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Friday Link Pack 4/18/2014

It’s time to share a few interesting links I have found throughout the week. Some of these I mention on Twitter, if you’re not already following me there, … 314 more words

The Stars Were Right

The London Book Fair: A Useful Resource for Writers

Francesca Burgess considers the merits of attending this annual event

The first London Book Fair I attended, back in 2010, was very quiet due to the eruption of Eyjafjallajökull (I’m glad I’m writing that and not pronouncing it!) which grounded air traffic. 549 more words

What I Learned at London Book Fair 2014

Talk given by top indie authors / self-publishers

I was lucky to catch up with a session given by Bella Andre, Stephanie Bond, Liliana Hart, Barbara Freethy, Candice Hern and Jasmina Wilder at the book fair. 444 more words


London Book Fair 2014 - In Summary

This time last week, we were at London Book Fair. Months of preparation and excitement culminated in a fantastic three days at Earl’s Court where we attended meetings, called to stands, mingled at social events and, of course, attended every seminar of our People Development seminar stream as well as dropping into some others along the way. 736 more words

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London Book Fair 2014. Lessons Learned

Last week I was at the London Book Fair. This is what I learned.

Hugh Howey is nicer in real life than he is online (which is already pretty nice, I might add) 180 more words


Reflections and recovery after the London Book Fair

Thoughts on the London Book Fair from Ann Moore, Sales and Distribution Manager at Policy Press.

Policy Press staff were at the London Book Fair last week and the weekend after is always a time to recover, reflect and, this year, reminisce as the fair was held in the iconic Earls Court exhibition centre for the very last time. 402 more words


My Top Five Highlights from London Book Fair 2014

On Wednesday this week I got on a train and went to London for LBF. It was the first time I’d even considered going along to this mammoth book event – until very recently, LBF was the province of publishers and agents and other industry professionals, but writers, while not exactly barred from attending, weren’t encouraged. 903 more words