Monday, June 18, 2007

[Coweta Arts Tidbits] Mae Nunn Coming to CABSE

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Composed By:  Forrest W. Schultz  770-583-3258
 June 18, 2007
Mae Nunn of Sharpsburg Will Mosey On Down to CABSE
Native Texan Writes Texas Romance Novels "With a Kick"
     Mae Nunn lives in Sharpsburg now but she still loves her native State of Texas and still loves dressing like a cowgirl.  She now also expresses her love for things Texan by writing Texas romance novels.  Last month she wrote the third book of her Texas Treasures" series and she has already started work on her fourth.  Her Texan personality is manifest in her writing style, which is romance "with a kick".  And, since she loves being around people and loves dressing up like a cowgirl and loves autographing her books, it is not surprising that she will be moseying on down to Grantville in September for the first ever Coweta Authors Book Signing Extravaganza, to which all Coweta authors of a published book have been invited.  However, she will not be arriving on horseback -- the closest she comes to horses these days is riding around in her beautiful bright yellow Mustang convertible.
     The Coweta Authors Book Signing Extravaganza (CABSE) will be held on Saturday September 15 from 10 AM through 5 PM and on Sunday September 16 from 12 Noon through 5 PM as a special feature of the New Grantville Days Festival.  Eighteen Coweta authors have so far agreed to attend with the total expected to rise to about 20 - 22.  The purpose of the CABSE is to spotlight the literary aspect of the Coweta arts scene by providin the public with an opportunity to meet Coweta's writers and obtain autographed copies of their books.  Grantville is located at Exit 35 on Interstate 85.  Info on the CABSE is available from Forrest Schultz at 770-583-3258; info on Grantville Day is available from Sandra Luttrell at 770-593-9013.

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