Check Out The BookFest® Spring 2021, Happening April 17 and 18

The award-winning and always free-to-attend BookFest returns for it’s online bookish adventure. As the leader in virtual literary events, The BookFest produces vital conversations for those who love to read, and those who love to write.

The BookFest® returns for its 3rd virtual event with the Spring 2021 edition. The Bookfest is the leader in online book festivals.  The award-winning book event will be held on April 17th and 18th, 2021. The BookFest is free to attend, the programming will engage with those who love to read on Saturday the 17th, and then appeal to those who love to write on Sunday the 18th. The BookFest is presented by the Greater Los Angeles Society and Books That Make You.

Book lovers can look forward to a conversation with New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry. Their will also be a workshop with W. Craig Reed and New York Times bestselling author James Rollins. You’ll see a keynote from business leader and author Bert Sarkkenin. Attendees will be a part of panels presented by the Independent Writers of Southern California (IWOSC); the Women’s National Book Association’s Los Angeles Chapter (WNBA-LA); the Writers & Publishers Network (W&PN); and more.

Founder of The BookFest, Desireé Duffy, says, “We’re proud to present the third BookFest. In just a year our world has changed so much due to social distancing, but I am glad that we’re an agile team and able to produce this vital platform for the literary world. The BookFest Spring 2021 is going to be another fantastic bookish adventure and I invite everyone to join us from wherever they are in the world.”

Don’t miss out on the Big Bundle of Books Giveaway presented by Books That Make You, sign up now for our chance to win everything you need for a spring bookish picnic. You’ll also have a blast at the reimagined Live Ask an Author Chats, which will be hosted by Jenna Busch and Anastasia Washington, the co-hosts of the Hysterical podcast.

Attendees can also browse Virtual Booths, which are pages for BookFest partners, designed to be a substitute for a physical booth one might find at a festival. Book fans can also check out the Books Page which showcases books from authors of The BookFest.

The event will take place on, and visitors can find the live stream linked there on the day of the event. As well, it will stream through the Books That Make You Channel on YouTube and the Facebook Event Page.

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