ReadersMagnet brings forth life lessons, stories of hope and healing in the upcoming 24th Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.


Joining for the first time, self-publishing company ReadersMagnet is excited to present its line-up for the book display and book signing event in the upcoming 2019 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

The ReadersMagnet Book Signing event is scheduled for two days. The largest book fair in the country this spring will be held this April 13-14 at the University of Southern California.

The authors who will complete the line-up for Day 1 are Diane Davies (Jeannie Ann’s Grandma Has Breast Cancer), Ingrid Kern (Triumph: Taming the Monster Within), Dana Haynes (GPS for the Soul: Wisdom of the Master), and Lydia Greico (Because It’s Wrong: Bullies vs Nazis)  


Diane Davies successfully weaved a warm blanket of comforting narrative through Jeannie Ann’s Grandma Has Breast Cancer


Jeannie Ann's Grandma Has Breast Cancer

Jeannie Ann’s Grandma Has Breast Cancer was published 15 years after Diane Davies was diagnosed with breast cancer.


How do we tell our young that we are sick? Cancer seems like a taboo topic for kids. However, author Diane Davies thinks differently. In Jeannie Ann’s Grandma Has Cancer, Davies paints a different approach in talking to children about a health tragedy such as breast cancer.

Jeannie Ann’s Grandma Has Breast Cancer is a brave attempt to break the conservative norm that kids will never understand the issues involving medical challenges. Diane Davies, herself a grandmother and a cancer survivor, offers a haunting yet healing narrative.

Ingrid Kern preaches persistence and resilience in Triumph.



Ingrid Kern’s inspiring story about overcoming one’s dark past and following your dreams.

Author Ingrid Kern is not someone you would see as an abuse survivor. A successful Olympian, a model, a published author and an award-winning poet, Ingrid Kern suffered physical, mental and emotional abuse from her alcoholic father.

In her work Triumph: Taming the Monster Within, Kern discusses the torment and discouragement she underwent growing up with her dad. In one part of the book, she tells us how her father was against her pursuit of athletics and how she eventually found the courage to follow her own dreams to become the person she is today.

Hope springs from stories of truth and righteousness.


GPS for the soul

Dana Hayne’s GPS for the Soul and Lydia Greico’s Because It’s Wrong.

Dana Hayne’s GPS for the Soul: Wisdom of the Master is a masterful display of wits and wisdom as she shares her thoughts on various topics such as marriage, addictions, food, social issues and her learnings both from her world travels and from the lessons she learned from her teacher- His Holiness M.R. Bawa Muhaiyaddeen.

Licensed psychiatric technician and author Lydia Greico will extend her anti-bullying campaign to LA Times Festival of Books as she promotes her second book Because It’s Wrong: Bullies vs Nazis.

Greico sharply points out certain aspects of bullying that are often missed out including parents’ denial to accept that their kids are either bullies or victims of bullying. With Lydia Greico’s extensive academic and professional background in Psychology, her book proves to be a teaching tool for parents, teachers, and those who want to fight bullying.

These four remarkable authors will join others this spring as ReadersMagnet joins the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books for the first time. And the line-up is still open. Call ReadersMagnet today and avail of their Book Fair Content Distribution services to join the largest book fair in the country this April. You can reach them at their Office Number: (619) 354 2643 Toll Free Number: (800) 805 0762 Fax Number: (661) 338 1442 and enjoy top of the line publishing services.