The inaugural Kanab Self-Publishing Seminar will be held on Saturday, March 7, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Old Barn Playhouse behind historic Parry Lodge in Kanab, Utah.

“This seminar is for anyone interested in self-publishing a book,” says seminar chairman Tony Schoenfeld. “From a family history memoir to a romantic murder mystery, the elements are all the same.”

Schoenfeld goes on to say a top-notch slate of presenters are lined up for the seminar, all of whom are traditionally-published and have now taken a self-publishing route. The information shared in this seminar will help any author follow their own path to a successful self-published destination.

The day will begin with USA Today bestselling author Karey White teaching the “Pros and Cons of Traditional vs. Indie Publishing.”

Then, Liz Adair, local award-winning author, will present “Editing to Achieve a Professional Product.”

Rachael Anderson, another USA Today bestselling author, follows with “Turning a Word Document into an E-book.”

Lunch at Parry Lodge is included. After lunch, a third USA bestselling author Heather B. Moore will teach how to “Hit the Top-100 Bestselling Categories.”

Award-winning St. George based author Julie Wright will present “Marketing and Building an Online Presence.

The afternoon will conclude in a Question and Answer session with a panel of all the presenters.

A scenic local hike is also scheduled on Friday, March 6, for interested attendees.

The cost of the seminar is $40. Please register online at: www.kanabwritersconference.com

This event is sponsored by the Council for Education, Business and the Arts (CEBA) and the Kanab Tourism Council. It will be a terrific, economical opportunity for an author to hasten their journey into self-publishing.