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ReadersMagnet to Appear for Second Time at LA Times Festival of Books This October

Industry: Books

ReadersMagnet, a leading self-publishing company, will soon be taking part in the exciting LA Times Festival of Books, Stories, and Ideas for the second time—but this time, the event will be virtual, which means people from all over the world will have the chance to experience it.

San Diego, California (PRUnderground) October 12th, 2020

The festival will begin on Oct. 18 and end on Nov. 13. During this renowned event, prominent authors and celebrities will participate in stimulating and insightful conversation panels. The Los Angeles Times Media Group will play a key role in expanding the reach of this year’s virtual event.

ReadersMagnet said it looks forward to participating in this year’s book-themed festival, as its goal is to encourage more people to tap into the power of books. According to ReadersMagnet, books not only entertain their readers but also provide valuable insights into the complexities of human life. Opportunities to share, promote, and discuss these insights during the festival of books may end up being life changing for those who take part in the festival.

Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, hosting an in-person book festival was not possible this year. However, through the virtual festival, bookworms will still be given the enjoyable experience of attending a massive book fair.

Attendees will have the opportunity to explore books that fall under a number of popular genres, including politics, children, performance, romance, and humor. In addition, they can gain insights and writing tips from today’s most popular authors firsthand—authors such as Attica Locke, a leading crime fiction writer, and Brandy Colbert, an award-winning young adult fiction writer.

Other notable authors in attendance include Alonza Davis, Earl Robert Key, Jeanie B. Clemmens, Richard Ruhling, Elleanor Gaccetta, Eric Dilworth, Barbara Slade, Jim Sandman, Joy Cheriel Brown, and so many others.

Widely acclaimed artists will also offer valuable contributions for attendees of all ages during the festival. For instance, film producer Lin Oliver and author Henry Winkler will read from and discuss their second Alien Superstar series book: Lights, Camera, Danger!

Visit this website to reserve a spot at the Festival of Books, Stories, and Ideas today!

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