Friday, April 17, 2009

Great Midwest Book Fest 2009 - Hosted by Urban Reviews - 7/25/09

Urban Reviews is holding its first annual GREAT MIDWEST BOOK FEST on July 25, 2009 from 1pm-4pm at Bradley's (4740 N Bradley Road) in Milwaukee, WI. There will be a total of 8-10 African American authors selling their books in a book fair setting. This event will be FREE and open to the public.

Our Main Attraction authors include:

Danita Carter (Peer Pleasure)
Tina Brooks McKinney (Dubious, Fool Stop Trippin', Lawd, Mo Drama)
Bettye Griffin (A New Kind Of Bliss, Once Upon A Project, If These Walls Could Talk)
Michelle Larks ('Til Debt Do Us Part, The Legacies, Keeping Misery Company).

The other 4-6 authors will be local authors and will be announced shortly.

Bookmark this page now:

This is the official website for all the information about the GREAT MIDWEST BOOK FEST 2009 event. You will be able to register right on the website and be eligible for the RSVP Gift Basket that will be given out during the event. You will find a map and directions to Bradley's, links to the official websites for each of the featured authors, and learn how you can be one of the 100 lucky attendees to receive a FREE SWAG BAG (which will include an additional FREE book).
If you are an author, publisher, or literary organization that would like to be a sponsor, please visit the website for a link to download our SPONSOR INQUIRY letter. Whether it is a monetary donation, advertising in the souvenir ad journal, or donating books or promotional items to the SWAG bags, there is definitely a way to get yourself introduced to a whole new group of readers.

PLEASE take the time now to help spread the word about this event. There are links on the event website as well as on your RSVP confirmation page that enable you to send out emails to your friends, family members and co-workers as well as post the information straight to your Facebook, Twitter, Myspace accounts. Feel free to forward this email message too.
We really want this event to be a success, not only for ourselves and the featured authors, but for Milwaukee as a whole. We would love to continue hosting this event every year, and we need the support of our fellow book lovers to spread the word. Based on the success of this event, who knows how big the GREAT MIDWEST BOOK FEST 2009 could be one day.

If you have any questions, please contact us at at any time.

Radiah of Urban Reviews

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