In Conversation with Joanna Penn
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In Conversation with Joanna Penn

In Conversation with Joanna Penn

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Queensland Writers Centre

Level 2, State Library of Queensland

Stanley Place

South Brisbane, QLD 4101

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NY Times & USA Today best-seller Joanna Penn in conversation with Rachel Amphlett & Belinda Pollard

Join self-publishing success, Joanna Penn, whose blogs have been voted among the Top 10 for writers and self-publishers, as she chats with Amazon best-seller Rachel Amphlett and Belinda Pollard, writer, editor and publisher, about the secrets of success in self-publishing.

In the first part of this session, Joanna will give a short presentation on her journey from Brisbane in 2006 to where she is now and talk about current self-publishing opportunities. Joanna will then be joined by Rachel and Belinda for a panel discussion. The second hour will be comprised of a 30-minute audience Q&A, followed by a 30 minute informal chat with individual audience members.

About Joanna Penn

Joanna Penn is a New York Times - and USA Today - bestselling author of thrillers under JF Penn. She also writes inspirational non-fiction for authors and is an award-winning creative entrepreneur and international professional speaker. Her site, TheCreativePenn.com, is regularly voted one of the top 10 sites for writers and self-publishers.

About Rachel Amphlett

Rachel Amphlett's independent publishing output includes crime, espionage and romance thrillers. She is also an experienced tutor and public speaker.

About Belinda Pollard

Belinda Pollard is a writer, book editor, publishing consultant and tutor. Her debut novel Poison Bay was awarded a Varuna Fellowship and an IPPY Silver Medal, and is shortly to be realeased in German.

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