How To Create, Publish, and Sell Ebooks 2012 Workshop $ March 22 4pm #mwn


Thursday, March 22, 2012, 4:00 PM

Detroit TechTown

440 Burroughs Street, Detroit, MI (edit map)

Price: $40.00/per person

Refund policy

E-Books ARE The Wave of The Future! Are You Ready For the Digital Revolution? In 2012, you can take your literary project to Web2.0 and explode your platform to a new level. EBooks (Electronic books) are selling more than paperbacks and you need to get your book on the World Wide Web in digital format. It’s not just about changing your paperback to a digital format, but understand how to get your work in front of the eyes that you want to read your work takes just as much work. Are you ready for 2012? Would you like a different way of selling your books?

Learn How to Create, Publish & Market Your Ebooks! Limited Seating | Vending & Sponsorship available


For more information, please call, 313.289.8614 or email


This event is hosted by Motown Writers Network. Your source to every literary Michigan. What you always wanted to know about Ebooks but didn’t know what to ask… In this workshop you will discover how to create, publish and sell ebooks on the Internet. (Even some offline tips as well) Master the possibilities of making disposable income without leaving your home! Facilitator: Sylvia Hubbard ( Founder of Motown Writers Network and The African American Electronic Literary Network, Ms. Hubbard has worked tirelessly in the Michigan Literary Community to educate and connect writers and readers for almost over 10 years. She’s produced over 10 e-books with more to come in the upcoming year. Related Sites:


All Registrants will receive a resource download.

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