Young authors David & Laura T. Lee (inspires others to write)

David T. Lee (15 year-old of 5 books, published a 4,500-word sci-fi at 7); Laura T. Lee (13 year-old of 2 novels, published a 62,000-word novel at 10)

Authorpreneur’s Talk: What You Can Learn About Writing, Publishing and Promotion

Written By: Books R Fun - Nov• 15•17

An entrepreneur MEETUP event organized by Shrewsbury Public Library this Thursday (6:30 to 8:00PM) hosted by Priya Rathnam (Assistant Library Director). Please join us if you are interested in learning about Writing, Publishing and Promotion. https://www.meetup.com/Krosslink-Shrewsbury-MA-Library/events/244939547/

Authorpreneur’s Talk: What You Can Learn About Writing, Publishing and Promotion

Thursday, Nov 16, 2017, 6:30 PM

Shrewsbury Public Library
609 Main Street Shrewsbury, MA

8 Entrepreneurs Attending

While most 7-year-olds explore the entrepreneurial world by having a lemonade stand, David T. Lee had written and published a book at age 7! He is now 14 years old and has written and illustrated 5 children’s science fiction chapter books.Inspired by her brother, 12-year old Laura T. Lee has also written and published two young adult novels. You c…

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Authorpreneur’s Talk: What You Can Learn About Writing, Publishing and Promotion

Hosted by Priya R.

From Krosslink @ Shrewsbury-MA Library

Details

While most 7-year-olds explore the entrepreneurial world by having a lemonade stand, David T. Lee had written and published a book at age 7! He is now 14 years old and has written and illustrated 5 children’s science fiction chapter books.

Inspired by her brother, 12-year old Laura T. Lee has also written and published two young adult novels. You can read more about this dynamic duo’s journey into the publishing world on David’s blog, http://infomages.com/booksrfun/ .

At this meeting, David, with his father, guide and mentor, Sam Lee, and his sister, Laura, will talk about the following:

• writing and illustrating your book

• self-publishing vs. traditional publishing

• royalty and copyright – print vs. ebooks

• publicity and marketing

• selling products and services based on your book

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