Salon at Phillips' Mill - Self-Published Fiction
Discussion with Self-Published Authors
This is the third in our popular series of literary/artistic Salons at Phillips’ Mill. The theme is self-published fiction.
“Self-publishing has become an integral part of the publishing industry,” says John McDonnell, host of the series, “and this salon will showcase some of the amazing local authors who have embraced this new era of publishing. They will read selections from their work, and their books will be available for purchase. Additionally, there will be a panel discussion about the self-publishing experience, offering valuable insight and information to anyone interested in self-publishing their fiction.”
There is limited space available, so those interested in attending are encouraged to sign up. This event is the perfect opportunity to meet local authors, discover new works of fiction, and learn more about the self-publishing process.
The Salons at Phillips’ Mill are a tribute to the great salons of Paris, London, and New York in the 19th century, providing a platform for creative individuals to share their ideas, talent, and work in a friendly atmosphere. To stimulate discussion each salon will have a performance or reading, followed by snacks and mingling (bring your own food and drinks, alcoholic or otherwise, if you desire!).
For more information please contact host John McDonnell at email@example.com.
Future salons are planned for storytelling, fiction, poetry, and more. Mark April 25 on your calendar and come out for another great evening at Phillips’ Mill.
John McDonnell is a novelist, playwright, and short story writer who lives in Doylestown. He has published 24 books of fiction, and his plays have been featured at theaters in New Mexico, Alabama, Washington, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. John founded The Playwrights’ Bridge, a theater workshop in Bucks County, and he has connected with hundreds of theater artists through it.