Friday, March 5, 2010

Tucson Festival of Books

Last year the inaugural Tucson Festival of Books had almost 50,000 attendees. This annual event showcases local authors, libraries, bookstores and other literary-related organizations, and benefits local community literacy providers. In addition to almost 200 exhibitors, this event is also a huge writers' convention with lots of talks, panels and workshops from national authors etc.

And it's free!! It's on next weekend, March 13-14th, at the University of Arizona between 9.30 and 5.30 both days.

I'll be manning the Tucson Romance Writers of America booth (#116 along University Blvd, subject to change) on Sunday 2-4 pm and giving away ARCs (uncorrected bound galleys with full color cover - almost the real thing!) of Song of Scarabaeus to interested readers.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Sara,

I been reading the excerpt of your new book, and I find it very interesting. I'm into science fiction movies, but haven't found a book I like. Most lean toward the hard sciences, and that turns me off.

Wish you luck.

Connie Gillam
www.constancegillam.com