Self-publishing and e-publishing forum at RMIT


Tonight, 21 August 2013, I’m talking at RMIT with fellow Melbourne author Darrell Pitt at a Q&A-style forum hosted by broadcaster and creative writing teacher Sian Prior. The subject: self-publishing and e-publishing.

For those who land here after seeing me onstage, or who might be doing some preliminary research, I’ve collected a few posts on writing and self-publishing that have appeared here over the years:

Looking at that last post, you might wonder—where can I get this book of yours? And the answer is that right now, you can’t get it anywhere. As you might hear or have heard me discuss this evening, there’s a legal issue involving the book, which may require me to censor some of it, that I’m currently receiving advice on. Such is the lot of the indie author, who bears responsibility for everything to do with their own book, from writing it all the way down to marketing and legal matters.

Until that matter’s resolved to my satisfaction, the thing to do is subscribe to my sporadic email newsletter below or using this link. (All self-published authors should have a newsletter!) Then you’ll get a message letting you know as soon as Kiss Me, Genius Boy goes back on sale.

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Author: Ben Hourigan

Ben Hourigan is a novelist from Melbourne, Australia. His books Kiss Me, Genius Boy and My Generation’s Lament are Amazon category bestsellers, and are available wherever good books are sold online. Ben also works as an editor, copywriter, and self-publishing consultant at his own firm, Hourigan & Co. For news and book release updates, sign up to his email newsletter.