Write Inspirational Books and Memoirs with Aquarius Press

Workshop Description

Learn how to write nonfiction works to inspire others, as well as yourself. An ideal workshop for teachers, spiritual leaders, business leaders, public speakers and those who want to tell their life stories to the world. Learn the basics of writing and breaking into print. Aquarius Press is an award-winning international publisher.

Facilitator Bio:

Heather Buchanan, M.A., owner of Aquarius Press, is a past winner of the MetroTimes' "Best Of: Literary" and the “Excellence in Publishing” award by the 8th Congressional District. Eyes on Fire: Witnesses to the Detroit Riot of 1967, is a national bestseller. Another bestselling book, Dark River, is a 2008 CBS Kindred Award nominee and part of the Burton Historical Collection. Her journal, Reverie: Midwest African American Literature, is listed as one of the top 25 in the country. A commissioned book, Creation Beliefs, is a part of the permanent “And Still We Rise” exhibit at the Charles H. Wright Museum. Ms. Buchanan is a professor at the University of Michigan-Dearborn and the College for Creative Studies. A former COO of the Wayne County Council for Arts and VP of the Great Lakes Independent Publishing Association, Aquarius Press is currently publishing several local poets and writers. The newest publication by Aquarius Press is It’s Worth the Struggle: Inspiration for Contemporary Writers (2008).

Publisher, Aquarius Press
Member, Publishers Marketing Association (PMA)
Founder, Independent Publishers of Michigan (IPM)
Reviewer, BlogCritics and MyShelf
State Board, American Association of University Women of Michigan
Member, Textbook & Academic Authors Association (TAA)
Author, Dark River: A Novel of Suspense