Coweta Arts Tidbits
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Composed By: Forrest W. Schultz 770-583-3258 email@example.com
September 3, 2009
Coweta Author Holly Moulder At Powers Crossroads Festival
Will Sign Eyes Of The Calusa and A Cord Of Three Strands
All published Coweta County authors have been invited to bring their books for an autograph party to the annual Powers Crossroads Festival over the Labor Day weekend. One of the authors who will be present is Holly Moulder from Sharpsburg, who taught elementary school for twenty-one years and who is now devoting her time to writing and promoting her books, which are well written stories for children which are helpful in introducing them to history.
Moulder won awards while she was an instructor -- she was twice named Teacher Of The Year; and she is now winning awards for her books. Her first one (published in 2007), Eyes Of The Calusa, has the distinction of being the first book of fiction ever written about the Calusa Indian Tribe and was the winner of the Silver Medal In Young Adult Fiction presented by the Florida Publishers Association. Her second book (published in 2008) was a 2009 Eric Hoffer Award Finalist and a Readers Views Readers Choice Awards Finalist. Her books have had reviews published in various media including the Southside Arts Agenda, an electronic newsletter which covers the burgeoning arts scene on the Southside of Atlanta. Holly Moulder is a member of the Florida Publishers Association and of the Coweta Writers Group.
Moulder will be signing both her books at Powers on Saturday September 5 and Monday September 7. Each participating author will set up his table near the refreshment stand which is across the lawn from the stage where the musicians will be performing. Information about Moulder's books can be found on her website www.whitepelicanpress.com. Information on the Powers Festival is found at
Thursday, September 03, 2009
[Coweta Writers Group] Holly Moulder At Powers Festival Book Signing
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