Author Solutions, Inc., to Feature More than 350 Indie Titles in Book Gallery at 2011 American Library Association Conference

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Featured Books Cross All Genres from a Variety of ASI Imprints

Author Solutions, Inc., the world leader in indie book publishing, announced Monday it will feature more than 350 indie book titles in booth #2623 at the 2011 American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference from June 23-28 at Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.

In addition to the indie book gallery, ASI publishing professionals will be on hand to consult with aspiring authors. Representatives of all ASI imprints, including AuthorHouse, iUniverse, Xlibris and Trafford Publishing, will be available to help authors determine which publishing options fit their goals best.

“We’re pleased to be returning the ALA Conference again this year. Those in the library industry have always been so supportive of the opportunities indie publishing offers writers and equally enthusiastic about the increased choices readers have available to them since publishing’s gone indie,” said Keith Ogorek, senior vice president of marketing.

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About Author Solutions, Inc.
Author Solutions, Inc. (ASI) is owned by Bertram Capital and is the world leader in indie book publishing—the fastest-growing segment of publishing. ASI’s self-publishing brands—AuthorHouse, AuthorHouse UK, iUniverse, Trafford Publishing and Xlibris,—have helped more than 90,000 authors self-publish, promote, and bring to market nearly 140,000 new titles. Through strategic alliances with leading trade publishers, ASI is making it possible to develop new literary talent efficiently and provide authors a platform for bringing their books to market. Headquartered in Bloomington, Indiana, ASI also operates offices in Indianapolis. For more information, visit and follow us on Twitter @authorsolutions.


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