Brains to Books CyberConvention conventional Thank You!






As we prepare to launch the second annual B2BCyberCon, the largest CyberConvention known to, well, gnomes and elves, fantasy heroes and heroines, historical fiction figures, you get it...on April 8, 9 and 10 (this Friday, Saturday and Sunday) it's appropriate to give a special shout out to one particular person.

Angela B Chrysler is the Brain behind Brain to Books CyberConvention and a whole slew of other creative ideas on how Indie Authors can spread the word about their works. Check out Angela B Chrysler's great website here or find her on Goodreads Author page here
Thank you Angela for coming up with the idea and calling us all forth to contribute, invest in and
have fun with this great convention online!



Aurelia is the brains behind the Convention's Panel Discussions. To check out her handy work on Google + go here  or for the youtube presentation here
Or find her work on Aurelia's Virtual Book Club here  Big kudos to Aurelia Marie Casey!
Aurelia Marie Casey's Goodreads Author site can be accessed here



C.C.Rogers has created an amazing set of maps of our Fairgrounds. Look at her Goodreads author page here then cruise on over to the Map of our Fairgrounds here She has made navigating our Fairgrounds possible and easy! So many thanks to C.C. Rogers!

Joe Compton created an expression of his ingenuity called #GoIndieNow Check it out and a great big thank you to Joe for hosting round the clock live feed of our convention! Yes, you read that right!
Big hand of applause to Joe!

Dawn and Jay Norry of Sudden Insight Publishing took our show literally on the road with them to a live convention in LA! That's using tech at its best! Go here to explore their world of publishing for the Indie Author. Thank you Dawn and Jay Norry!

A.F. Stewart jumped in early and held on through the months offering fun interviews with all authors. Find A. F. Stewart here on Goodreads   Kudos A.F. Stewart for helping us all spread our words farther.

Finally Kori D. Miller of Back Porch Writers brought her considerable skills as an interviewer to the live podcast portion of our event. Check out her Goodreads page here   Cheers and great big pats on the back for your contributions, Kori!
Then if you're into podcasts check hers out on Back Porch Writer at BlogTalk radio here

That's the list of those who offered their skills and knowledge freely, their time and their energy unstintingly. Thank you to all above!

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