Writers learn about e-publishing

Wells Gray Country Seniors’ Writers’ Circle hosted Kevin Bryant, owner and manager of Media Esteem Business Services in Barriere

Sandra Holmes

On Thursday, Sept. 20, Wells Gray Country Seniors’ Writers’ Circle hosted Kevin Bryant, owner and manager of Media Esteem Business Services in Barriere.

He was invited to give a talk about e-publishing. Bryant clearly explained about the process of publishing on the Internet. He spoke about the many options for publishing and the variety of topics one must consider when looking for a publisher. Kevin explained about copyright and marketing published work.

He talked about the services his business provides. Among other tasks, he is creating a website that promotes local authors (go to www.mediaesteem.com to view what he is doing}.

 

All at the meeting learned a lot and were grateful for Kevin’s generosity in attending the meeting and providing information about this fast paced and interesting technology.

 

 

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