NCBPMA Summer Cocktail Celebration

It’s the first-ever NCBPMA Summer Cocktail Celebration!  You and your fellow booklovers are invited to stop by the Hotel Rex on Wednesday, August 31st from 5:30 – 7:00 pm for some after-work socializing, networking and libations…the first one’s on us*!

Our FREE “end of summer” celebration is a great opportunity to chat with your colleagues in the organization, network within our rapidly changing industry, and toast the new season of Fall books rolling out next month.

Plus, we’ll be joined by LITQUAKE, and announcing an exciting new partnership that offers our members on-going invitations to special advance-screenings of upcoming feature films–based on books!

As a member you’ll receive a free drink, reduced prices for our monthly luncheons, our monthly MUSE, and access to the large, lively and diverse publishing community–right here in the Bay Area.

In addition, you won’t want to miss:

FREE admission for you and your guests

FREE Bring a Book/Take a Book exchange (first come, first served!)

FREE first drink for current or newly enrolling NCBPMA members

FREE bookmarks for THE HELP, America’s #2 film (based on the book)

FREE bookmarks for SARAH’S KEY, the new novel-to-film, out now

FREE bookmarks for ONE DAY, the upcoming book-to-film

RAFFLE: NCBPMA membership, LitQuake merch, more! ($1 tix)

It’s always hard to say goodbye to summer, especially when you know the busy Fall season is just ahead. So come have fun at NCBPMA’s first Summer Cocktail Celebration!

RSVP to this special event BY NOON MONDAY, AUGUST 29 to ncbpma@ncbpma.org. Be sure to include your name, any guest names, membership status, and the name(s) of your organization.

*NCBPMA members only

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