DigiCon – The ePublishing Revolution

eBook sales have increased more than 80-fold since 2002. There is no sign of this trend slowing.

Are you ready?

Beginning February 14, 2011, SavvyAuthors will host DigiCon: a free, online, week-long conference dedicated to helping authors refine their strategy to incorporate and capitalize on the aggressively emerging world of e-publishing. Join SavvyAuthors and more than 80 experts through panels, chats, Q&A’s, workshops, webinars, and pitching opportunities as they discuss craft, marketing, and techniques to sell your book in this growth market.

* Join editors from Samhain, Sourcebooks, and many others to learn how they successfully navigated the digital domain.

* Join agents for a view of current issues and advice in ebook sales and author career management.

* Join successful eBook authors who are in the midst of the revolution and share their expertise.

* Share your best sites and online tools in our “Best of the Web” sessions

Check out the great events, chats, workshop, prizes, and pitch opportunities below.


* Workshops

* Chat sessions & webinars

* Pitch opportunities

* Contests

* Raffles for craft books, critiques from authors and editors, and more.


* Current market trends in digital publishing

* State of the art technology in digital publishing

* Online marketing opportunities and pitfalls

* Backlist management and self-publishing

* What the eRevolution means for aspiring authors

* Craft sessions about plot, character, world building and more

* Best practices for developing the perfect pitches, queries and synopses

* Self-publication strategies and successes

* Tips from an Author Success Coach

* Best of Web information and tools

* and many more.

WHEN:    Feb 14, 2011 – Feb 20, 2011

Click here to register!
INSTRUCTOR:  Participating Publishers

* Lyrical Press

* Sourcebooks

* Samhain Publishing

* Dream Spinner Press

* Night Wolf Publications

* Carina Press

* Muse It Up Publishing

* Liquid Silver Press

* Ellora’s Cave

* Draumr Publishing

* Whispers Publishing

* Noble Romance Publishing

* Loose ID

* LL Publications

* Gypsy Shadow Publishing

* Wicked Nights Publishing

* Bluewood Publishing

* Renaissance Ebooks /Sizzler Publications

* Champagne Press

* Changeling Press

* Breathless Press

* Blue Ridge Literary Agency, LLC

* Books for a Buck

* Etopia Press

* and more…

Participating Authors

* Deborah Holland

* Jodi Henley

* Margot Kinberg

* LD Madison

* Gretchen Craig

* Terry Odell

* Angie Fox

* Janie Franz

* Robin Matheson

* Sandy Lender

* Desiree Holt

* Kayelle Allen

* Lakisha Spletzer

* Beth Daniels

* Suzanne Johnson

* Deborah Magnus

* Amber Kallyn

* Marcy Weydemuller

* Nancy J. Cohen

* Dee Lloyd

* Martha Warner

* Su Halfwerk

* Lucinda Schroeder

* Eileen Cook

* Caroline Clemmons

* Paty Jager

* Jane Toombs

* Jamison Wolf

* Renee Wilde

* Christine Amsden

* Flo Fitzpatrick

* D.B. Reynolds

* Alice Osborne

* Em Petrova

* Laurie Sanders

* Alan Nayes

* Susan Hanniford Crowley

* Laura Bickles

* and more…


All events will be held on the Savvy Authors website.  All events are free and open to Premium members as well as FREE Basic Members.


6 thoughts on “DigiCon – The ePublishing Revolution

    1. I’ve taken a few of the workshops. They’re fast and easy to follow and full of information. It’s also a good way to network with other romance writers. I actually like the deconstruction workshops. I don’t have a paid membership yet because I don’t have time to take full advantage of it but I may sign up in the future.

  1. It sounds like there will be something for everyone during this week. No doubt many will find this information helpful. Just imagine, by passing this information along, you might inform and nudge the next great indie author. Wouldn’t that be cool?! Wouldn’t that be even cooler if it was you or someone you know!?

    1. I won’t be me, for sure. I’m no where near ready to be published, but I can’t wait for Linda to launch her debut. I think Natasha is closer than I am too.

  2. Oh, this looks interesting! Thanks for the heads-up, Dayner. Is this primarily for romance writers? I’d love to learn more — I’m following Cathryn and Linda and their progress vicariously and with a cheerleading megaphone and pom-poms.

    I’m nowhere near finishing and publishing anything long — but I’m toying with trying to pull together a collection of shorts and get them out, more for the experience of going through the whole process than anything else.

    It’s gotta warm up some first though. I’m looking at the thermometer out on the deck — 22!! Of course, it’s 15 degrees colder – and lots of snow – in Boston so I’m not packing up to move back.

    But watch out, DS, especially if you are actually growing stuff right now. I may be on your doorstep one of these days if it doesn’t warm up here!

    1. I don’t think this is only for romance writers but I sure it will lean that way.
      It’s a balmy 70 degrees here, beautiful and sunny! Sorry I can’t share it with you.

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