See You at the 2015 AJC Decatur Book Festival with Exciting Book Marketing Options from LitFire

One of the leading self-publishing companies in Atlanta, Georgia is displaying its authors’ books to festival goers this coming September.

Success comes in small, or rather, localized steps. That is why LitFire Publishing is taking its authors to the 2015 Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) Decatur Book Festival this coming September 4-6, 2015 at the historic Decatur Square in Atlanta, Georgia.

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The self-publishing service provider will display and sell copies of their authors’ books throughout the whole event. This is the perfect opportunity for authors to market their books and earn the spotlight that their book deserves.

Aside from that, they will also organize a book donation drive that will help both exhibitors and authors from worrying about the extra copies of their books after the event. These donated books will be given to different organizations and institutions like public schools, universities, communities, charity groups, public libraries, book clubs, and more.

If anyone is interested in sharing their work to the world, you can drop by LitFire’s booth at Booth 121 and leave the donated books to their representatives during the event. Or, if you’re an exhibitor, you can just mark the books for donation and leave them on top of your tables or boxes for LitFire’s staff to collect. The scheduled rounds for book collection are on September 5-6 at 6:00PM. Visit www.litfirepublishing.com/donation for more details.

Everyone is invited to check out different books and meet their favorite authors during the AJC Decatur Book Festival. Moreover, LitFire is offering a limited slot for authors who want to sell their books during the event but it’s on a first come, first serve basis. For more information, please contact their marketing specialists at info@litfirepublishing.com or 1.800.511.9787.

About AJC Decatur Book Festival

It’s the largest independent book festival in the U.S. where authors can do book signings, book readings, and panel discussions. It’s a community-based non-profit event that also hosts other fun activities like live music, parades, cooking demonstrations, poetry slams, writing workshops, and more.