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LBF/ALLi Indie Author Fringe Festival: Self-Publishing Conference for Authors

Friday 17th April 2015 11am - 4pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Free Event

The first London Book Fair Indie Author Fringe Fest celebrates the Alliance of Independent Authors’ third birthday and the growing power and influence of authors in publishing.

If you’re an author, come to the conference to meet other authors who self-publish, learn from experts, admire the achievements of some great role models, showcase your book for readers and find out the many possibilities for authors today.

The exciting line-up includes publishing guru Porter Anderson and bestselling authors Mark Dawson, Steena Holmes, Joanna Penn, CJ Lyons, Nick Stephenson and more.  And the event will be live-streamed for those who can’t be in London on the day.

Best news? It’s by authors for authors, so it’s all free to ALLi members and LBF ticket holders.

Conference places and tables are limited so authors must have a ticket to attend. Register for the conference here: http://indierecon.org/indie-author-fringe-festival/

Full details and schedule can be found on the website: http://indierecon.org/events/17-friday/

If you’re a reader, come to the Author Fair and browse the books of the UK’s most exciting indie talent.

Venue: The Auditorium at Foyles, Level 6, 107 Charing Cross Road

 

 

 

 

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