Indie Author Day

October 8, 2016

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

During the Inaugural Indie Author Day on October 8, 2016, libraries from all across North America will host their own local author events with the support of the Indie Author Day team. In addition to these local programs, each library’s indie community will come together for an hour-long digital gathering at 2 pm Eastern featuring Q&A with writers, agents and other industry leaders. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity for libraries and authors to connect on both local and global levels!

Interested in finding out which libraries have already signed up to participate?

Of course, one of the greatest parts of Indie Author Day is the opportunity to meet and network with fellow members of the writing community. Meaningful friendships and business partnerships can be born at the library, so be sure to plan for some food, drink and fun as well.

Los Angeles Public Library’s Indie Author Day

LAPL offered presentations from industry leaders such as IBPA CEO Angela Bole and City Librarian of the Los Angeles Public Library John Szabo. The audience also heard and participated in Q&A with respected authors in the community such as best-selling author Maggie Marr.

Indie Author Conference & Showcase

Cuyahoga County Public Library’s free event promoted local authors who could sign and sell books and offered presentations and workshops for writers in the community.

Debbi Mack at Harford County Public Library

Harford County Public Library invited bestselling author Debbi Mack to speak and sign books at their SELF-e launch event.

BiblioTech's Indie Creator Day

Bexar County’s digital library, BiblioTech, hosted an educational event for their authors offering a presentation and Q&A session for dozens of attendees.

Victoria Noe at Local Author Event

SELF-e Ambassador Victoria Noe signed books alongside other local authors at her public library’s book signing event.

54 Things at 54 Olmsted

Author Dina Santorelli signs books at Scarsdale Public Library’s National Library Week event, which offered 54 different community engagement programs throughout the week.

Interested in hosting your own Indie Author Day?

Registration for the 2016 Indie Author Day is already closed, but please contact us to learn more about how you can get your library and community involved throughout the year.