Join us on Friday, May 31, from 11 a.m. to noon in the Librarians' Lounge (booth 557) to learn more about the ongoing boom in self-publishing.
No doubt, it’s a question more and more librarians are hearing these days. “How do I go about publishing my book?” Author service provider Book Vine Press will be on hand in the lounge today to answer questions about its services, along with two of its authors. Scheduled to appear:
Leonard W. Heflich, an author with a passion for developing future leaders—and for food writing. His latest self-published book, Live as Long as You Dare: A Journey to Gain Healthy, Vibrant Years, combines those passions, offering readers simple, sustainable steps for living a longer and better life.
Gabriel Moran is professor emeritus of educational philosophy at New York University, has worked with the Roman Catholic Church's educational programs for more than fifty years. His latest self-published book, Missed Opportunities: Rethinking Catholic Tradition, is a dialogue between “the official teachings of the Roman Catholic Church, and the challenges the contemporary world.”