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January 6, 2014

Self-Publishing as a Career

STRATHAM —Wiggin Memorial Library’s Teen Room is pleased to announce a Self Publishing as a Career Program will be offered on Wed., January 8, from 6:00-7:30 p.m.

Self-published authors Christopher Kellen and Ariele Sieling will be discussing the path to publishing, as well as related careers, and tips on achieving them. Christopher and Ariele will also help aspiring authors set expectations, choose where to begin, and learn strategies for success. The authors will also discuss their experiences with self-publishing, and how attendees can take control of their own literary future.

While this program is aimed at high school students, it is open to anyone interested in the topic. Wiggin Memorial Library asks for attendees to sign up at their website (library.strathamnh.gov), but walk-ins are more than welcome.

Questions can be sent via email to WML’s Teen Librarian, Lucia Von Letkemann at teens@wigginml.org, or call 603-772-4346.

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