For two years during the annual BlogHer conference, they set up a "bookstore" booth where bloggers could sell books they had authored. There was no bookstore at BlogHer 11 so I'm not sure if it will continue to be a part of the conference or not. You can keep up with what's happening with BlogHer conferences at http://www.blogher.com/.
Dawn, I am following you. Contact me any time you have writing questions you think I can help you with - my pleasure! I have a now mid-grade book out for boys + a short story "tease" that kids or parents can REVIEW and give themselves a chance to WIN a free copy of "Taconi and Claude."
So I would love you to interview me about it and my other books as well - or about critiquing manuscripts. I have clients worldwide. My private e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org - contact me there.
Lovely to be in touch Dawn, and I look forward to hearing from you.
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