It’s that time of year again. Yes, New York Book Week will kick-off in just two short weeks. Starting with probably the most intense experience that I’ve ever had – the Book Expo of America. It’s a great opportunity to learn what’s new in the world of publishing, as well as mingle with fellow bloggers, authors, librarians and publishers. Most of all – it’s a great opportunity to just talk about books. I will also be attending the Book Blogger Convention for the second year in the row.
I want to thank everyone who has already confirmed their participation in my BEA feature. The feature will start tomorrow and run until May 23rd.
If you are an author and would like to participate, just send me an email with your responses to darkfaerietales [AT] gmail [DOT] com. I will post any responses that I receive.
The questions are as follows:
1. Can you introduce yourself to my readers?
2. Can you introduce us to the world that you have created?
3. What should readers know before stepping into your world?
4. Are there any special events, panels or galleys you are looking forward to?
5. Will this be your first time attending BEA or are you a veteran? Any advice for those who are going for the first time?
6. Will you be doing an autograph signing at the expo? Any other fun stuff on your agenda?
7. What other projects are you working on that you would like to tell us about?
About the Event:
The Book Expo of America takes place Monday, May 23rd – Thursday, May 26th at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, NY. BEA is the largest gathering of publishing professionals, attracting between 20,000 – 30,000 industry executives and influencers—it’s the place to be if you are working in or want to work in the publishing industry.
BookExpo America (BEA) is bringing back New York Book Week to take place during the week of BEA. New York Book Week will include public “main stage” author programs as well as smaller events at libraries in the NYPL system and chain and independent bookstores throughout New York City and its boroughs.
New York Book Week embraces all literary and book activity, and expands the awareness of authors, books and publishing.
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