BEA Reminder

A friendly reminder that tomorrow, Saturday, I’ll be at the NetGalley Blogger Signing Booth at 12 noon, in booth #4077. You can see the complete schedule of blog-tastic awesomeness over at Follow the Reader.

The best part? Blogger trading cards created by Melissa Klug from Glatfelter Paper. I’m so curious and cannot wait to see them.

Simon Owens over at Bloggasm interviewed Edward Champion about participating in the signing, and the quotes from Champion, Kat Meyer, and Fran Toolan are well worth reading as they illustrate, I think, how using traditional methods of publishing communication (i.e. book signings) in a different ways (bloggers! signing…air!) can create new ways to connect:

what was first a tongue-in-cheek suggestion quickly turned into a serious idea for how to connect bloggers with not only their avid readers, but also the publishing industry whose books they constantly promote.

I’m so looking forward to BEA, I can’t even tell you. I hope you’ll stop by to introduce yourself if you’re there.

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    azteclady says:

    :sigh: I wish I could go! :sigh:

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    Lady T says:

    I’m planning to be at BEA tomorrow,Sarah,and look forward to meeting you(and maybe have you sign my copy of BHB,if that’s cool).

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    I’ll be there booth mate! :)

    I must go to bed! zzzzzZZZzzz

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    Lady T says:

    It was great meeting you yesterday,Sarah-thanks for signing my copy of BHB and for making me one of your Tweets:)

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    Natalie says:

    I was so stoked to see you on the BEA schedule and meeting you was awesome. As I said then, I’m a big fan (I even got my friend hooked on this blog, she came to meet you too) and it was great to meet you.

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    SB Sarah says:

    Lady T and Natalie: it was very cool to meet you, too! Thank you for stopping by the blogger booth – and for being so excited to meet me. That’s immensely flattering, I can’t even tell you.

    And Jessica Kennedy is awesome, y’all. Srsly.

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