Book enthusiasts, the wait is almost over! The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is just around the corner, and this year’s event promises to be bigger and better than ever. Taking place on April 22-23, 2023 at the University of Southern California, this festival is America’s largest book festival and attracts an estimated 150,000 attendees every year.
One of the highlights of the festival will be Black Château and Books That Make You, who will be showcasing a variety of authors and their books at Booth #153 (Gold Zone).
Visitors to Booth #153 can expect to meet authors, get their books signed, and participate in fun activities with the chance to win bookish prizes. This is the perfect opportunity for book lovers of all ages to discover new books and authors and to connect with like-minded individuals who share their passion for reading.
Some of the authors and books that will be highlighted at Booth #153 include:
- T.L. Bequette – Good Lookin’: A Joe Turner Mystery
- Randi Braun – Something Major: The New Playbook for Women at Work
- Virginia Fox – Rocky Mountain Yoga: Rocky Mountain Romances Book 1
- Deborah Levine Herman – Spiritual Writing: From Inspiration to Publication
- Steven Joseph – Snoodles in Space: A Snoodle, The Zoodle Kidoodles, and One Happy Schmoodle
- Kelly Anne Manuel – The World Small, The Boots Rain, The Catcher Dream, My Name Is Light
- Raye Mitchell – What Does It Profit by G.A. Blakely
- Debbie Monteggia – Tears of Change
- John Palisano – Dust of The Dead
- Rebecca Inch-Partridge – Escaping the Dashia
- Mike Robinson – Skunk Ape Semester
- E.A. Smiroldo – The Silent Count
- Sara Winokur – Double Blind: The Icelandic Manuscript Murders
With such a diverse range of books and authors, there is sure to be something for everyone at Booth #153. Whether you’re a fan of mystery novels, romance novels, or non-fiction books, you’ll find plenty of options to choose from.
In addition to the authors and books on display at Booth #153, visitors to the festival can also enjoy a variety of other activities, including author panels, live readings, and book signings. There will be over 500 authors and exhibitors at the festival, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to discover new books and meet the people who wrote them.
If you can’t attend the festival in person, be sure to follow Black Château and Books That Make You on their social media sites for live updates and feeds. You can find them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok.
For more information about the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, visit their website. This is an event you won’t want to miss!