Connie King - The Art of Getting Published

You have that manuscript in hand (or the vision of it!) ... now what? Connie King has a proven track record with helping authors turn their great ideas and literary prose into a finished book. She has a wealth of knowledge on topics that include keys to understanding print-on-demand publishing, file prep for production, the importance of good editing and design, how to acquire ISBNs/copyrights/LCCNs, choosing a printer, e-books or print, distribution, seller commissions, and marketing — the basic 101 of self-publishing.

Connie King has loved books and art since joining the fans of Pooh Bear, Babar, and Dr. Seuss as a child. Her career began with a children’s book publisher and transitioned to graphic design for exhibitions and marketing at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, consulting with other Bay Area museums, and design, writing, and publishing for North Bay businesses and writers. Her book design and publishing services for local authors include Rim of the World by Robert Scarola, Mapping the Sea Ranch by Phil Graf, Wild Solitude by Lorraine Lipani, and The Happy Book by students at Horicon Elementary School.