Here is an event I am facilitating for www.bulabuka.co.za on the 23rd of September 2017.
Independently publishing a book in South Africa is an interesting phenomenon.
Since 2014 as BulaBuka.co.za, we’ve partnered with and assisted hundreds of authors to self-publish their books: celebrities, first time authors, prominent writers, pastors, historians and many others.
It brings us pleasure to bring #SelfPublishMe on the 23rd of September 2017. Self Publish Me It is a workshop + dialogue among self-published authors – the aspiring are very much welcome – on how to better self-publish and market their books.
Thanks to Standard Bank Incubator for powering us up and thus it takes place at the Standard Bank Incubator in Rosebank. It is a free event. RSVP here.
BulaBuka.co.za is a boutique publishing consultancy that assists independent authors produce (editing and proof reading), publish (layout design, ebook conversion and distribution to premium online stores such as Amazon, iBookstore, Kobo, Lulu) and market their works.
#SelfPublishMe will be facilitated by Bula Buka co-founder and four-time self-published author – Tiisetso Maloma.
Expect to have a dialogue with authors who are already doing it on their own.
N.B. Unfortunately this event isn’t for those looking for publishers to publish them. It is for those who want to do it on their own – and those doing it on their own – and seeking further insights on how to do it better.
Facilitator – Tiisetso Maloma
Tiisetso Maloma founded www.bulabuka.co.za with fellow author, Bonolo Rakumakoe in 2014. He has self-published published four books: The Anxious Entrepreneur, Forget the Business Plan Use this Short Model, Township Biz Fastrack and Tales of an African Entrepreneur.
- Producing a book (content, writing and editing)
- Publishing with little budget
- Publishing onto online stores (e.g. Amazon, iBooks and others)
- The book launch event
- Marketing a book (pre-release and post release marketing)
- What to do when your book isn’t selling
- Miscellaneous questions to be raised by the audience
Date: 23 September 2017, Saturday.
Venue: Standard Bank Incubator – Rosebank Johannesburg, 5 Cradock Avenue.
Times: Arrival and registration is at 9:30 am, workshop starts 10am and runs until 1pm (don’t be late).
Mode of transport: The venue is few metres from the Rosebank Gautrain Station, and is also accessible by taxi.
RSVP free: Quicket.
Host website: www.bulabuka.co.za
Host email: firstname.lastname@example.org