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Library Hosts Showcase for Local Authors

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The Cumberland County Public Library & Information Center hosts its annual Local Authors Showcase during 4th Friday, June 22. The public is invited to meet and learn more about some of our area's homegrown authors from 7 - 8:45 p.m. in the Pate Room of Headquarters Library, 300 Maiden Lane.

If you are interested in writing and would like to hear first-hand from those who have published books, this is a great opportunity to not only browse some locally-written titles, but also learn the ins and outs of self-publishing. Books will be on sale, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Friends of the Library.

Participating authors and their books:

  • Michael Potts, End of Summer
  • Sharon Murphy Yates, The Busy Mom
  • Michael Colonnese, Sex and Death, I Suppose
  • Hope N. Ward, I's to My Soul: A Poetic Train Ride Through the Soul
  • Andy Bethea, I Love You, However; Early Blessings; Daily Nourishing
  • Suzanne B. Farrior, Froggie Babies, The Hungry Little Bunny; A Child's From My Point of View
  • Antinea Carpenter, Tell Me Something Good
  • Robert N. Gable, Escape to Haven; Haven and the Circle of Darkness
  • Lance Limett, Manhattan Is an Island
  • Carrie Daws, Crossing Values
  • Christy Judah, Two Faces of Dixie
  • Adewunmi (Ade) Lewis, Nine Soft Skills From the Book of Ruth-Insights for Success and Fulfillment
  • Dwight Brown, Mastering the Art of Success
  • Fred Whitted, Fayetteville: Profiled in Black; The Ram's House
  • Hyacinth J. Joseph, When Company Drops By-They Ain't Always Welcome
  • A.C. Warneke, Siren Song
  • Catherine Poole, Bat Boy's Crazy Day
  • Dorothy Hughes, The Journey Was Not Easy
  • Anthony Paul Castillo, Why Some Are Not Forgiven
  • Leslie Miklosy, My Thoughts Prefer Side Streets: Collected Essays and Other Reflections
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