Wednesday, October 17, 2018

author events

At Aiken Indie Author Day, all set up and ready

Last night, I was a guest author at Words and Wine in Columbia. Author Pat McNeely paid tribute to the late Rachel Haynie, whose work includes a video she produced that focuses on local artists and their work. She wrote 12 books about South Carolina, such as Myths and Mysteries of SC. Two other authors signed books—poet Al Black and non-fiction writer Sheila Morris

Guitarists, Ken Baldwin and Igo Agafonov play music as background to these events, a talented duo.

COMING UP: Words & Wine's Holiday Book Signing, November 20 at 6:00 PM. The venue is Jubilee Circle, 2627 Millwood Ave. in Columbia, SC.
I won a drawing at Indie Author Day and what a win -- Great basket!

I, along with 30 other authors, participated in the Indie Author Day in Aiken on Saturday, October 13. The Aiken chapter of the SC Writers’ Association and the Aiken Public Library did a great job of organizing this event. I enjoyed meeting other authors.

Programs scheduled throughout the day covered subjects such as marketing techniques and publishing. Raegan Teller a fellow author of the Columbia II workshop was on a panel that discussed the pitfalls of writing a series of novels. The day would have been a great success had there been more traffic.

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