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Book Distribution for Self-Publishing Authors

In the midst of a global pandemic, the publishing industry is rapidly changing. Authors and indie publishers are perfectly poised to not only face our current challenges in the marketplace but to thrive. In this webinar with self-publishing expert Robin Cutler, you will learn about:

  • current self-publishing trends and best practices for distribution
  • the keys to wider distribution with Ingram and IngramSpark
  • using metadata to be successful

The presentation will be followed by a Q&A with Robin.


Register to Attend This Event

Registration closes 2 hours before the start of this event. You must register to attend.

Nonmembers may attend up to two free Professional Editors Network meetings before becoming a member. However, PEN members have priority in attendance. All members who register will receive access to the interactive Zoom session, but registered nonmembers may receive a view-only livestream link if we cannot accommodate you in Zoom.

When you register, you will receive an immediate confirmation email indicating when you will receive the meeting link. If you registered but cannot find your confirmation email, or if you have any questions about this event, contact info@pensite.org.

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Date

March 9, 2021

Time

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1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Location

Online Event
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Speaker

  • Robin Cutler
    Robin Cutler

    Robin Cutler is the president of LMBPN Worldwide Publishing as well as the CEO of HowToPublishBooks.com, a consulting service for indie authors and publishers. Robin both created and led the development of IngramSpark, an international, award-winning self-publishing platform, from 2013 to 2020. She has published over one thousand books as assistant director at USC Press and CEO and founder of her trade imprint, Summerhouse Press. Robin also worked for Amazon/CreateSpace for six years. She has in-depth knowledge of indie, academic, and trade publishing and is an expert in content creation, distribution, on-demand models, and author strategies.