Book Chat With Sandra Wigzell , Organiser Of The Book Expo Australia

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This week we are in for a special treat. Today, Ken chats with Sandra Wigzell, Organiser of The Book Expo Australia.

The BEA will be the first of it's kind in Australia in the last 20 years, with authors and publishers attending the event in Sydney, Australia August 30th and 31st. The BEA is an expo for promoting Australian Publishers and Authors to readers. A great day out for families who love to read. Sydney Showground in August 2014.

Book Expo Australia (BE Aus – pronounced as B Oz) is where the avid reader comes to meet known and favourite authors and find new and emerging authors. Their creative offerings will encompass all genres, crime, fantasy, urban fantasy, chick lit, thriller-action, contemporary, children’s, YA and all other genres. Non-fiction will be covered across all interests; business, fitness, self help, craft cookery, military history, poetry, travel and biography. Plus, eBooks, audio books, graphic novels and comics and more will all have a place at the expo. If it can be written, it will be at BE Oz

Teachers, librarians and parents can uncover new books to excite younger readers and you can explore innovative learning methods and technologies to help those reluctant and challenged readers.

On show will be modern technologies and for those with impaired eyesight, you’ll find new ways to enjoy books. If you want to read faster, there will be something for you: all this can be investigated and tried.

Book Expo Australia will be held:

When – 30/31 August 2014

Where – Exhibition Hall 5, Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW 2127

Details on the Book Expo Australia can be found at:

http://www.bookexpoaustralia.com
https://www.facebook.com/bookexpoaustralia/info

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