Book Expo America 2013 approaches Thursday and for me it begins tomorrow with my first BEA Bloggers.
Over the last few years I’ve written regular prepping for BEA articles, pre-press of exciting titles being promoted, all that jazz. Each year before the show begins I want to have at least ONE article prior to the show that expels my excitement, lets fellow attendees, new and old know what to expect if they haven’t done the same amount of research I’ve done or something.
Each year this gets harder and harder. For the last couple weeks I’ve been collecting many links. Links of other folks prep articles, official websites of books that catch my eye, publishers schedules, events and more. I feel for this year it might be best for me to just share those actual links and let people pour through it as BEA 2013 looks to be pretty big and crazy especially with a Saturday packed to the gills of Neil Gaiman, Robbie Robertson and Jim Gaffigan. I guess for those Power Readers though they wanted to go ALL OUT!
Various Articles About How To Suvive Book Expo America
Word For Teens
BOOKS THAT I THINK HAVE ARCS or PROMOS or WHATEVER that look cool
Fantastic Family Whipple by Matthew Ward
Gareth Hinds’ Romeo & Juliet
The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey
The Facades by Eric Lundgren
LEGEND by Marie Lu
Yes, Let’s by Galen Goodwin Longstreth and Maris Wicks
Otto’s Backwards Day by Frank Cammuso
Cinders by Jan Brett
Circus Maximus by David Starkey
The-Rithmatist by Brandon Sanderson
The Ward by Jordana Frankel
Guides, Publishers Signing schedules,
MacMillan Kids schedule
Kirkus Guide to BEA
Publisher’s Weekly Guide to Children’s Galleys
First Second’s schedule
Alfred A. Knopf’s schedule
Other Press’ schedule
Shadow Mountain’s schedule
This is of course nowhere a near complete list, it’s not even EVERYTHING I’ve gathered, but I’ve got to keep some of my fun to myself or at least to in person sharing.
I hope you were able to pick up the ARCs that you wanted! I did get my hands on a copy of the Facades. Sounds like a good read.