Inside Out Festival: Monday 20th October – Sunday 26th October

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Byte the Book’s founder, Justine Solomons, is speaking at the Inside Out Festival this Wednesday 22nd October, please do come along if you’re in town. Here are some more details:

Inside Out Festival 2014

This year’s Inside Out Festival, curated and produced by The Culture Capital Exchange (TCCE) in association with Times Higher Education, returns with a characteristically sagacious and diverse mix of debates, performances, walks, talks, symposiums, screenings, and exhibitions, inviting the curious and inquisitive to immerse themselves in a rich cultural programme created in collaboration with 11 London universities. The festival runs from Monday 20 through to Sunday 26 October with most events completely free.

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Inside Out Festival presets Getting Your Book Noticed Online

The advent of social media and new technology has had a huge impact on how books are marketed.  So what are the best ways for an author to get their book noticed today? And what lessons can be learnt from the phenomenal rise of the professional self-published author? Join PR and Social Media Guru Chris McCrudden (Midas PR), Justine Solomons, Founder of Bytethebook and all-round expert on the publishing industry, and acclaimed novelist and commentator Polly Courtney, for a lively panel discussion, chaired by Emily Pedder, Course Director The Novel Studio, City University London. Refreshments: Glass of wine/soft drink afterwards.

Date&Time: Wed 22 October 2014, 6.30pm – 7.30pm

Ticket details:   £10 per ticket. Book here: http://www.city.ac.uk/events/2014/oct/getting-your-book-noticed-online

Address: City University London, College Building, St John Street, London EC1V 4PB

Link to websitewww.insideoutfestival.org.uk/2014/events/getting-your-book-noticed-online

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