Sunday, April 3, 2011

An amazing opportunity for Authors

This is a great opportunity for authors to get into the industry.  The lady that's putting this on knows her stuff and you'll get a lot of bang for your buck! Check it out!

Book Bloggers and Publishers Online Conference allows authors, bloggers, reviewers and publishers to get together online and talk about the industry, promoting books, and working together. We will have publishers, editors, bloggers and authors to give their opinion about genres, blog tours, reviews, publicity, and improving communications within the book community.
Publishers Attending: Penguin, Kensington, Samhain, Bell Bridge, Wild Rose Press, Simon and Schuster, Bloomsbury, Egmont, Lyrical Press, MLR, Ravenous Romance, Dreamspinner Press, Source Books, Breathless Press, Eirelander, and more.

You can check out the topics at http://bbpcon.blogspot.com

Registration is $45 for 5 days - Depending on Genre You will receive more than the price of admittance  in free books - Shipping of $7 or under may be added for the shipping on the large print giveaways.  If money is an issue please email us and see about helping with the conference in exchange for attending.

More information on the panels can be found below.
Legal Issues and Book Blogging - everything a blogger should know about disclosing book sources, the FTC guidelines and the new blog subscription system via Amazon and copyright issues.
The Financial Side of Book Blogging - as affiliates, what do we need to claim on our taxes? Does our revenue have to reach a certain level before we're liable? Is monetizing our sites really worth it?
Audio Books - How to get them and how to review them.
Publisher Blogs
What Publishers Look For in a Blog - find out what publishers want to see in a review site.
Vlogs?!? What are They? How do They Work? - how long should they be? What's their draw? Tips and hints to make them better.
Young Adult Books, What is Coming Out and Who is Reading
Reviewing under 18? - Tips on being professional and how to approach publishers.
Is YA White Washed? - What can be talked about? What goes to far? Is realism lost?
YA Blogging Over 30? 40? 50? - approaching the genre from a different perspective and the authors writing it.
What Publicity Departments Do - Hear from the houses and better understand what they are looking for.
Self Publishing is Changing - What do we think? Why authors are choosing it and how self-publishing works. With the changing technology, as reviewers, are we more willing to review these titles?
PopUp Publishers - Where are they all coming from?!? - Finding and reviewing new publishers. What are we looking for when we read their books?
Reviewing: Print vs. Ebooks
Single vs Multiple Reviewer Sites - Pros and Cons
A Mission Statement for Your Blog
Attending Live Events as a Blogger - Hear from bloggers who have attended Romantic Times Book Lovers Convention, Authors After Dark, and the Book Expo of America.
Promoting Your Site - Discussion on both passive and active marketing ideas.
Negative and Positive Reviews and Why both are Needed
Authors, Bloggers, Publishers Behaving Badly
Blogger Burnout - Learn different approaches for getting over the burn.
Time Management -
What Bloggers WANT - publishers are not mind readers, what would make it easier for us?
The Design & Technical Side of Blogging - Learn how to track stats; the intricacies of Technorati, Feedburn, Google Friend Connect, etc; HTML & CSS tricks.
How to Help Authors Give Us What We Want  


Congratulations on the upcoming release




























































Blurb












Kari thinks a weight loss spell is worth a try. Unfortunately, the spell is a trick that unleashes a centuries old famine demon.










Fallen Guardian Angel Rahmiel once defeated the demon and was bound so he could fight it if it ever descended to the earth again. But there is the little problem of his imprisonment in an ice prison. What he needs is a bonding ceremony with a human woman--like Kari.

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