Friday, March 14, 2014

Author Rodeo Roundup at NWCC, Saturday March 29

Visit the Author Rodeo Roundup at Northwest Community College, R.C. Pugh Library in Senatobia on Saturday, March 29, from 2-4.

Author Panel Discussion with book signings and sales of panelists and local authors.

Panelists: Arthur Avant (children’s books), Julie Cantrell (novelist), Patricia Neely-Dorsey (poet), Kat and Margaret King (memoirists), and Ray Sharpe (publisher)

Local Authors: Diana Anderson, Dr. Rachell Anderson, Dr. David Ball, Lisa Cockrell, Rev. Ray Cross, Pam DeLoach, Jody Dickson, Margaret Eubanks, Cassandra Hawkins, Thomas Herrington, Shane Louwerens, Sharon Morgan, Linda Rettstatt, Merle Temple, and Nancy Millikin Tubbs


1 comment:

  1. I look forward to meeting folks who love good books, and signing my novel, A Ghostly Shade of Pale. Ghostly is written as fiction but based on my experiences as an agent with the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics in the first drug wars in the 1970s. Criminal Minds' Jim Clemente called it, "A big crime story as literature, detailed and complex, yet beautifully sinister, the feeling of absolute reality... a great storyteller writing to all of your senses." I will have pictures signing books for the cast of Criminal Minds in Hollywood.