If you love to read or if you’re looking for tips on how to get your own work published, you’ll want to attend the Southern Author Expo on Saturday, January 22, from 2 p.m. until 3:45 p.m.
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A fun and informative look at the era of the 18th Amendment, Baptists & Bootleggers is a first-person account of Smith’s travels researching the history of Southern rumrunners and moonshiners and the temperance movement crusaders that fought them.
More than a dozen Upstate authors will be on hand to celebrate winter reading when Greenville County Library System hosts its annual Local Author Expo on Jan. 7.
Upstate authors Kathryn Smith and Kelly Durham first crossed paths in the principal’s office at Daniel High School in Central. Their next encounter more than 30 years later led them to collaborate on a series of novels known as the Missy LeHand Mysteries.
For the readers on your holiday shopping list, there are several Upstate authors with new titles in 2020 that will add some local flair to your gift giving.
From reporter to minister to mystery writer: Deb Richardson-Moore begins third career as storyteller
Deb Richardson-Moore has wanted to be a mystery writer since the age of 12. Now, after two careers spanning more than four decades, the reporter-turned-minister begins another chapter where crime may, in fact, pay.
We asked Livin’ Upstate contributor Jill Hendrix of Fiction Addiction in Greenville to give us...
Steve Grant of Greenville lost both of his children to drug overdoses. Now, he has written a new book entitled Don’t Forget Me as a survival manual and a lifeline to remind parents and others that they are not alone.