Self-Publishing Tips

As a part of The Big Read, the Massillon Public Library invites aspiring authors to discover tips about publishing your writing as authors Faryl and S.T. Hoover host a Zoom Meeting on Wednesday, August 12, at 6:30 p.m. The hosts will speak about the ins and outs of self-publishing.

S.T. Hoover was born and raised in Southern California. He enjoys writing books packed with variety and genre-bending plots. His first book, Michael Ridding, is the first volume of a pentalogy meant to serve as the backbone of a shared literary universe. When not writing, he enjoys reading, traveling and researching the next book. Faryl, who is from Ohio, specializes in psychological horror and dark fantasy short stories, but also has several novels in progress.

Registration is required and begins at 8:00 a.m. on July 27 and closes at 11:59 p.m. on August 10. For more information or to register for this free program, contact Laura Klein at 330-832-9831, x319.

The Big Read is a community reading program focused on a single book. This National Endowment for the Arts initiative, in partnership with Arts Midwest, supports community reading programs across the country. Massillon Museum and its amazing community partners, including the Massillon Public Library, create
innovative and critical programs highlighting the book themes, and exposing participants to new genres and ideas. The selected book is offered to the community for free so that many can participate. This year’s book selection is Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant? by Roz Chast.

The Massillon Public Library is located at 208 Lincoln Way East, and the Second Street entrance is handicapped accessible. The Massillon Public Library is proud to be an independent library system since 1899. We partner with other libraries statewide to fulfill your needs! We have four locations to serve you – our Main location in downtown Massillon, our Bookmobile, and our branch locations in Brewster and Navarre.