The 2011 Nashville International Book Festival takes place June 3rd through 5th at RiverGate Mall in Goodlettsville, Tennessee. Throughout the mall will be local television, government and sports personalities reading for 30 minutes to a group of children or students. Authors will also sell and sign their books and novels and there will be several no cost literary workshops, classes and panel discussions open to the general public. For more information or if you want to participate please go to www.NashvilleInternationalBookFestival.info or you can call us at 313.862.5000. Thanks and we hope to see and hear you at the "Celebrity Read Out".
Dear Alexander, thank you for the lovely card. It means a lot to me since my hubby abruptly ended our marriage a few days ago for no good reason he could give, except that he had to "find himself" (all over again, I might. LOL. This is the 3rd time he's done it). Anyway, sorry, I don't mean to dampen the spirits. LOL. But thank you from the bottom of my heart--how nice to get a Valentine's day card from you. In Australia it's now early morning of the 15th of Feb, so thank God Valentine's day is over for me. I was a bit sad last night with all that's been happening.
Thanks for the friend request, AD. Nice profile! All the best, and continued success with your creative endeavors. A steady diet of fish has done me well. I'm sure yours taste as good as it looks. Feel free to visit me at my website - The 'GOoD' Life!
And the saga continues; especially as it relates to marketing the book and finding my niche audience. Yes, the book is on Amazon and Barnes & Nobles, and other online bookstores. Enjoy. I love books about the South, and will as well, get a copy of yours. Happy Reading.
Thanks, Alexander, after viewing thousands of stock photos, this one worked for me. For me, didn't have the luxury of hiring a book designer. Got a chance to visit your page, we may have some mutual friends from Vicksburg. Small world, huh. Love the title and concept for your book, too. Seems like an interesting read, especially from one who grew up in the Georgia.