Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Brooklyn, New York - 2009 I Love to Read Book Fair 2009 Early Author Registration & Live Taping by Basha Riddick at February 2009 Book Fair

Brooklyn, New York - 2009 I Love to Read Book Fair 2009 Early Author Registration & Live Taping by Basha Riddick at February 2009 Book Fair

Visit http://www.thebashariddickshow.4t.com and click on registration link to register for the 2009 I Love to Read Book Fair.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Brooklyn, NY – I Love to Read Book Fair February 2009 Announces Early Author Email Sign up List for 09

Brooklyn, NY – I Love to Read Book Fair February 2009 Announces Early Author Email Sign up List for 09

Due to the overwhelming success of the 2008 I Love to Read Book Fair the committee has decided to implement an Early Email Sign up List

Brooklyn, New York – I Love to Read Book Fair Announces Early Author Email Sign up List for 2009 Book Fair. Due to the overwhelming success of the 2008 I Love to Read Book Fair the committee has decided to implement an Early Email Sign up List to keep authors informed on the progress of the 2009 Book Fair.

Dominic Carter "Inside City Hall” Headlined the 2008 Black History Month I Love to Read Book Fair.

Authors nationwide from a variety of genres participated in the 2008 I Love to Read Book Fair.

Official Book Fair Web Site


Brooklyn, New York – Dominic Carter "Inside City Hall"
Headlined the 2008 Black History Month I Love to Read Book Fair. The 2008 I Love to Read Book Fair was featured in the Brooklyn Courier Newspaper.

I Love to Read Book Fair recently launched its web site at
Bookfairs.4t.com in 2008. I Love to Read Book Fair is geared toward African
American and Multicultural Authors and serves as a tribute to the
contribution to the literary arena.

Multi-Cultural books have
experienced a tremendous amout of growth over the last couple of
year, and is fueling growth in this sector.

I Love to Read Book Fair looks to engage the whole family annually in
America's pastime love for reading. I Love to Read Book Fair/Black
History Month & Women's Month Celebration goal is to reach out to
authors who want to turn their literary works into screen plays.

Authors who register early compete in a special Authors Slam if they have a
manuscript and register before the special desinated early
registration deadline.

2008 Keynote Speaker - Dominic Carter

"Inside City Hall" Host/

Senior Political Reporter

Dominic Carter

"Inside City Hall" Host
Senior Political Reporter

Veteran newsman Dominic Carter has been described as the best
political reporter working in New York television today. A fixture at
NY1 since the newschannel launched in 1992, Carter in 2007 released a
book on his life, titled No Momma's Boy, in which he chronicles his
triumphant struggle to overcome his mother's mental illness while
growing up in a Bronx housing project.

As the host of NY1's nightly political show, "Inside City Hall,"
Carter has handled some of the station's most challenging assignments
and has interviewed every major political player in the state, as
well as many national and international leaders.

In 2006 he received widespread acclaim for his role as the moderator
of series of state-wide debates for governor, U.S. Senator and state
attorney general. During the first debate with Senator Hillary
Clinton, he made international headlines when Clinton said for the
first time that she was thinking about running for president.

His numerous exclusive interviews include former President Bill
Clinton, the late John Cardinal O'Conner and the parents of police-
brutality victim Amadou Diallo. As a radio reporter he conducted an
exclusive interview with Nelson Mandela during Mandela's historic
visit to the United States – an interview he conducted as thousands
of journalists from around the country pursued the South African

The NY1 stalwart has also reported extensively from abroad. In 1993
he was the only television journalist in Japan with then-Mayor David
Dinkins at the time of the first World Trade Center terrorist
bombing, and his interview with the mayor made headlines back in New

He twice traveled to Israel to cover visits to the region by
then-Mayor Rudy Giuliani; he has reported on the famine from Somalia;
and he has spent time in the Persian Gulf.

No Mamma's Boy, his self-published memoir, was released in May 2007
to critical acclaim. Newsday said, "No TV anchor has ever produced a
memoir as grippingly honest as this." The book is available at Barnes
and Noble stores and online at barnesandnoble.com.

Log on to I LOVE TO READ BOOK FAIR official web site today at
http://bookfairs.4t.com/ for more information, complete vendor
registration details, and to sign up for our Early Author Sign-up List for the 2009 Book Fair.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

African American Publishers Pavillion at Book Expo America May 28 - May 31, 2009 NYC

Amber Communications Group, Inc.; Amber Books; Adrienne Ingrum, LLC.; QBR The Black Book Review/QBR.com; Written Magazine; Disilgold.com; AALBC.com; MosaicBooks.com and Book Expo America Invite..........

Independent African American Book Publishers, Self Publishers, Black Interest Imprints at Major Publishing Houses, Literary Agents, and Publicists to exhibit at the African American Publishers Pavilion at Book Expo America, at the prestigious Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City, May 28 - May 31, 2009.

Co-Founders of The African American Pavilion at BookExpo America, Tony Rose, Publisher/CEO, Amber Communications Group, Inc. and Adrienne Ingrum, CEO, Adrienne Ingrum L.L.C., former founding Associate Publisher of Black Issues Book Review have signed a new agreement with BookExpo America/Reed Expositions to manage the 6th Annual African American Pavilion @ BEA and produce the African American Pavilion Welcoming Reception and The African American Pavilion Reception and Awards Program at BookExpo America, Jacob Javits Convention Center, May 28 - May 31, 2009, New York City.

Now in its sixth year, the 5,500-square feet of joint exhibit space showcasing on the main exhibit floor/hall, African American books, authors, products and publishers, is the market place for thousands of African American publishing industry professionals. Influential exhibitors and book buyers form a community of unprecedented strength. "The African American Pavilion is a growing presence at BEA," says Exhibitor, ZANE, Publisher, Strebor Books International, LLC/Simon and Schuster, National Best-Selling Author of several New York Times and Essence Best-Selling titles and the 2008 African American Pavilion Awardee, "The Distinctive Voice and Publisher Award", "There will be great opportunities to learn, educate, sell, and network and it's making African American history a vital, visable part of the 108-year history of BookExpo America/American Booksellers Association."

"The response by the exhibitors and the book publishing industry to the 2008 African American Pavilion at BookExpo America was tremendous and powerful", stated Pavilion co-founder Tony Rose. "The Pavilion hosted some of the giants in the African American Publishing Industry such as: Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Chairman and CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises; Tavis Smiley, Founder, The Tavis Smiley Foundation, New York Times and Essence Best-Selling Author; Denise Nicholas, Emmy and NAACP Image Award Winner; Kassahun Checole, Publisher, Africa World Press/Red Sea Press; Zane, Publisher and Founder, Strebor Books International/Simon and Schuster; Wade Hudson, President/CEO, Just Us Books; Mary B. Morrison, New York Times and Essence Best-Selling Author; Judith Curr, Executive Vice President, Publisher and Founder of Atria Books; Cheryl Woodruff, President, Associate Publisher, Smiley Books; Omar Tyree, New York Times and Essence Bestselling Author; Terrie Williams, President and Advocate, The Stay Strong Foundation and The Terrie Williams Agency, Essence National Best-Selling Author; George C. Fraser, National Best-Selling Author, Founder of FraserNet and The Power Networking Conference; Donna Hill, National Best-Selling Author; Carol Mackey, Editor-In-Chief, Black Expressions Book Club; Max Rodriguez, Founder, The Harlem Book Fair/QBR The Black Book Review; Troy Johnson, Founder, AALBC.com; Ron Kavanaugh, Founder, MosaicBooks.com; Jewell Parker Rhodes, National Best-Selling Author; Synthia SAINT JAMES, Internationally renowned Artist and Author; Dante Lee, President and CEO, Diversity City Media and Pam Perry, Chief Visionary, Ministry Marketing Solutions, President, Chocolate Pages."

BookExpo America, one of the largest book trade exhibits in the world provides independent African American book publishers, self publishers, authors, African American imprints at major publishing houses, distributors, literary agents, publicists, librarians, and bookstore owners with exposure to more than 80,000 book buyers and booksellers from across the world. With over 20,000 BEA attendees crossing up and down the Pavilion aisles. There will be huge opportunities to learn, share, educate, buy, sell and network, and the African American Pavilion provides our exhibitors the lowest discounted booth prices at the BookExpo America.

The African American Pavilion at BookExpo America was founded in 2004 by: Tony Rose, Amber Communications Group, Inc., Adrienne Ingrum, Adrienne Ingrum, L.L.C. and Niani Colom, Genesis Press.


African American Books On Tour; Africa World Press/Red Sea Press; African American Literature Book Club (AALBC.com); Afrikan World Book Distributors; Alight! New York Grit Books; Amber Communications Group Inc.; Amiaya Entertainment; AmmPublishing; Annie Busby; Aphesis Publishing; Arc Type Press; Around the Way Books; Asta Publications; Aya Press; Aspicomm Media; Avo Publishing; Austin Publishing/Kaden Publishing; Baker Publishing Group; Barry Nix; The Beckham Publications Group Inc.; Big Door Presentations and Publications; Big Time Studios; BIS Publications; Biz-E-Bee Publications; Blacast Entertainment/ Urbanbooksonline.com; Black Americans In Publishing; Black At Work.com; BlackBoard Entertainment Media Group; Black Issues Book Review; BlackListed, LLC.; Black Print Publishing; Brand Nu Words; Brooklyn Christian Center; BroSis Publishing; Brown Erotic Publishing; C&B Books Distribution; Chocolate Angel Publishing; Chocolate Pages; Creative Wisdom Books; Christian Nations Center; Connie Leon; Color Bridge, LLC; Cultured Expressions; Delores Quinerly Press; Destiny Publishing; Disilgold Soul Publishing; Diversity City Media, Inc.; Emida International Publishing; Every Generation Media, LTD; firebrandpublishing; First Black Autos-The Story of Charles C.R. Patterson; FYOS; Genesis Press; GhettoHeat; Green Olive Tree Publishing; GS Publishing Group; Gumbo For The Soul Publications; Harobed House: Hilton Publishing; Imperious Publishing; In and Out the Dugout; In the Note of C; Irene Smalls; It's Time For Bed; Jewels Publishing; Just Like Me Books; Just Sisters Publications; Just Us Books, Inc.; Kaden Publishing; Kandour Publishing; Ken Hudson & Associates; Kidding Around Entertainment; K Harris Publishing, Inc.; Kija Entertainment; Kingdom Kids Clubs; Kinship Press; Kymber Jae Publishing; Late Bloomer; Lefall and Company; Le'Femme Fatale Productions; Lift Every Voice/Moody Publishers; Lighted Mansions; Literally Speaking Press; Literamed Publications; Mad Parent Publishing; M&E Abrams Publications; Maria Falconer; Mahogany Star Publishing; Melodrama Publishing; Mind Candy; MomoWilly, Inc.; Mirror-Gibbs Publishing; Mosaicbooks.com; Ms. Gail's Books; Nay-jay Publishing; Nefrawerks Diversified; Nega Fulo Books; Nile Publishing; Nunes Productions; Outskirts Press; Papa Lemon; Papyrus Publishing; Pathway Publishing; Paul L. Woodring; Parker Publishing; People Skills International; Pond View Press; Power Play Media; Prodigal Son Ministries; Publishing Associates; Q-Boro Books; QBR The Black Book Review/Harlem Book Fair; Quick Qwest publications; Relentless Content, LLC; RJ Publications; Renaissance Media Sales & Distribution; River Maverick Publishing; Ruby Burke; S.E.L.F. Publishing; Shawn Ryan; Sheryl Walker Press; Silver Maple Publications; Strebor Books International; Sun Cycle Publishing; Tate Publishing; The Cartel Publications; The Elevator Group; The Healing Tree; The Pilgram Press; Third World Press; Triple Crown Publications; Urban Ministries; Urban Touch Entertainment; White Men Can't Hump; Wisdom Books, Inc.; Who's Who Publishing; W. James Richardson; Walk Worthy Press; and Writing for the Lord Ministries; and Written Magazine.


For exhibiting information at the African American Pavilion at BookExpo America contact Steve Rosato, Director of Strategic Accounts and Sales at 203-840- 5463; Email: srosato@reedexpo.com and Tony Rose, Executive Director, Co-Founder at 520-568-6692; Email: amberbk@aol.com

The African American Pavilion Package includes (but is not limited) to the following:


10x10 package-$3,690.00 (100 sq. ft.) (30% Discount off all BEA Exhibitor Pricing) includes 6 badges.

10x10 Value Package-$2,600.00 (100 sq. ft.) NO combining.

Premium Small Press $3,035.00 (80 sq. ft) - NO combining / (30% Discount off all BEA Exhibitor Pricing) includes 4 badges.

Premium Small Press Value Package $2,450.00 (80 sq. ft.) - NO combining.

Small Press $1,880.00 (48 sq. ft) NO combining / (30% Discount off all BEA Exhibitor Pricing) includes 2 badges.

Small Press Value Package $1,325.00 (48 sq. ft.) NO combining.

10x20 package-$6,419.00 (30% Discount off all BEA Exhibitor Pricing) includes 10 badges.


All packages ( Except Value Package ) include carpet, (1) draped table and (2) Side chairs, (1) wastebasket.

All packages include individual listing on web and official directory.

Specific booth location w/in Pavilion will be assigned.

Badge allotment ( Except Value Package ) determined by size per official show rules.

All packages ( Except Value Package ) include meeting room privileges.

Pavilion Show floor signage- (Banner) Recognized as official BEA Pavilion.

Pavilion will be promoted in the BEA directory, website, QBR The Black Book Review - QBR.com / Written Magazine / BlackNews.com / AMBERBOOKS.COM and other national media outlets.


Special exhibitors placement in The African American Pavilion for Children's Publishers and Self Publishers.

Literary agents booth, with private meeting room privileges.

Publicists booth, with private meeting room privileges.

Listing in Book Expo America master directory.

Listing on Book Expo America Website directory.

Company listing in Written Magazine / QBR The Black Book Review - QBR.com / www.bookexpoamerica.com and www.amberbooks.com .
For further information on the African American Pavilion and BookExpo America 2009 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New YorkCity, please visit: WWW.BOOKEXPOAMERICA.COM or WWW.AMBERBOOKS.COM

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Sunday, September 14, 2008

2008 Harlem Book Fair on Long Island, September 27, 2008

PRLog (Press Release) – Sep 14, 2008 – African Atlantic Genealogical Society to Host Harlem Book Fair on Long Island September 27, 2008

The Harlem Book Fair on Island is set to draw several thousand book lovers to Long Island September 27, 2008. The Harlem Book Fair on Long Island attracted over 2000 participants to prior Book Fair. The African Atlantic Genealogical Society will be hosting the Harlem Book Fair on Long Island on Saturday, September 27, 2008. The book fair was established in Harlem in 1998, by Max Rodriguez, publisher of QBR the Black Book Review. It has been held annually in Harlem, New York City, since then. Other venues have been established in cities across the country (i.e.) San Diego, CA, Boston, MA; Chicago,IL; etc. Long Island became an additional venue in 2003.

Broadway Star Bernard J. Marsh Author of GREAT WHITEWAY/GREATWHITE LIES will be signing at this year's book fair.

The book fair will take place outdoors, from noon until 6:00 p.m., at the Freeport Recreation Center, 130 East Merrick Road, Freeport NY. In case of inclement weather, it will be held in the recreation center's gymnasium. Story-tellers, clowns, face-painters and a balloon-twister will entertain the children.

The 6th Annual Harlem Book Fair on Long Island (HBF-LI) presents a great opportunity to bring African-American authors, artists, poets, performers and vendors together with the Long Island community. The daylong event features book signing by noted authors, panel discussions, ethnic music and dance, fiction and nonfiction books, vendors, and a Children’s Pavilion with its own featured authors, storytellers and face painters. HBF-LI will be held Saturday, September 27, 2008, 12 noon - 6 p.m. at the Freeport Recreation Center, 130 East Merrick Road, Freeport NY. For further information call (516) 977-6993 or fax (516) 908-4077. The Harlem Book Fair on Long Island is supported by the African Atlantic Genealogical Society, the Freeport Community Development Agency and QBR The Black Book Review.

Visit Web Site @ http://www.aagsinc.net/Bookfair_Page.html

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

How to Publish a Book in 30 Days or Less! with Georgia Woobine Fall 2008 @ NYC Learning Annex

New York, New York - Georgia Woodbine tells How To Write A Book in 30 Days or Less! at Learning Annex in NYC on Sept 24th, 08 - 6:45pm - 9:30pm,
Oct 22nd, 08 - 6:45pm - 9:30pm, and Nov 19th, 08 - 6:45pm - 9:30pm. Online Class also available.

About: The Learning Annex
The Learning Annex is the premier producer of seminars, lectures, classes and workshops throughout the United States and Canada. The Learning Annex provide students with the tools they need to change careers, make more money, improve their relationships, empower their lives and support personal and spiritual growth. The Learning Annex offer over 8000 events a year!

The Learning Annex courses range in diversity from powerful lectures by such speakers as Donald Trump, Larry King, Jerry Lewis, Sarah Jessica Parker, Henry Kissinger, Tony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Bishop Desmond Tutu, Barbara Bush, P. Diddy, Sylvia Browne and James Van Praagh to our “How To” seminars ranging from writing a business plan, investing in Real Estate, and succeeding in the music business to social activities like our Whitewater Rafting trip and Wine Tastings

How To Write A Book in 30 Days or Less

Georgia Woodbine - Author, Speaker and Life Coach - Products that Move You!

Whether you want to write fiction or nonfiction, this highly motivating seminar with bestselling author Georgia Woodbine will teach you secrets of the creative process that give you the boost you need to get it done. Learn logical structure, time management techniques and development strategies that will turn you into a book-writing machine.

Forget the tedious "old school" methods of writing. Learn how professional writers easily glide from one book to another with a simple method that virtually writes the book for them.

You will find out: 7 key factors for writing fast Process for organizing your thoughts How to choose a winning title Tools for setting goals and deadline that work How to tap into your passion How to break out of writer's block How to use your gifts, skills and natural ability to stay motivated.

You'll see your abilities unfold into a book you never knew you could write. Georgia's techniques are easy, effective and amazingly simple. You'll be surprised at how much you can accomplish quickly and without drudgery.

Georgia Woodbine is the author of the national best selling book 'How To Make Big Bucks Without Selling Your Soul,' and has produced audio CD's 'Make it Happen' and 'Grab Your Destiny' as well as other motivational products. Ms. Woodbine is also one of the most sought after keynote speakers in the areas of personal, spiritual and business development. Ms. Woodbine has appeared on 98.7 Kiss FM Wake Up Club, Conversations With Mayor Ernest D. Davis, of Mt. Vernon, New York, Air America Radio, 93.5FM, 90.3FM - other credits include, Mt. Vernon Inquirer, Star Ledger Newspaper, Hempstead Times, Black Star News, Roll Out Magazine Moving Forward Magazine, and many others.

Log on to www.spiritualfocuspublishing.com/products.htm to view Georgia Woodbine's entire catalog of Products that Move You!

Click on below link to register today!


You can also register by calling the Learning Annex New York office at
(212) 371-0280. For information on group discounts, special offers or the status of your registration, please call or email the Learning Annex at Registration_NY(at)LearningAnnex.com. The learning Annex responds to email Monday through Friday 9am-5pm.

Sunday, August 31, 2008

2008 Harlem Book Fair on Long Island, September 27, 2008

The 2008 Harlem Book Fair on Long Island will be held in Freeport, Long Island on September 27, 2008. Visit http://harlembookfaironlongisland.blogspot.com for updates.

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Queens Book Fair announces final author sign up and registration for 2008 Queens Book Fair

Queens, New York - Queens Book Fair announces final author sign up and registration for 2008 Queens Book Fair. Due to increasing demand for the 2008 Queens Book Fair Committee opening up final Author registration for the upcoming book fair which will be held on August 30, 2008. The 2008 Queens Book Fair is anticipated to attract hundreds of people to NYC, and Piper and Rogers were counting on the event to introduce some writers to a bigger audience than they've ever enjoyed. The 4th Annual Queens Book Fair will be held on August 30, 2008 at the Jamaica Market Harvest Room located at 90-40 160th Street, Jamaica, NY 11434. Visit www.queensbookfair.com for complete registration details and follow our EZ registration procedures.

Queens Book Fair Testimonials:

"It was packed in 2005, and 2006 was well attended " Rogers said. "And I was shocked. It was rainy and we didn't think people would show up. But they still came out."

About C & B Books Founders of Queens Book Fair:

To some degree, the women are all about taking chances. They started their book business almost by accident a decade ago, while selling gift baskets and floral arrangements at the St. Nicholas of Tolentine Flea Market in Jamaica.

They began bringing used books from their own collections to sell at the market, selling out each week. A frequent customer soon asked if the pair could get their hands on books by other African-American authors.

"She asked how soon we could get them, and I said we'd have them for her the next Saturday," Rogers said. "And I thought, 'I don't know how I'm going to get these, but I'm going to find out.'"

Rogers, 44, not only supplied the requested books, but soon found herself fielding requests for work by other black writers. Within weeks, she and Piper were visiting distributor warehouses that stacked dozens of titles from tiny imprints around the country.

By 2001, the women sensed a revolution stirring in the African-American literary community. Sister Souljah's 1999 cautionary coming-of age novel "The Coldest Winter Ever" had reinvigorated an urban-literature market that had hibernated for decades, provoking a new generation of black writers to eschew the mythic glamour of drugs and violence.

Other genres took shape around the same time, including revenge melodramas, romance thrillers and inspirational memoirs about overcoming abuse, addiction and lives of crime.

"It's a whole industry booming within an industry," said Angela Wallace, whose self-published novel, "Secret Dramas," earned acclaim for its unique hybrid of soap opera and mob intrigue. "[Writers] are implementing their own imprints. As a result of that, they're bringing other black authors in under their umbrella. I think mainstream publishing is noticing that."

Amid this resurgence, Piper and Rogers established their own tiny umbrella on the Internet in 2002. C&B Books Distribution eventually opened a kiosk at Jamaica Market in October and introduced its newest location in a compact corner store in Flushing in January.

The partners built their stock through consignment deals with self-published authors, advising writers through labor-intensive processes such as mission statements, cover design, press releases and book signings.

While she tirelessly provides encouragement and advice, Piper, 53, insists that no book will sell without its author's own follow-through.

"They have to be willing to get out," she said. "They can't just drop their book at the store and expect the stores to sell their book. We have our own business to run."

But the women treat the Queens Book Fair like a community service as much as they do a business endeavor.

The event, which offered seminars and workshops for published and unpublished writers alike, kicked off with a networking breakfast to help forge partnerships in New York's independent literary scene. Readers had the chance to meet and solicit advice from their favorite authors, as well.

"Harlem and Brooklyn, they already have their recognition - even the Bronx," Piper said. "Queens was very low-key, and it's just starting to blossom.

Addittional Queens Book Fair Testimonials:

" The fair was very nice! I met some wonderful authors and walked away with a bag full of info on good books! They even had free food! As soon as I heard the announcer say free and food...LOL

Wanda D. Hudson Coming Soon - Wait For Love: A Black Girl's Story It's a Woman's World - www.extasybooks.com http://wandasway.blogspot.com

The word is out. A listener spotted Guilty Pleasures at the Queens Book Fair. She enjoyed the interview and purchased two copies of my novel. Thanks again for providing yet another platform for striving authors. ~Sonya Harris - Guilty Pleasures Books never go out of style!

Very nice artical written up on you in Newsday. Thank you for throwing such a wonderful event and also for you commitment to the self-published authors. Nathaniel Portis Things In Between

Congratulations Carol & Brenda on your vision to host the Queens Book Fair and for being dedicated to assisting black authors, readers and lovers of the written word. When I say, "It is a blessing to have people like you in the literary community," I mean it from the center of my soul! I can't wait to come next year! Yasmin Shiraz www.yasminshiraz.net

Self-published authors from around the country are anticipated to participate in the upcoming Queens Book Fair 2008.

Authors are encouraged to register early.

Last year the Queens Book Fair was filled to capacity and we anticipate another great year for the Queens Book Fair.

Authors may log on to www.queensbookfair.com today and complete our EZ registration procedures to participate in the 2008 Queens Book Fair.

Monday, August 18, 2008

2008 Harlem Book Fair September 27, 2008

The 2008 Harlem Book Fair on Long Island will be held on September 27, 2008. For vendor application you may email philandrews2001@yahoo.com. This year's Harlem Book Fair on Long Island will be held at the Freeport Recreation Center in Long Island. Visit http://harlembookfaironlongisland.blogspot.com for updates.

2008 Queens Book Fair August 30, 2008 (New York City)

The 2008 Queens Book Fair is anticipated to be one the greatest and largest book fair in the Borough of Queens, New York. For complete author registration details and vendor registration log on to www.queensbookfair.com

Save the Date for 2008 upcoming Queens Book Fair August 30, 2008.

Don't forget to book mark site at www.queensbookfair.com

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