Monday, November 23, 2009

2010 AAMBC National Conference


The 2010 AAMBC National Event is gearing up for another awesome time. This year we headed off the national event in San Antonio and on June 12, 2010 we take it to the mid-west in Chicago, Illinois. This year we are sure to please with all new themes and featured authors and book signings. Authors such as Tina Brooks McKinney, Pamela Samuel Young, Earl Sewell, Gwynneth Foster, Terra Little , and Shawna Hill have been announced the featured authors for the 2010 conference. National Best Seller Naleighna Kai will be the Key Note Speaker and also signing her books. Also you will have the opportunity to meet twelve attending authors ranging from Christian, romance, street, and poetry.

The day will kick off with a welcoming break fast, and then the doors open for the largest book signing of the day. Following the attending authors signings the featured authors will be meeting in the reserved rooms for Chocolate Chats and Book Discussions. Also there will be awesome vendors and make over’s provided by Kreatvie Looks. Just added to the list of event is the book club meeting with the founder Tamika Newhouse.

Next year there will be all sorts of goodies and giveaways and the launching of the AAMBC T Shirts and Bags. The best part is AAMBC still plans to bring you a twist with showcasing more independent authors then most of the book festival today.

The day will continue on with the Book Lover’s Dinner and the Keynote Speaker will announce the winners of the 2010 AAMBC Literary Awards. Wait... the fun will finally end with two full hours of poetry for the soul hosted by one of Chicago Lands own.

To guarantee your spot for the national event you must send your deposit in by December 15th and final registration ends March 15, 2010. Authors there is a limited number of authors attending and we strongly encourage you to reserve your table to this anticipated celebration of black literature early on.

To receive more details please go to www.aambcnationalmeeting.com

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