Monday, June 12, 2017

Brevard County Author Brings Anti-Bullying Book and Strategies to Orlando Book Festival

Award-winning Melbourne Author to Share How to Bring Social Issues into Light through Writing Books and Speaking to Kids

Orlando, Florida July 8th, 2017: “Your words have power!”--Jaimie Engle
Sharing her books and anti-bullying message in Brevard has proved a great joy to local award-winning author Jaimie Engle. On July 8th, 2017, Engle has been invited to speak on a panel about book promotion during the Orlando Book Festival, a free event open to the public on Saturday, July 8th at the Orlando Public Library downtown Orlando at 101 E. Central Blvd from 10am-4:45pm.

“Writing a great book is just the beginning,” shares Engle, who speaks to students in Florida about their part in bullying. “Gaining visibility in the marketplace, finding your niche audience, and creating opportunities to share your message are the hardest, yet most rewarding parts of the journey. It has opened doors allowing me to empower kids to stand up for themselves and others!”

Engle will be joined with over 20 authors including keynote speakers Adam Silvera and Jonathan Maberry. Her panel titled Book Promotion will take place in the Albertson Room from 11-11:50am where she will share best practices for book promotion alongside Heather Burch, Alethea Kontis, and Craig Pittman, moderated by Jennifer Morris of Coastal Magic Convention.

Along with her anti-bullying children’s book Clifton Chase and the Arrow of Light, Engle will be promoting her short story collection The Toilet Papers: places to go, while you go. This book received endorsement by a major company, and Engle will also share how other authors can collaborate with companies to promote their work.

For more information and to register go to To learn about Jaimie Engle visit There is no cost for this event, and author will be on site for autograph signings from 4-4:45pm.

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