Hey guys! Some of you may already know this, but I’m the creator of the crazy popular Blogger Book Fair. This event has been a great way to promote books for the past few years, and I’m excited to do it again. The last BBF featured over 180 authors and more than 400 works of literature. I’ve made some changes to the way it runs, but they are good changes and will make things easier for everyone. I hope to see you take part in this wonderful event!
The next Blogger Book Fair is being held November 10th-14th and you are all invited to participate! Anyone can join in the fun. Authors can promote their books, bloggers can help them do that, and readers can reap the rewards by entering giveaways, downloading free books and finding great deals. This Blogger Book Fair will feature speculative fiction, but if you write realistic fiction, non-fiction, or even poetry, you can have your books featured in future BBF’s.
So, how does it work?
Authors pay a small fee for each book or short story they want to enter. Books 20,000 words or more are $5 and short stories less than 20,000 words are $2. Authors can submit up to 7 of each type. Invoices will be sent within 48 hours of sign up and must be paid by October 10th. The BBF is free for bloggers and readers.
Authors and Bloggers will each host 5 authors on their blog during the Blogger Book Fair. Participants will be matched up according to genre and age categories. Once everyone is matched up, an email will be sent out containing a list of your guests and links to the information you can use on your blog.
Authors, in return for your payment, you’ll receive a certain amount of spots (depending on the number of books you feature) on the main giveaway Rafflecopters which will result in more followers for you. These giveaways will have big prizes that readers will want.
Bloggers will also receive a spot on the Rafflecopters.
More information is available on the FAQ page and on the Sign Up Pages:
Any further questions may be submitted to me via email at bloggerbookfair [at] gmail [dot] com. You can also head to the Blogger Book Fair website to get a feel for what it’s all about.