FAPA Conference has a Bookstore!

FAPA Conference has a Bookstore!

by Jun 19, 2018Programs and Events

This year the FAPA Annual Conference will feature a bookstore where FAPA members and 2018 Book Award Finalists can sell their books. Authors who self-publish will be paid 60% of the retail price for any books sold. Books should be hand-delivered to the onsite bookstore at the Hilton, starting at 10:00 AM on Friday, August 3, and any unsold books collected by 10:00 PM on Saturday, August 4.

A consignment form will need to be completed for the Murder on the Beach Bookstore when the books are delivered.? Up to 5 titles may be submitted per author. It is suggested that 3-5 copies of each title be provided to the bookstore; however, authors may bring extra copies, in case they are needed. Prices must be listed on all books. Authors will be paid within 30 days.

For authors who use a traditional publisher and wish to have their books sold at the conference, email your publisher?s name, book title(s), author name, and ISBN numbers to murdermb@gate.net by July 1 with FAPA Books in the Subject line. Murder on the Beach Bookstore will contact your publisher directly. Any traditionally published books submitted after July 1 may be subject to the same consignment procedure for self-published authors.

If you have any questions, contact Angelina Assanti at angelina.assanti@myfapa.org.

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