If you are a reader or writer within a comfortable driving distance of Columbus, Ohio, this free event is for you!
The featured author and speaker at the third annual Faith & Fellowship Book Festival is Bestselling author DiAnn Mills. She writes romantic suspense and historical suspense novels that draw readers immediately into the story.
Join the Facebook group event to find out the latest updates: 2019 Faith & Fellowship Book Festival.
There will be about a dozen other authors at the book festival available to sign books including me, Sandra Merville Hart. I will have my historical romances there–A Stranger on My Land , A Rebel in My House, A Musket in My Hands, From the Lake to the River, and The Cowboys Smitten Collection–as well as a brand new Christmas collection, Christmas Fiction Off the Beaten Path!
We will have free writing workshops this year! DiAnn Mills and Donna Wyland will teach workshops for adults. JPC Allen will teach about writing short stories for tweens and teens, so we have something for everyone!
There will be author panels so you can learn more about the authors and their specific genres. Poetry Corners Readings is a new and welcome addition this year. There will also be children’s activities and door prizes!
Here are the details:
December 7th from 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
500 Pike Street, Etna, Ohio 43018
The Book Loft is handling sales.
These events are a lot of fun. Please mark your calendars now. I’d love to see you there!
2 thoughts on “Readers and Authors Invited to FFBF Book Festival!”
Seriously, Sandra, when they invite you to teach a clinic, let me know! I want to fly up!
Even better–maybe we could pair up to teach something together like this: Spicing up fiction or nonfiction with fun stories and dramatic imagination! (Perfect excuse to hang out and plot and plan ahead of time!)
I’m in, Cathy! You are awesomely creative. I love this idea. What fun! I am teaching at “Writing Off the Beaten Path Conference” in Akron, Ohio, on May 16. Here’s the link: https://www.mtzionridgepress.com/writing-off-the-beaten-path-confere. I will post about this in the new year. Thanks, Cathy!
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