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Augusta Literary Festival

By Cheryl Corbin

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Ended 02/28/2017

"Featuring Kimberla Lawson-Roby, Brian Panowich, authors, workshops, panel discussions, all free to the public."

— Cheryl Corbin and
other supporters

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New York Times/USA Today best-selling author Kimberla Lawson Roby ( will be the featured speaker at the 6th annual Augusta Literary Festival (ALF) on Saturday, March 4, from 1-2 PM at the Headquarters Library of the Augusta-Richmond County Public Library System. She will speak on the topic “Writing a Bestseller.” Immediately following, she will be signing copies of her books. Fans are advised to arrive early because Roby has sold over 2.7 million copies of her titles.


The Festival will also include celebrated local author Brian Panowich (, whose book, Bull Mountain, will be made into a TV show. The Augusta Literary Festival continues to be free and open to the public. Mr. Panowich will be speaking on the art of writing a great thriller in Auditorium A at 10:00 am.

Jackson Pearce will be on hand to feature her highly successful novels and share her knowledge of writing novels for teens and tweens.jackson-pearce.comYoung adult author Jackson Pearce. Ms. Pearce will be speaking on the art of writing the young adult novel in Auditorium A at 11:00 am.

The ALF takes pride in presenting this workshop in helping would be Indie authors understand the differences between mass market and direct sales. This year's panel discussion will be hosted by USA Today Best-Selling Author, Hildie McQueen and top selling, entrepreneur Hasheem Francis. Join them for the workshop at  3:00 PM: Self-Publishing Success with Hildie McQueen and Hasheem Francis  (Mass Market vs Direct Sales)

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Created on 2017-02-13 23:53:07