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One Big Book Launch Opens For Author Submissions

Posted at 4:12PM Monday 10 Mar 2014

CompletelyNovel have teamed up with Literally PR to offer independent authors the unique opportunity to launch their books simultaneously, at a highly-publicised event.

On April 30th 2014, 10 outstanding authors will be chosen to share publicity, readers and celebrations at The Free Word Centre in London, UK, among members of the press, literary scouts and their family and friends.

Book Launches are often an event for family and friends only, as unknown authors struggle to attract large crowds and press. It's time to make sure good books get read.

Submissions are now open for authors to submit their books for inclusion in the event.

https://completelynovel.com/press/one-big-book-launch




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