Alternative Reads: Discovering and Sharing Great Indie Fiction Books with Your Patrons
From PLA:Join us for a trip off the beaten path. This engaging, one-hour webinar will feature the latest books from small and independent presses, hybrid-publishers, and self-published works. The proliferation of small publishing houses as well as the increasing numbers of self-published authors has lead to an unprecedented number of indie books. Help your readers sort through the onslaught by learning about great reads from this newly explosive area of publishing. Our expert readers' advisors will guide you to undiscovered choice picks and great resources for you and your patrons.
Dedra Anderson, district trainer, Douglas County (Colo.) Libraries
After working in both circulation and reference, Dedra became district trainer in 2006. She is also the web mistress of two readers' advisory websites: TheRomanceReader.com and TheMysteryReader.com. In her spare time she likes reading serial killers and Tudor history-but not in the same book.
Lisa Casper, program liaison, Douglas County (Colo.) Libraries, Highlands Ranch Library
Lisa graduated from University of Denver in the field of mass communications. She works Highlands Ranch Library bringing in/running programs, author events, working with local self-published authors, and doing book talks/readers' advisory. She also helps host author events at the Tattered Cover Book Store.
Date & Time
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
2:00-3:00 PM Eastern
PLA Personal Member: $28.00
ALA Personal Member: $31.50