National Book Festival lures huge crowds of readers
“For the die-hard book lovers of Washington, the Mall was the perfect place for the celebrated National Book Festival, the largest festival of its kind in the country. There was a certain magic, festivalgoers said, as people wandered by and became entranced by one author or another and decided to stay. There were times that agitated protesters nearby fell under the spell of a good story and put down their signs to listen.”
The South’s largest book festival was also very busy: A Visual Recap of the 2014 AJC Decatur Book Festival
Goodness knows, we’re flooded with enough news every day to make us want to hibernate. So, it does a writer good to see that people are still coming out to learn more about books and authors.
And there’s more to come: