Suwannee Democrat


January 9, 2014

Come meet the authors! Local writers at Lafayette library

Mayo — On Tuesday, Jan. 14, from 4-6 p.m., Three Rivers Regional Library System will be hosting a free event at the Lafayette County Public Library so that you can come meet your favorite local authors.

Lafayette County, as well as much of North Florida is home to many talented authors and on Jan. 14 you can come meet quite a few of them. They will be on hand to greet you, discuss their books and even sign a copy of one that you purchased.

Authors Drollene Brown, Nancy Singletary, Connie Blosser, Sydney Clary (Lacy Dancer), Jonnie Whittington, Delores Walker, Anthony Lamarr White, J.J. Mack and Pierce Kelly are just some of the talented writers who will be looking forward to seeing you on Jan. 14.

The Woman’s Club of Mayo will be providing refreshments, so be sure to stop in for a fun afternoon at the library and come meet the authors!

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