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Literary Event Celebrates Authors at the Llano Library

The Author Extravaganza and Fair will be an all-day free literary event set right in the heart of the Hill Country at the Llano Library in Llano, Texas on Saturday, October 3. Featuring two New York Times Best Selling Authors, six authors scheduled for speaking sessions throughout the day, two Writers’ Workshops, more than twenty-five area authors, and several local organizations providing food and drink sales right on site, this promises to be a wonderful celebration of authors, books, and the love of reading. There will be authors set up inside and outside the library for book signings all day beginning at 11:00 a.m., representing every genre of writing you can imagine.

Visitors can spend the day talking casually with authors, sitting in on the hourly speaking sessions, grabbing a bite to eat from the food vendors, and just making a full day of the book festival until the last writers’ workshop ends at 7:00 p.m. Check the details at http://www.llano-library-system.net/author_extravaganza_main.html and on Facebook at facebook.com/LlanoAuthorExtravaganza .

Are you a published author looking for a venue to promote your work? The Llano County Library is still accepting authors for the Author Extravaganza and Fair on October 3rd. There is no charge to authors for an outdoor booth space, and the event is free to the public. It’s not too late to add your name to the line-up of authors for this event, contact Tommi at the Llano Library at llanocountylibrary@yahoo.com or go to the Author Fair Info page on the library’s website at llano-library-system.net .

Jeanette Larson at the Clara B. Mounce Public Library

Jeanette Larson author of the book Hummingbirds: Facts and Folklore from the Americas, will be at the Clara B. Mounce Public Library (formerly known as the Bryan Public Library),  on Saturday, April 28th from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. The  address is 201 E. 26th St., Bryan, TX 77803. For more information call (979) 209-5600  All ages are welcome. Thanks to Kendra Perkins for this information.

Jeanette Larson