Books Travel far west in time for the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books 2018

For the first time, LitFire Publishing attends the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, bringing with them over fifty literary creations of every genre to entertain and educate the readers in all walks of life.

LitFire Publishing is a regular attendee of several huge book fairs in and outside the country including the London Book Fair, Frankfurt Book Fair, Beijing International Book Fair, Livre Paris, Guadalajara Book Fair, Book Expo America, Tucson Festival of Books, the AJC Decatur Book Fair, ALA Midwinter Meeting and Exhibits, and the Miami Book Fair. Now, Atlanta’s very own self-publishing company goes west to further its reach to the readers.

From April 21 to 22, 2018, LitFire Publishing will be featuring the books of aspiring bestsellers of all genres at the University of Southern California campus.

Here are a few of the books and their authors that filled the place with enlightenment and inspiration:

  1. The Wizard’s Handbook Revisited by Mario Garnet
  2. Who Are You? by Pastor Don E. German
  3. Samson: The Modern Day America; Is America Doomed? by Stephen R. Williams
  4. Atheism Kills: The Dangers of a World Without God—and Cause for Hope by Barak Lurie
  5. Schwartz of New York by Robert Spevakow
  6. The Theater of Life: Roles We Play on Planet Earth in the Passing Parade of Our Existence by Charlyn Kent
  7. The Green and Burning Tree by Sam LaForme
  8. If It’s Worth Doing, It’s Worth Doing Well by Ken Wiginton
  9. The Collected Works of Alfred B. Porter Volume I by Alfred Porter
  10. How I Really Feel by Monique Antoinette

For children (and children at heart), check out these value-oriented books for the young ones.

By Larry Friend:
Icy the Iceberg
Squirrelly the Squirrel and Starlett

By Larisa Coffman:
Building Character with Booger and Bella: Perseverance
Building Character with Booger and Bella: Compassion
Building Character with Booger and Bella: Caring

By Janet Cameron Hoult:
Going to the Dogs and other Critters
Where Did the Sun Go? Myths and Legends of Solar Eclipses around the World Told with Poetry and Puppetry

Barney the Farm Dog: A True Story by Mary Lynn Swiderski
Frankie and Her Four Felines by Barbara Henderson
Grandma Waves with her Heart by Austine Royer-Smith

Here are some of the inspirational books on display.

1. Pain Tears and Payback: Web of Lies by J. Lyn
2. Wildflowers: A Memoir of an Inner City High School Teacher by Judy Fitch
3. Hajime: Karate History in a U.S. Community by Antonio Resende
4. Where’s Daddy by Yama Velez Ali
5. Pick Me Up! Inspirational Messages to Make You Jump for Joy by Michelle Mattsen
6. Body Parts: A Collection of Poems About Aging by Janet Cameron Hoult
7. Silent Heroes: A Recon Marine’s Vietnam War Experience by Rick Greenberg
8. Memories of an Old Marine by Paul Moore
9. Sunrise on My Soul by Mysheria Moore
10. Outhouse to Whitehouse by Jimmy Mosley
11. Chronicles of a Catholic Housewife: Forty Years Toward the Promised Land by Carmen Hartono

Take time to peruse our featured books on knowledge, practicality, and spirituality. Also check out these books on display:

1. Let Mama Bird Fly by Yolanda A. Martin
2. I Was a Pilot for the Mob by David Samuels
3. The Green Vial by Nicholas Orsini
4. Creole Moon: Book of Roots by S.T. Holmes
5. Hospitality: In the Spirit of Love by Peggy Simpson
6. In Job’s Sandals by Rudolph V. Vanterpool
7. Skiing in China by Prof. John G. Norris
8. Unheard Testimony: McKnight VS. General Motors by Gary McKnight
9. How to Stack Your Money by Thelonious C Jones
10. The Promise by Robert Cosby

Also displayed are the following books of fiction and nonfiction from the feels and thrills of the imaginary to the realistic literary inspiration:

1. The Band 4: The Air We Breathe by Marguerite Nardone Gruen
2. Fallen Woman by Linda Kennedy
3. The Poe Consequence by Keith Steinbaum
4. The Paradise Behind the Mind: Genesis byAdrian Cruz
5. Where the Herring Run by Dorothy D. Leone
6. Between Tomorrow and Yesterday by Ev’one-yaY Eulasson
7. Escape to Manchuria by Paul K. Maruyama
8. Teacher-Parent-Student Workbook for Learning and Teaching Basic Phonics by Melvine Groves
9. Health Education for Young Adults by Fabrizia Faustinella and Raye Hurwitz
10. Genesis, The Origin of the Beginnings by Fitzalbert M. Marius,
11. How Could This Church Survive? by John F Fink

For more than twenty years of celebrating the written word, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books attracts over 150,000 book lovers across the country. At the LitFire Publishing booth (Booth 169), readers will have freebies and pleasant surprises to be given to them during the two-day event.

Get in touch with our LitFire Events to know how to participate in future book fairs and tradeshows.