Independent book marketing and self-publishing firm ReadersMagnet is set to take part in the 2017 Frankfurt International Book Fair. The event will take place on October 11 to 15, 2017 at the Frankfurt Trade Fair grounds in Frankfurt, Germany.

ReadersMagnet will represent around 300 authors, some of them having two or three books for exhibit at the Frankfurt Book Fair. More than 300 titles in various genres, such as thriller, romance, religious/spiritual, health/medicine, self-help, memoir and more by different publishing companies will be displayed. Literature fans and book lovers should check out the ReadersMagnet stand for noteworthy books, such as:

  • David and the Old Man by William Zemba, about the author’s anorexic brother and their relationship with their farmer-father
  • Africans and Americans: Embracing Cultural Differences by Joseph Mbele, wherein the author teaches readers how to navigate the differences between two cultures
  • Bridges by Leatha Patton, a post-Civil War novel
  • A Birthday To Die For by Frank Atchley, which involves a Satanic cult abuse attempt of a 26-year-old woman
  • The Box Top to Life’s Puzzle: Examining Life’s Mystery from a Distinctive Perspective by Marcus Hurst, wherein the author answers some of life’s tough questions
  • One Life: An Afghan Remembers by Abdul Safi, a memoir of an educator
  • The Road At St. Liseau: A Novel of Espionage in World War II by Thomas W. Becker, a romantic spy thriller set in wartime France
  • When Grass Was Green by Sarah M. Krazinski, a historical coming-of-age novel about an Irish American girl
  • How I Beat Macular Degeneration in the Early Stages and How You Can, Too! by Alan N. McClain, a total health guide that aims to improve vision and overall health
  • In the Beginning: Hijacking of the Religion of God by Sami M. El-Soudani, a critique of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam in three separate volumes

About the Frankfurt Book Fair

Called the Frankfurter Buchmesse in German, the Frankfurt Book Fair is the world’s largest trade fair for books and the most important international trade fair for content. More than just being an international book fair, it is a major cultural festival that features a diverse and global atmosphere. Last year, the organizers hosted 7,153 exhibitors from 106 countries. The Frankfurt Book Fair is also a center of international media world where thousands of accredited journalists and bloggers converge to cover the event. Frankfurt, after all, is the international hub of the publishing industry.