Bloomington, IN (PRWEB) April 17, 2012
Author Solutions, Inc. (ASI), the world leader in indie book publishing, will host over 100 book signings at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, April 21–22 at the University of Southern California campus. With hundreds of thousands of potential readers in attendance, ASI’s presence at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books provides ASI self-published authors an excellent opportunity to exhibit and promote their works.
Over 90 authors—whose book topics cover all genres—have prescheduled book signings at the event, where they will each sign 75 complementary copies of their books. Additionally, participating ASI authors will be displaying their books at the ASI book gallery booth. ASI published books will also be available for sale at the Indie Author Bookstore which will be open for the length of the book fair.
All authors who have published with ASI’s self-publishing imprints including AuthorHouse, iUniverse, Trafford Publishing, Xlibris, Palibrio, Abbott Press, WestBow Press and Balboa Press had the opportunity to take advantage of these book marketing services. For more information about ASI, or for information about self-publishing, visit http://www.authorsolutions.com.
About Author Solutions, Inc.:
Author Solutions, Inc. (ASI) is owned by Bertram Capital and is the world leader in indie book publishing. ASI’s leading self-publishing imprints—AuthorHouse, AuthorHouse UK, iUniverse, Palibrio, Trafford Publishing and Xlibris—have helped more than 140,000 authors self-publish, promote and bring to market more than 180,000 titles. Through strategic alliances with leading trade publishers, ASI is making it possible to develop new literary talent efficiently and provide authors with a platform for bringing their books to market. Headquartered in Bloomington, Indiana, ASI’s global reach includes imprints developed specifically for authors in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit http://www.authorsolutions.com, and follow @authorsolutions on Twitter for the latest news.