This workshop is popular with libraries. Quense has presented it in Cresskill, Hawthorne, Bergenfield and Maywood. He will give it Englewood in October. Several other libraries are considering it for their Fall programs and it will be given in September in Well Read Bookstore in Hawthorne
He recently started a new lecture series on self-publishing. This two-part lecture isn’t a how-to. Rather, the seminars discuss issues to be addressed, decisions that have to be made and areas that must be researched by authors. The intent of the seminars is provide knowledge that will be useful to those interested in self-publishing. This knowledge will also be helpful in making their budgeting decisions.
Part One addresses self-publishing and Part Two discusses marketing and selling the self-published book. It has been given in the Cresskill Library and is scheduled for the Oradell Library on July 30 and August 6.
Meanwhile, Quense is putting the finishing touches on his newest novel, Falstaff’s Big Gamble which will be available in the Fall. He is revising another, Wotan’s Dilemma, a retelling of the ancient Rhinegold myth as a scifi tale and hopes to publish it before the end of the year. He has also started work on the third book in his Zaftan Trilogy.
Hank Quense is the author of twelve books including Build a Better Story which is the basis of Create a Short Story. He also has over forty short stories published in a variety of markets and publications.
His novels and collections include Tales from Gundarland and two books of the Zaftan Trilogy, Zaftan Entrepreneurs and Zaftan Miscreants.
For more information on Hank's works go to his website http://strangeworldsonline.com
His blog is at: http://hank-