With the increasing demand for book publishing in China, a booming opportunity for authors flourishes. Since the implementation of 2020 educational reforms in China, an increasing demand for printing and distributing is expected in the coming years. The growth of China’s book market has attracted a global participation across publishing professionals and is looking at Read More »
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LitFire’s Participation during the 2017 London Book Fair The Olympia Exhibition Center became a marketplace as publishing professionals and participants scampered throughout the hall for the London Book Fair. Hailed as the “bustling center for rights and negotiation” by professionals from the publishing industry, the grand literary fair opened its door once again on March 14-16, 2017. Read More »
ALA, the biggest organization of libraries in the world, will be held at McCormick Place in Chicago from June 22 27, 2017.
LitFire will feature sixty-five books, with the following as visiting authors: Robert Foster, Glenn Davis, John Holloway, Ava Cheatem, Codis Hampton II, Siobhan Meece, Yvonne Scott, and Robert Allen Krueger.
As the Tucson Festival of Books approaches, LitFire aims to promote authors on campus. Once again, the Tucson Festival of Books looms on the horizon. By that, more and more authors, publishers, and agents are opting to participate in what is perhaps one of the biggest book festivals in the country. The Tucson Festival of Read More »
As LitFire grows, marketing and publishing opportunities are placed at the forefront.
In self-publishing, marketing is ever more important, since self-publishing companies usually leave it up to the author to promote their book—but that depends on the publishing package authors have availed.