Learn How to Self-Publish Your Book
Longview Public Library has joined forces with Vikki Carter of SquishPen Productions in
partnership with Alan Rose of WordFest to present ways you can write and publish your own
book as part of our continuing effort to help local literary talent show what they can do!
January 8 for a panel presentation with three local authors who have successfully published
their work and plan to do even more.
These authors will be sharing their stories of self-publishing and give you the opportunity to ask
questions to help you get your own books or stories published. You can learn the ins and outs
and ups and downs of setting off on your own self-publishing adventure.
There will be two opportunities to attend the panel discussion on January 8, 2019:
3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. or 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Both sessions will take place in the Magazine Room of the Longview Public Library.
Meet the authors:
Denise Kawaii writes stories as she wanders through life, making odd observations as she goes.
Known as the Woman With a Thousand Hats, she published a memoir by the same name in
2017. In addition to writing about her life, she skips through genres with abandon. Her Sci-Fi
novel, Adaline, has consistently been listed on Amazon Kindle's bestseller list, and she's also
published novels in romance, medical fiction, psychological crime, and other genres.
Trish Heinrich has been obsessed with stories about female heroes ever since she put on her first
pair of Wonder Woman under-roos and spun around. She was one of the co-creators of the
super hero comedy web series “The Collectibles” and is a script consultant for projects in
development with Despot Media. Her first novel, “Serpent’s Sacrifice”, was published in 2017
and is the first book in the Superhero series, The Vigilantes. You can find her and her superhero
series, The Vigilantes, at www.trishheinrich.com
Lilly Robbins Brock has also written & published three nonfiction memoir/biographies to honor
three members of the Greatest Generation who served our country during World War II. Lilly
Robbins Brock was born in Olympia, Washington where her pioneer family homesteaded in the
late 1800s. She loves history and one of her passions has been researching her family tree.
Learning about the past lives of her hometown inspired Lilly to write Book One of her historical
fiction novel Intrepid Journey: An Untamed Frontier.
For more information on the authors, please visit their websites or contact Vikki Carter at
firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about the dates and times of the event, please call the
Longview Public Library at 360.442.5300 or log on to www.longviewlibrary.org.