Whether it's that sci-fi novel your uncle's writing or that West Wing fan fiction you've been kicking around in your head, most people feel like they have a book in them. Some people believe they're artists, making ends meet at that cubicle-bound day job while the creative urge comes to a boil inside them, while others have a cozy spot where they curl up around a laptop and peck away at the keyboard.
Whatever your brand of writer you are, if you want people to read what you write, the world of e-publishing is an area of growing interest. And the Ada Community Library is here to help you get your novel or short story collection off the ground.
As part of its Be a Purple Cow series, which is designed to help Boiseans promote themselves, the Ada Community Library's Victory Branch is hosting From Fantasy to E-Book, a class that will help Boiseans with novel (pun intended) ideas turn them into e-print, at 6:30 p.m.
Learn the basics of pitching to e-publishers and hear an excerpt from presenter Chris Hollaway. Like so much in the e-publishing world, the event is free.