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Stories To Tell Editors Answer Author Questions at Wordstock
Editors Nancy and Biff Barnes of Stories To Tell will offer free consultations to authors at the Wordstock Book and Literary Festival in Portland, Oregon, Saturday and Sunday, October 13-14.
With the boom in self-publishing and e-books authors need answers: how to work with editors and book designers, who should print or publish their books, and how to market their books.
“Bring us your draft manuscript, finished or unfinished,”
Stories To Tell, an author services firm founded by Nancy Barnes, provides manuscript evaluations, editing, book design and publishing consulting services. “We help authors to choose the best publishing strategy for their books, so that they don’t pay for services they don’t need,” said Barnes. “We also help them prepare their manuscript for submission to a publisher or agent. If the author is self-publishing, we help with every step – editing, design, and publishing.”
The Festival runs from 9:00 a. m to 6:00 p.m. at the Oregon Convention Center and features presentations by individual authors and panels, and 125 exhibitors. Ticket information is available on the Festival website. Authors can meet with the editors at the Stories To Tell booth #816.
For more information about how Stories To Tell helps authors, visit the company’s website at http://www.StoriesToTellBooks.com.
For more information about the Wordstock Book and Literary Festival, visit the Festival website at http://www.wordstockfestival.com.