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So what did you do last weekend? We were at the Los Angeles Festival of Books

Posted on May 4, 2011 by in Active Rain | 0 comments

So what did you do last weekend? We were at the Los Angeles Festival of Books

The Los Angeles Festival of Books celebrated its sixteenth year, never the less it was a first. This was the first time that the University of Southern California was the host. The previous fifteen years UCLA was the host location.

The Galloping Gourmet

 For those of you who are not familiar with Los Angeles it is like day and night. One campus is on the West Los Angeles area Brentwood, Century City and West Los Angeles Adjacent (UCLA). The other is Downtown a closed campus with a very visible Campus Police Force.(USC)

map of USC Campus

The Festival of Books is always a fun event as a Book collector and Autograph seeker of Authors this is a must attend event. No matter where it is held it is guaranteed to be hot. Even though Downtown is generally hotter than the west side, off we went with some reservation on my part.

sign of college life(USC)

Now you must remember the Festival is a Lot of fun, but you will be standing in lines to meet authors, fellow book lovers, book sellers and a lot of traffic. If this is not your cup of tea, than I hope you had fun whatever you were doing last weekend.

The Volunteer Parking area(USC)

We had a blast, so this is just a tease of many more posts and pictures about this great event.

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