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PRESS RELEASE
November 2007

ONLINE BOOK FAIR BOOSTS INDEPENDENT PUBLISHING


Following great interest at the London Book Fair and the Bologna Children's Book Fair in April 2007, www.bookfaironline.net is now online.


"www.bookfaironline.net is a very simple concept - an online book fair, available all year round, that is flexible, convenient and inexpensive, " explains Francesca Spranzi, the founder of the project. "After 10 years of visiting book fairs I still worry that I could be missing some great opportunities. With www.bookfaironline.net you don't have to rely on meeting a familiar face, or being judged on the size of your stand."


So is www.bookfaironline.net in direct competition with book fairs?

"No, www.bookfaironline.net is a complementary service for authors, agents and publishers. We all know that fairs can be productive, but they can also be hard work and very expensive. www.bookfaironline.net is not confined to one place - it runs all year, and you can browse from your desk by the subjects you specialise in.



 

 

 

As an author you have the opportunity to promote your work to a worldwide audience; as an agent, you might find an undiscovered gem; and as a publisher with a new project in hand there is no need to wait until the right fair happens. You can offer as little as one book for a week, or the pick of your back-list at a fraction of the cost for a trade journal ad."


What else makes www.bookfaironline.net unique?


We are all interested in the emerging markets, but don't know how to approach them. www.bookfaironline.net makes it simple, by providing an independent platform that's easily accessible from anywhere in the world"


Read the article in The Bookseller, 8th February 2008, here

 

   
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