Tuesday, May 15, 2007

[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Vickie Kennedy at Coweta Authors Book Signing Extravaganza

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258  schultz_forrest@yahoo.com
May 11, 2007
Vickie Kennedy at  Coweta Authors Book Signing Extravaganza in Sept.
     The literary aspect of the burgeoning Coweta arts scene will be highlighted on September 15 & 16 at the first ever Coweta Authors Book Signing Extravaganza to which all Coweta writers of published books have been invited.  So far sixteen authors have agreed to attend with the total expected to rise to about twenty.  One of the participating authors will be Vickie Kennedy of Newnan.
     Kennedy has had  four books published:  a non-fiction "tips" book (An Informative Guide To Hiring A Quality Contratctor), an EPPIE award-winning science fiction work (The Hidden Truth of Cytech's Randall 40), a romance novel (The Strong Arms of the Law), and a novel based in Newnan (A Writers Dream and a Cowboy's Heart). Her next novel, which will probably be completed next year, is based in Grantville, where she lived during her childhood. 
     Kennedy has also contributed to the Coweta literary scene through the establishment in 1995 of a Newnan-based writing workshop called the Writers Block, which has helped many local authors get their books written, published and marketed.  And, as if this were not enough, she has even established her own publishing company, called etreasures, which began by publishing local authors and which has now expanded to include authors from all over the USA and even Canada.  
     Vickie Kennedy may be contacted at 678-850-9469 or v.kennedy@numail.org.  Information is availableby visiting these websites:  www.vickiekennedy.com and www.etreasurespublishing.com 
     Announcements about the other authors attending the Signing will be made soon.
     The Coweta Authors Book Signing Extravaganza will begin at 10 AM Saturday September 15 and 12 Noon Sunday September 16 and will end at 5 PM each day in the renovated Railroad Freight Depot on Main Street in Grantville, a small city in southern Coweta County located at Exit 35 on I-85.  It is being provided as a special feature of this year's New Grantville Days Festival, which formerly was called "Grantville Day". Information on the New Grantville Days Festival is available from its Chairman, Sandra Luttrell, at 770-583-9013 or sangalasands@aol.com

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