Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
The Almost Famous Authors’ faire will showcase authors from around the region and will bring readers and writers together for a day of sharing the love for the written word!
Who: AFAF is the acronym for the Almost Famous Authors’ Faire.
What: The Almost Famous Authors’ Faire is being built as an phenomenal event for ‘Almost Famous’ authors of all ages and types of genres to showcase their fresh talent to readers of all ages!
When: The Almost Famous Authors’ Faire is being held November 7, 2009.
Where: The Almost Famous Authors’ Faire is being held in the magnificent Archibald Cochran Ballroom at the historic Galt House Hotel.
Why: The Almost Famous Authors’ Faire is being held to showcase ‘almost famous’ authors. There is a significant void in the venues that ‘almost famous’, authors have available to showcase their fresh writing talents directly to the reading public. The Almost Famous Authors’ Faire provides the perfect venue to bring these ‘almost famous’ authors together with avid readers that are starved for bright talent in this day of mind-numbing, remanufactured novels from the giant publishing venues that no long seek genuine talent, but only insane profit margins.
How: ‘Almost Famous’ authors from all over the United States, and even from abroad, are being invited to this exhilarating faire. The will be given a four-foot section of table to showcase their books. They will sell and autograph their treasures for eager readers, hungry for the fresh talent being offered to them. The ‘almost famous’ authors will keep all profits from the sell of their books, unlike other book faire in the state that stick their hands in the struggling ‘almost famous’ authors pockets and take away much of their profit.