CAPA Events

CAPA Central Chapter will be returning to in-person meetings at the Avon Senior Center starting with May 21. It will also be accessible virtually.

We thank all our members for being flexible during this time. Please refer to your email, the private Facebook group, or the Authority for members-only links to attend virtually.

CAPA has three different chapters/meeting locations. Particularly while meetings are virtual, members are welcome and encouraged to participate in all meetings.

CAPA Southwest meetings are the second Monday of each month at 6:30pm
CAPA Central meetings are the third Saturday of each month at 10:30am
CAPA Southeast meetings are the third Monday of each month at 6:30pm

Have questions? Reach out to us HERE.

Monday, May 9

6:30 pm- Virtual only

Common Mistakes Made by Self-Publishing Authors, by April Cox 

The author covers the process of self-publishing and whether it is right for you. April has created a step-by-step program to publish a quality book. And she shares with you how to do it and create a passive income, too.

     April Cox is the award-winning author and founder/CEO of Little Labradoodle Publishing with a background in IT and business management. The little Labradoodle series of eight books including three picture books and five coloring/activity books. She provides coaching, publishing services and freelance consulting to clients. She has also created, Self-Publishing Made Simple Program which has successfully brought hundreds of authors through the self-publishing process.

She can be contacted at

Saturday, May 21

10:30 ~ In Person with Virtual Access
Avon Senior Center. Masks required.

Editor Panel
with Roberta Buland and Eileen Albrizio

Editors are more than proofreaders. They represent the eye and ear of the reader. Your editor is your partner, working with you as a team, aiming to put out the best product possible, so it will reach and embrace your target audience. Join veteran editors Roberta Buland and Eileen Albrizio as they share with you the ins and outs of editing and answer your questions about how hiring an editor can be one of the best decisions you’ll make before publishing your book.

Monday, May 16

6:30 pm– Virtual only

Marketing on a Budget – Get the Most Buzz for Your Bucks, by Brian Jud.

Do you want to get more bang for fewer marketing bucks? In today’s tight economy many authors and publishers cut back on their marketing expenditures to save money. But if you can market your books more effectively and efficiently, you can actually do more for less. During this presentation you will discover many things you can do on a tight budget that can increase your exposure and sales.

Saturday, June 18

10:30 ~ In Person with Virtual Access
Avon Senior Center

Social Media and Marketing Essentials
for indie and traditional authors

by Liz Delton

For most authors, the hardest part of writing a book isn’t writing it, but getting it in front of readers, whether you’re self publishing or traditionally published. That’s where social media and marketing come in–but where do you start? What platforms should you be on? What do you talk about? Do you need a newsletter or a blog? And most importantly, how do you translate it into book sales?

Author of over a dozen books, fiction and nonfiction, both self and traditionally published, Liz Delton will talk about essential tools every author should use in order to get the word out, most of which will only cost you your time. Learn more about Liz at

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