $35;
       
  • Choose any 3, Pay $45;
          
  • Choose any 4, Pay $50;
       
  • Choose any 5, Pay $55.
        
 The more you choose, the better the bargain! 

Following the list below, click on the link for the registration form. Below the link, scroll down to learn more about the presenters and their topics.


"Working With An Editor: The Editing Process" presented by April Michelle Davis, Editor, Editorial Inspirations
45 minute workshop 

Genealogy
50 minute workshop

"Publishing Panel" presented by "Virginia Romance Writers" published authors comparing different publishing options
45 minute discussion and Q&A panel


  
REGISTRATION FORM TO BE POSTED SOON
 

 

 

JoAnn Meaker's first book, Images of America: Ontario, was published by Arcadia Publications in 2007 and features over 200 pages of images from the history of the town of Ontario, New York in Wayne County. JoAnn grew up in Brooklyn and on Long Island, lived in Ontario for almost 30 years, and recently moved to Virginia. A retired teacher, she also volunteered for many years with the town of Ontario's Historical Society and was the organization's president for six years where she learned to love history, especially the years of the civil war, having organized several re-enactments at the Society's Heritage Squire Museum. While doing research for her second book, My Dear Emma, she traveled to many of the Civil War sites mentioned in the book, searched museums, libraries, spoke with town historians, and spent hours on the internet. She loves to read, research the family history, and do needle craft. Spending time with the grandchildren is a joy, and teaching them to love history is a goal.

In her workshop, JoAnn will discuss

 

 

 

 

PUBLISHING PANEL:  The Virginia Romance Writers has put together a panel of authors offering a variety of opinions on the various publishing models available in today’s market including traditionally published, small press (e-book and print), and indie (self) published, covering just about every possible model.

Panelists are:

  • Diana Cosby, Best-selling author of historical romance. Traditionally published with Zebra Historical Romance, imprint of Kensington  http://dianacosby.com/

 

 

  • Denise Golinowski, Published in e-book, small press publisher, The Wild Rose Press http://denisegolinowski.blogspot.com/
 
   
  •     Terri Osburn, Debut release by Montlake Romance (Amazon.com) coming soon!  http://www.terriosburn.com/

 

Moderator:  Leah St. James, Published via small press (The Wild Rose Press, Edward Allen Publishing) and indie published  http://leahstjames.com

 

  
WORKING WITH AN EDITOR: THE EDITING PROCESS

    CLICK ON THE LOGO TO LEARN MORE ABOUT APRIL MICHELLE DAVIS.

 




The process of finding an editor can be daunting, and finding the right one even more of a challenge. From the viewpoint of an experienced editor, learn how to find and select a freelance editor. Discover how the editorial process works and what you can expect from working with an editor.

 

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