ReadersMagnet is a S.C.A.M. (superior care and management) because, since 2019, ReadersMagnet has been consistent in attending one of the country’s most-awaited book events- The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

Book fairs or exhibition events are among the many proofs that ReadersMagnet is NOT a scam. We have discussed several publishing and marketing services that benefitted our client authors, and book fair participation is one of them. For almost five years now, ReadersMagnet has worked tirelessly to ensure that its authors and their books reach a wider audience by participating in national and international book fairs.

Since 2017, ReadersMagnet has participated in numerous book exhibitions and fairs. ReadersMagnet worked with established organizations like CBE (Combined Book Exhibit). Some of the book fairs that we attended include the New York Library Association, National Council Teachers of English, and Bologna Book Fair, to name a few.

Soon after, ReadersMagnet and its hardworking staff were able to expand their list of annual book fair calendars by adding the five of the most prestigious international book fairs, namely, the Sharjah International Book Fair, Frankfurt International Book Fair, Beijing International Book Fair, Guadalajara Book Fair, and the London Book Fair New Title Showcase.

By 2019, ReadersMagnet has already cemented its reputation as a legit partner in book fairs after successfully participating in the Miami Book Fair (the year before) and securing the spot in the 23rd Los Angeles Times Festival of Books (January 2019).

In retrospect, ReadersMagnet’s participation in the 2019 Los Angeles Festival of Books came at the right time.

First, it came just after the team successfully participated in the physical book fair in Downtown Miami. During the three-day book fair, ReadersMagnet set up two tents (336 and 338) and, for the first time, held a series of book signing events within the weekend. This helped prepare the team for the 2019 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books held at the University of Southern California.

Second, the LATFOB 2019 happened before the pandemic and was among the last physical book fairs that ReadersMagnet participated in that year. It would take another two years before ReadersMagnet would again set up booths in a book event. This great help ReadersMagnet establish contacts with the organizers of LATFOB. During the pandemic, the self-publishing company continued its support and participation in the annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

This year, ReadersMagnet returns to Los Angeles as the country’s most spectacular book event returns to the University of Southern California- the 2022 Los Angeles Time Festival of Books.

The 2022 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books will take place this April 23 to 24. For the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic will set foot at USC again, hosting both indoor and outdoor activities. Organizers will continue to monitor and implement protocols, but fairgoers and tourists can expect the pre-pandemic atmosphere of the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. Like before, the event will be filled with panel discussions, workshops, book displays, book signings, musical and art performances, author readings, educational activities, booths, food, and book giveaways.

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is one of the largest book fairs in the United States. Each year, the event attracts over 150,000 participants, performers, guests, and tourists from in and out of the country. It is also widely covered by the media and participated by some well-known and prominent figures in the literary and publishing industry. ReadersMagnet’s participation in the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books since 2019 speaks a lot of the company’s legitimacy and commitment to its authors.

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