Services and Resources
In addition to speaking engagements and book-related appearances, Dilsa offers services and resources for readers and writers. Click the LINKS below to learn more.
Have you been thinking and thinking about writing that book? Or, have you written it and you are ready to get it into the hands of your audience? Want to know how? Let Dilsa Saunders Bailey share with you the experience of self-publishing. Find out, if that's what you really, really want to do. If so, get ready for a rewarding lesson in finding out exactly how it's done.
This course is about self-publishing's processes, as well as its pros and cons.
Should you pursue traditional publishing or self-publishing? Here's what sets them apart. In this Self-Publishing tips series, the focus is on what traditional publishers can do for you.
You have learned about Traditional Publishing in the previous video. What other options are available if you wish to self-publish? In this video, we discuss vanity, self-publishing, subsidy, and independent publishing. Which one is for you? Join us on Self-Publishing Tips.
Gillian Royes talks about her books, The Shad Series, and her play, "How to Be an Immigrant." She shares her traditional publishing journey, her aspirations, and advice on how to get published. Gillian is also very open about her trials as an immigrant and the struggles one faces migrating to a new country.
Dilsa interviews a fellow bookpreneur, Pauline Mansfield. Pauline is an author, speaker, and writing coach. Join the conversation to hear what inspired Pauline to write about domestic violence, why she helps others find their voices, and why she advises you should never give up. Her books Turtle Story, Turtle Story 2, Songs of My Father, and Chess Master can be found on Amazon.
Dilsa enjoys talking with Dionicio Torres, author of "My 2nd Chance with a New Vision." This motivational speaker has turned his personal tragedy into a mission to help youth at risk. Join us for this lively, humorous conversation on how Dionicio decided to use his life as a means to give youth another option that may not be seen at the moment.