Write a Business or Self-Help E-Book
Business & Technology
Every small (or large!) business owner needs an e-book in his or her arsenal. E-books are the perfect tool for:
It's not quite as easy as it seems, however, to write, publish, and distribute an e-book. Where do you start and how the heck do you get to a polished, accessible final product?
In this three-hour workshop, facilitated by Jess Hagemann of Cider Spoon Stories, you'll learn how to:
Note: This class will cover Amazon Kindle only, and may not be applicable to Barnes & Noble, iBook, or other e-book platforms. You do not need to have a book written to take this class; it is expected that you will apply what you learn in class on your own time.
Please bring a notebook/pen or charged laptop/tablet. Handouts and light refreshments provided.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Sharp Noggin is a residential shop-home in the Mueller development. There is plenty of free street parking, or take bus #37.
What's the refund policy?
All ticket sales are final. However, if you can't make class for any reason, feel free to transfer the ticket's value to a friend. Simply email Jess at firstname.lastname@example.org to let her know the name of the person attending in your stead.
All ages welcomeCancellation Policy
Jess Hagemann is an award-winning author and accomplished biographer. She owns and operates a ghostwriting business in Austin called Cider Spoon Stories, through which she helps seniors, veterans, small business owners, and others write the books they've always wanted to.