Meet New Zealand authors and discover new books to read at the NZ Book Festival 2018
If you love books, The NZ Book Festival is one of the top FREE Auckland events not to be missed! Meet New Zealand authors and discover new books to read or buy for yourself or for someone else as a Christmas gift.
Entry to this family-friendly annual event is FREE, offering something for everyone, including good coffee and tasty treats to keep your energy up while you browse the selection of books for sale.
Readers discover new books to read
Readers can expect a great selection of authors with new books to read across a wide range of genres. Choose from mystery, fantasy, chick lit, historical romance and crime, as well as non-fiction and general fiction.
Discounts, competitions, activities, food and REAL coffee – there’s plenty to see and do for all ages! Be sure to check out what’s happening this year in the Kids Zone and other event favourites at the NZ Book Festival.
The go-to event for New Zealand authors
Independent New Zealand authors and emerging writers have plenty to look forward to at the NZ Book Festival 2017. There will be a range of businesses specialising in independent publishing services on hand to answer your questions and plenty of networking opportunities.
In 2015 it was called the NZ Independent Book Festival and held again on the North Shore.
The 2016 event secured its place as the NZ Book Festival in the calendars of readers and writers. Ninety exhibitors from as far away as Dunedin celebrated being a published indie author or an indie publisher at the Mt Eden War Memorial Hall on Dominion Road. The professional stands and books on offer showcased the very best creative New Zealand indie writers have to offer. Visitor numbers exceeded both the 2014 and 2015 festivals.
The NZ Book Festival brings writers and readers together to share their love of literature. We look forward to meeting you at the 2018 event.
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