Sash to Appear at Indie Authors Forum, March 8

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Sash will be at the Indie Authors Forum Riverside, CA, March 8, 2014, as part of an event held by Inlandia Institute, a group supporting indie authors in the Inland Empire area.

The event starts at at noon at the Arlington Branch Library in Riverside.

The Indie Authors Forum will feature a reading and panel discussion with local independent authors Deenaz P. Coachbuilder, Harki Dhillon and Joan Koerper, and a keynote address by Martin Lastrapes, winner of the Paris Book Festival Grand Prize for his best-selling novel. Too Much Tina Media will have an exhibitor table to assist indie authors with book publishing and marketing.

Martin Lastrapes has become a literary sensation with his debut novel, Inside the Outside, which is available on Amazon, where it has been a Horror best-seller. His writing has been published in various literary journals and websites, such as The Pacific Review and L.A. Voice. In 2004, he won awards for his short fiction from the Cal Poly Writer’s Conference, as well as the California Writer’s Club. Martin has worked with Too Much Tina Media on marketing his novel at numerous book events.

Along with exhibitor tables, this Indie Authors Forum will also include an open mic “Sound Bites” segment as well as book sales, signings and light refreshments. This event is free and open to the public, with a special invitation to indie authors, publishers, book makers, freelance editors, agents, etc.

Inlandia Institute
Indie Authors Forum
9556 Magnolia Avenue
Riverside, CA
Noon – 8pm, panel begins at 5pm

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Steve became a computer geek in 1981 when we got his first Radio Shack computer, but didn't start riding motorcycles until he entered college in 1984. Today, he's the website developer and content writer for Too Much Tina, and still loves riding motorcycles. Follow his travels on Google +.

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