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I really enjoyed myself [at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books]. I pray I sell more books online that I did at the fair.
Thank You! The Theater of Life
Felton Perry aka Ev'yaY-Eulasson
My experience on April 21, 2018 as an author whose participation in the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books was good.
I was there just about three hours, and had the opportunity to meet and greet some of the Los Angeles reading public, and sold a book or two. A few friends stopped by and supported my effort.
Thank you and your team for all that you did to make my participation in LATFOB a personal success.
P.S. The full page ad in the WayFairer Magazine is awesome!
Between Tomorrow and Yesterday
I enjoyed my time at the LATFOB, meeting and talking with a couple of your [LF] other authors as well as mingling with those people who came by to inquire about my book. I signed and gave away 10 copies, along with the bookmarks and mini badges, and overall it was a worthwhile experience.
Thank you for your hard work in putting this together for your LitFire authors.
The Poe Consequence
Arthur M. Pattison
You people have done a master job ! I am VERY impressed and pleased, especially on the front cover! Poems across My Path
I was about to give up on this new book that you guys did. But when I saw the cover together with the layout and the interior, I shouted, “Yes! This is the one that I really wanted.” Parenting & Educating with Wisdom
Years ago, I self-published several books of photos as well as a memoir. I had no expectation that any of it would go further, until a few months ago when LitFire contacted me to republish one of my books. That done, it has led to republishing a second memoir and now a website to encompass everything. The individuals I've worked with at LitFire have consistently been professional, helpful, and a pleasure to work with. America in Black and White
When LitFire suggested that I appear in one of the local theaters to promote my books, I had no idea what to expect. LitFire supplied a beautiful portable display booth and two “standees” for the theater. The most amazing thing is to see your book and illustrations on the big screen. Mindy and I were overwhelmed at the response of the viewers. Ultimately, it is safe to say, we truly enjoyed every minute of it. Squirrelly the Squirrel and Starlett
I have had a wonderful experience working with Litfire Publishing. I found all the representatives most eager to help me in each phase of the publishing process. I thought they did a beautiful job on the design of my book, and I felt the pricing was very fair and reasonable. I would highly recommend LitFire to anyone wanting to publish a book. Suzie Slither’s Woods
On demand publishing is great—and LitFire is the greatest. They have seven of my books in a series about Bible prophecy. Ivan Curtis and Sophia Meyers lead a crew that processed the whole thing in six months. Their trust has been earned and I am excited to work with them again. The Christian Track
The luckiest day of my literary life occurred the day LitFire Publishing approached me to publish under its banner. LitFire Publishing has been refreshingly author-friendly toward me in professionally promoting and marketing my books. I’ve enjoyed the exceptional attention they have paid to me for my success. It has been an absolute joy working with them. A Long Stretch of Blue
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Matters of the Heart with Author Ana Weber at the Tucson Festival of Books
When things don’t work out between you and your partner, how can you move on? In Dumped: The Ultimate Guide to Starting Over, Ana Weber speaks from her own heartbreak. In this interview, she shares her journey as a self-published author with LitFire and her experience at Tucson Festival of Books.
Author Jenna Ellis Talks Publishing at London Book Fair
The American way lives on because of its legacy of laws and faith. In The Legal Basis for a Moral Constitution: A Guide for Christians to Understand America’s Constitutional Crisis, Jenna Ellis digs deep into where the United States is going based on where it’s gone. As we interview her, see for yourself what LitFire can do for your book.