I enjoyed meeting a fellow military brat at the 2018 AJC Decatur Book Festival. I got a big laugh when I told the audience how much fun my Hills Academy High School students had reading my story, “Marbles Anyone?” Afterwards, I surprised the entire class by suggesting we draw a big circle in the middle…
I met authors at the Nancy Guinn Library, April 14, 2018, in Conyers, Georgia. I also met some avid readers, talked to some interesting people, and sold a few books. It was a great day for “A Look Back in Time: Memoir of a Military Kid in the 50’s-Vol. II.
Hope to see Colonel Arnold R. Goodson, United States Army (Retired), assisting me at the Nancy Guinn Memorial Library Children’s Author Expo in Conyers, Georgia, Saturday (April 14, 2018) from 1 – 3 PM. We expect to meet some avid readers, talk to some interesting authors, and sell a few books. Sure beats doing KP…
It’s a good day when you can share it with happy book lovers. I had a good day at Nubian Book Store in Morrow, GA. Met a man who appreciates military brats and the stories they tell. He couldn’t wait to read about my 1950s travel adventures.
Thanks to Colonel Arnold R. Goodson, United States Army (Retired), for assisting me at the Nancy Guinn Memorial Library Book Signing in Conyers, Georgia. We met some avid readers, talked to some interesting authors, and sold a few books. Sure beats doing KP duty in the mess hall!
Nubian Book Store in Morrow, Georgia, is an excellent place to find books by African-American authors. Owner, Marcus Williams, is an avid supporter of new authors with talent. His store features new releases by local authors; in addition to, beautiful artwork, fraternity, sorority, (Devine 9), Masonic and Order of Eastern Star memorabilia.
You can find a copy of A Look Back In Time: Memoir of a Military Kid in the Fifties at Eagle Eye Bookshop in Decatur, Georgia. Eagle Eye Bookshop is an Independent Book Store, which features books by new and established authors. The staff is friendly, helpful and very knowledgeable. They hosted my very first book signing….