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Southern Nazarene University’s R.T. Williams Library , Bethany, Oklahoma, invites you to attend the Book Signing Party for -
An Oklahoma Diary
On Saturday, July 21, 2012
Indie author Lauren Zuniga has published The Smell of Good Mud. This is her second book of poetry.
She has a loyal fan base as well. "She served as the OU Activist in Residence as a writer and activist for women's rights," advocated one such fan. "She is an Oklahoma native, and her dedication to bettering our state through writing is unparalleled. One of her poems, "To the Oklahoma Lawmakers," was featured recently on Moveon.org and has received over 100,000 views on YouTube."
The publisher is WriteBloody Publishing of Long Beach, California specializing in giving an audience to alternate voices and independent titles and authors.
The 2012 paranormal conference, "Ghostlahoma", will be August 18, 2012 in Enid, Oklahoma. Various speakers will be on hand - including authors Troy Taylor, Tonya Hacker,Teri White, and Tammy Wilson - as well as other authors specializing in the paranormal, history, horror, etc. Tickets will be $25 and vendor booths are $50 (which includes 1 pass).
James Patterson Headlines Fundraiser
(July 6, 2012 Stillwater, Okla.) –James Patterson, author of more than 60 bestselling titles, is the keynote speaker for the 2012 H. Louise & H.E. “Ed” Cobb Speaker Series on September 14.
Patterson is best-known for his thriller series such as Alex Cross and the Women’s Murder Club, however his works also include a number of award-winning children’s books. A prolific writer, Patterson has six hardbacks slated for upcoming release.
“The Friends of the OSU Library have hosted an amazing slate of authors for this series. This year we wanted someone who not only had an impressive body of work, but who would also deliver the brilliant keynote our guests have come to expect,” said Sheila Johnson, dean of libraries.
The September 14 Cobb Speaker Series will include a welcome reception and dinner. After dinner, Patterson will speak and take questions from the audience. A signing reception will follow, and selections of Patterson’s work will be available for purchase.
Seating is limited, and reservations must be made by August 29. Individual tickets are $100, and half the cost is a tax-deductible gift to the Friends of the OSU Library. Sponsorship opportunities are available.
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