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  • Sherri Graves Smith interviewed on Atlanta Plugged In

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    Sherri and her publisher, Naren Aryal of Mascot Books, were interviewed on CBS’ Atlanta Plugged In about the popularity of their fun kids’ books on sportsmanship. http://www.cbs46.com/clip/11813794/mascot-books-publishing-books-featuring-colleges-and-professional-sports-teams  

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  • Victoria Wilcox to Speak at Decatur Bk Festival

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    Victoria will speak on writing historical fiction at the DBF on Sat. 9/5 at 10am at the Marriott Hotel Auditorium. Great author, speaker and teacher! Victoria has twice been selected as a GA Writer of the Year for her trilogy, “Southern Son: The Saga of Doc Holliday.”  See the...

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  • Wilcox wins second GA Author of the Year Award

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    Victoria Wilcox, author of the HF trilogy, “Southern Son: The Saga of Doc Holliday,” won a silver medal for book two, Gone West, at the GA Writers Association awards banquet held at Kennesaw State. Inheritance, book one in the trilogy, won top honors in 2014. Book three, The Last...

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  • Sherri Graves Smith’s book is a finalist for the Phillis Wheatley Award

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    Sherri Graves Smith’s children’s book, Is My Cup Empty?, has been selected as a finalist for the Phillis Wheatley Awards which will be announced at the Harlem Book Fair on July 17. Wheatley was a slave and the first published African-American woman and first published African-American poet. Is My Cup...

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  • Jane Friedman – great website for authors

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    Gentle authors, Some of my authors have expressed interest in making the jump from self or independent publishing to traditional publishing. Well, Jane Friedman, publishing guru, has just posted an excellent article on this process. Here’s the link to the article I mentioned: http://writerunboxed.com/2015/05/25/secure-a-traditional-book-deal-through-self-publishing/.  If you aren’t following Jane, I...

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