The Art of Publishing

Helen Baggott


Region:
South West
Notice Period:
Emergency (maybe less than one week's notice)
Type:
Author & Researcher
Fee:
Paid: Dependent on group and location
Category:
Media
Updated:
12th January 2020
Tagged:
Writing | Books Writing | Publishing | Self-Publishing

Drawing on her experiences as a freelance editor, Helen explains how to turn a dream of seeing a book in print into a reality. Whether you hope to have your book traditionally published or want to take control of the project yourself, Helen will present all the options available and explain how to avoid the pitfalls of vanity publishers.

Many authors struggle with marketing and this talk will highlight the opportunities that can lead to strong sales.

This talk can be tailored to a group's specific interests.

Helen has helped hundreds of authors achieve their goal of being published. She has also worked with groups on community projects, raising money for good causes. This includes anthologies of fiction, local history projects, etc.

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About Helen Baggott

Helen Baggott grew up in Swanage. Although she no longer lives in the seaside town, home is still in Dorset.

She is a freelance editor and writer. She particularly enjoys social history and local history and has written for local magazines.

Her most recent project is researching the stories behind postcards sent more than 100 years ago. The first collection of stories has been published in Posted in the Past.

"I was enthralled by the social history that you extracted from the cards: so many stories hinted at by so few words, and all waiting to be uncovered by sympathetic and subtle research." R.R., Wimborne


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