San Francisco, California – “How to Create and Market a Children’s Book App,” is a one day intensive workshop for aspiring authors and illustrators seeking to successfully publish and market their own digital titles. The $99 workshop will be presented on Saturday, October 27, 2012, in San Francisco by Karen Robertson, author of the award-winning and internationally-acclaimed App Store “Top 5” download “Treasure Kai and the Lost Gold of Shark Island,” as well as “The Author’s Guide to Book Apps” and “How to Market a Book App.”

Karen will guide attendees from manuscript to published book app in her fun and easy-to-understand, step-by-step process that has brought numerous other titles to realization and success in the App Store.

Joining Karen is a who’s-who line-up of world-renowned and prolific Children’s book and app authors and consultants, including:
* Marsha Diane Arnold, published author of 11 picture books and international speaker and writing workshop leader,
* Alex Beard, painter and author of the critically-acclaimed, best-selling “Tales From the Watering Hole” collection,
* Melissa Northway, Author of the award-winning story book app and book “Penelope the Purple Pirate,” and
* Carisa Kluver, founder of DigitalStorytime, the internet’s leading review and daily deal website about the best kid’s iPad book apps.

Seth Socolow, Founder of the San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago App Shows, the nation’s preeminent series of tech development and launch events that has brought countless ground-breaking apps to market, will moderate a panel of these gifted authors, entitled “The 5 Things I Wish I’d Known.”

“How to Create and Market a Children’s Book App” provides step-by-step and proven processes covering concept and content creation to implementation and launch with key outcomes covering understanding the difference between eBooks and Book apps as the best format for your work to budgeting, marketing and legal rights and issues.

This seminar will also provide unprecedented networking opportunities for authors, creators and artists who are in need of talent and partners in order to bring their titles to a successful reality.

What: “How to Create and Market a Children’s Book App,” produced by RipplFX Mobile Media, a leading developer of children’s books, games and entertainment apps.
When: Saturday, October 27, 2012, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Citizen Space, 425 2nd St, San Francisco, CA 94107
Cost: $99.00 – Lunch will be provided.

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RipplFX, Inc. is a mobile media company that produces interactive storybooks on multiple platforms for iPad, iPhone, and Android. RipplFX’ professional team of producers, illustrators, and animators craft their products to enhance interactivity in storytelling to create an engaging learning experience. Using a proprietary development system, RipplFX builds quality and affordable apps for authors and publishers. Copyright (C) 2012 RipplFX, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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