Thursday 18 February: Tweet Us Up!
- Time: 3 p.m. Eastern / 8 p.m. GMT /noon Pacific
- Hashtag: #SELFeChat about @LibrarySELF-e
- Hosted by: @Porter_Anderson
- Featured Guests: @akmakansi, @Victoria_Noe, @debbimack & @ajeklof
How do librarians see the new discovery platform SELF-e from Library Journal and BiblioBoard?
And what direction is SELF-e helping librarians take their evolving work in the communities they serve today?
Are you a self-publishing author or independent publisher who’d like to know more about SELF-e? Are you a librarian interested in the program with its Indie Anthologies and Library SELF-e Select curation?
Join us each “Third Thursday” at 3 p.m. ET, 8 p.m. GMT, noon PT for a live chat, hosted by journalist Porter Anderson and featuring author guests Amira Makansi of the Seeds Trilogy, Victoria Noe of the Friend Grief Series, New York Times Best Selling mystery author Debbi Mack and librarian Ashley Eklof of Bexar County’s digital library, BiblioTech. Our next one is this Thursday (18 February) and we’d love to have you come along. Ask questions and discuss the trends with us.
It’s our new monthly series of Twitter chats designed to get you info you need about the program and let you meet some of the folks who are best-acquainted with it.
Here’s a story on the SELF-e Indie California collection, among the country’s very biggest and most active. And here are interviews from Library Journal with 2015 self-publishing award-winning authors J.K. Ulrich and Angela Quarles.
Remember, as long as your ebook is in English, you can submit to SELF-e from anywhere in the world to get your title evaluated for the vast U.S. library system, free of charge.
Just hashtag the conversation #SELFeChat and join us, we’ll be glad to have you with us.
Tweet you then!
Want to know more about how SELF-e is getting self-published authors and independent publishers’ work into the U.S. library system right now? Here’s where to start.