8 authors will show you how
Are you among the 81% of us in Lexington County who feel they have a book in them — and should write it?
Research indicates that’s more than 240,000 people who aspire to become published authors.
Local authors will show you how they did it – and you can, too – at the Lexington Library Saturday, Dec. 11.
The authors are Tom Poland, Halina Schafer, Ralph Jarrells, Jay Schabacker, Alysia Kehoe and Cat Fitzgerald.
They will speak at the Authors for Literacy annual book signing and author workshop 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11.
18 local authors will autograph their books for those on your Christmas gift list.
They make memorable and unique Christmas gifts.
The event raises money for Turning Pages adult literacy tutoring to teach illiterate people to read, write and develop other career enhancing skills.
The event will be at the Lexington County Library, 5440 Augusta Road (US 1), just east of downtown Lexington.
Authors for Literacy, the Lexington County Library, the Lexington County Chronicle, The Fish Wrapper and Sign It Quick team up each year to raise money for Turning Pages adult literacy tutoring each year.
Authors include Pat McNeely, Tom Poland, Ralph Jarrells, Kathy Widener, Linda Maguire, Scott Vaughan, John Starino, Arthur Turfa, JohnnyBloodworth, Sharon Durgin, Claudette Holliday, Alysia Kehoe, Cat Fitzgerald, Halina Schafer, Charlie Farrell, Don Gordon and Jerry Bellune will personally autograph their books for those on your Christmas gift list.
The books priced at $10 and $20 make unique Christmas gifts.
For details, contact Jerry Bellune at 803-331-6695 or [email protected]