>Nathan McCall in Charlotte From an e-mail forwarded to me.
Hello to All,

Nathan McCall, the NY Times best selling author of “Makes Me Wanna Holler”, will be in Charlotte Saturday to support The Brown Angel Center, which helps formerly incarcerated women become financially independent. McCall, who was formerly incarcerated, will be at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church talking about his life and his debut novel, “Them.” A book signing will follow. The event starts at 1 pm and admission is $7. Books will be on sale. The church is at 3400 Beatties Ford Road. Please share this information!
I am sure you will find his story very motivating.

Thank you for your support.

Patrice Gaines
The brown Angel Center

And from another forwarded e-mail (both from Tina McElroy Ansa):
You are invited to hear:

Dr. Henry Louis Gates
W. E. B. Du Bois Professor of the Humanities and the Director of the W. E. B. Du Bois

Institute for African and African American Research at Harvard University
Sunday, February 3, 2008
3:00 p.m.

St. John Baptist Church
522 Hartridge St.
Savannah, GA 31401
Free and Open to the Public
Followed by Catered reception with the speaker

For More Information:
912-234-8000
http://www.kingtisdell.org
http://www.savannnahblackheritagefestival.com
(Please forward to your contacts)

A former publishing executive has launched a web-based broadcast with and about authors. Read the NYTimes story here. See the broadcast here [actually, you can’t see it yet – just sign up for notification]. It’s called Titlepage TV and the tagline is “Passionate Conversations About Books.”

A social networking and promotion site for authors – Red Room – got a lot of attention this week because of the site’s involvement in a special blog effort to promote Patry Francis’ book, The Liar’s Diary. Francis is having a health crisis and won’t be able to promote her book in the traditional way – so more than 300 bloggers did it for her today by writing about her and the book. If you visit Red Room and visit the blog section, you’ll see many posts about her.

Shows what writers can do when they come together – what if authors did that every day of the year – gather to focus on one another’s books?

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