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Tricia and Buddy

 

Join Tricia Booker, that ruthless truth-teller, and your Scribbler, who thinks any story is improved with a bit of exagerration, as we debate how you should best relate YOUR stories to the world – memoir, or fiction “based on a true story.”  Sunday, February 25th, from 3-6 p.m. at the beautiful San Marco Books and More.

This is a FREE workshop full of practical tips, and while you’re there, you can pick up a signed copy of Tricia Booker’s devastatingly honest memoir, The Place of Peace and Crickets, and a copy of Darlyn Finch Kuhn’s novel, Sewing Holes.  (Based on a true story. Honest.)

Don’t make me come get you!

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Winter Park Library Book Festival

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on February 24, 2018

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Have you heard about the FREE and open-to-the-public Winter Park Library Book Festival happening Saturday, March 10, 2018, from 10:00 am until 4 pm? Mark your calendars!

This is a day for authors and readers to discuss all things book-related: writing, reading, and publishing books.

For instance, Keynote speakers Greg and Candy Dawson will talk from 10-11 a.m., and from 11 a.m. until 12 noon, Charlene Edge will join three other local authors–Linda Dunlap, Paul Butler, and Rik Feeney–for a discussion and Q&A session titled, “Publishing: Traditional, Self, or Electronic. Which is Write for You?”

For the complete schedule, visit the WPPL’s events calendar at http://www.wppl.org/events/day/2018-03-10.

Hope to see you there!

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Sewing Holes is on Hometown Reads Jacksonville

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on February 2, 2018

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Here is my beautiful new author/book page at Hometown Reads – Jacksonville. What a great way to spread the word about local authors, local bookstores, and local events.

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Hometown Reads – Start Where You Are

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on February 2, 2018

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Attention, all Scribblers: Friend and author Terry Odell recently made me aware of a marvelous free marketing tool called Hometown Reads. Here is the link for Jacksonville, Florida. At a minimum, all JaxbyJax writers should have their books listed there. Orlando, you’re not listed yet, so I’m calling on ten Scribblers (the minimum to list a city) to sign up this weekend. Their motto? Start Where You Are. #ReadLocal

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