My BEA 2014 experience was insane and in many ways, better than my experience at last year’s BEA. I ran into Libba Bray and Barry Lyga in the first 5 minutes stepping foot into BEA (more on that later), met Margot Wood (from HarperCollin’s EpicReads and The Real Fauxtographer), and talked to publishers, which was a feat. Photographic proof will be provided because it didn’t happen unless you have photos, right?
In all, BEA was a fun experience and I’m really happy that I had the chance to talk to publishers as well as meet people. I wish Reed Exhibitions planned BookCon better because there were a lot of confusion, especially because BookCon and BEA were two separate events.