ReadersMagnet, Self-Publishing Company, to Participate in 2020 Virtual LA Times Festival of Books, Stories, and Ideas
ReadersMagnet, a top self-publishing company, will participate for a second time in the popular Virtual LA Times Festival of Books, Stories, and Ideas, which is slated to start in October.
San Diego, CA (PRUnderground) September 28th, 2020
The 2020 festival’s aim is to celebrate 25 years of this beloved community event, as well as the notable authors for their incredible storytelling.
The festival is scheduled to take place from Oct. 18 to Nov. 13. The event will feature conversation panels including celebrities and prominent authors. The virtual is expected to have a wide reach with the help of the Los Angeles Times Media Group.
ReadersMagnet said it decided to take part in the virtual book-focused festival this year because books do more than just give people exciting stories to read: They give people a sense of purpose. According to ReadersMagnet, books are worth promoting, discussing, and sharing because they essentially help the masses to understand life’s complexities. Fortunately, even though the global COVID-19 pandemic has prevented an in-person festival this year, bookworms can still experience the thrill of attending a large book fair thanks to the online festival.
As part of the event, participants will be able to hear discussions about works covering a wide range of genres. These genres include performance, humor, children, romance, and politics. Well-known authors—such as young-adult author Jordan Ifueko, political/fiction writer Laila Lalami, and mystery/thriller author Attica Locke—are expected to present their brilliant insights and ideas during the festival.
In addition, participants will be able to take advantage of story times for children, which are slated to be led by famous artists, such as filmmaker and actress Natalie Portman, as well as producer, author, comedian, director, and actor Henry Winkler. The festival of books will furthermore provide a number of marketing and promotional opportunities for both exhibitors and sponsors.
According to ReadersMagnet, the festival should provide participants with the inspiration they need to continue to explore new worlds and ideas through today’s most iconic books in the months and years ahead.
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