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echoescoverEchoes of Paradise
Deanna Kahler
Genre: Fiction/Paranormal
Publisher: Rose Petal Publications
Date of Publication: January 11, 2014
ISBN: 978-0615863399
ASIN: TBD
Number of pages: 228
Word Count: 54,000
Cover Artist: Cover photo by Paul Kahler
Book Description:
Does Love Survive Death? When Celeste’s one true love Connor dies, she’s left with many questions and regrets. Caught in a web of painful memories from her troubled past – and a complicated marriage to a materialistic executive – she ventures into an unknown world.
What she experiences makes her more determined than ever to find out what really happens after death and what became of her lost love. Her journey takes her to places she never thought possible. But just around the corner, danger still lurks. Will she find the answers she seeks and ultimately discover the truth?
deannakahlerAbout the Author:
Deanna Kahler is an accomplished writer and proud mom. Her work has been published in numerous corporate newsletters and magazines across the country. She began writing as a young child and enjoys the opportunity to reach others and make a difference in their lives.
Echoes of Paradise is Deanna’s second book. Her first book,From Pain to ParenthoodA Journey Through Miscarriage to Adoption, details her difficult journey to motherhood and provides tips and resources for those facing similar circumstances.
Deanna holds a bachelor’s degree in communication arts from Oakland University in Rochester, Mich., where she graduated with departmental honors. She lives with her husband and daughter in a Metro Detroit suburb, where she enjoys writing, dancing, walking, and visiting parks in her spare time.
For more information about the author, please visitwww.deannakahler.com
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#Detroit Chapter – National Writers Union Holiday Celebratio​n Poll #nwu #mwn #motownlit Dec 15th

 

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Greetings Sisters and Brothers,

I would like for you to participate in a poll for me. This should only take a few seconds.
We are trying to determine if we will have a holiday celebration this year.
Let’s say we’d have a set up like this:

Sunday, December 15, 2013
2:00 pm – 7:00 pm
At Trippple BBB’s Bar & Grille
24200 Grand River Ave at Telegraph Road
Detroit, Michigan 48219

We would have Dinner, Dessert & Dancing with a cash bar.

Would you please take the time to tell us if you’d like to join the
National Writers Union Southeast Michigan Chapter’s Holiday Celebration.

You may RSVP at: aleciatoiwrites@gmail.com. We will need to know a head count by Wednesday, December 11, 2013.
Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Sincerely,
Alecia Goodlow-Young,
Chair of SE MI NWU

NationalWritersUnion

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Got Books? Help Strengthen Detroit’s Literary Community! #michlit #mwn #motownlit

Starting now until forever, it will be our mission  to try to collect 100, 000 books for the Metro Detroit Literary Community every year.

I know the impact of books in a home for a child and I want to give every home that doesn’t have books in Detroit some.

This sounds like an interesting challenge and I’m asking everyone to help me.

Photo by: J Michael Collins

Why? Continue reading

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Author, Dawne Prochilo offers December Writing & Marketing Courses in Troy, Michigan #michlit. RSVP now

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Author, Dawne Prochilo is hosting a series of six writing and publishing workshops in the Metro Detroit area.

Workshops include:
~How To Write A Query Letter (Thursday, December 5, 2013)
~How To Write An Outline/Synopsis (Thursday, December 12, 2013)
~Character Building: Character connection and character depth (Thursday, December 19, 2013)
~How To Find The Right Publisher (Thursday January 9, 2014)
~Marketing Tips and Promotions: The next step/vicious cycle of writing and series versus stand alone novels (Thursday January 16, 2014)
~Freelance Writing and Making Money Legitimately Online (Thursday January 23, 2014)

Contact Dawne at dawne.prochilo@yahoo.com for more information and for prices of workshops

For more information http://romancemarketplace.blogspot.com//

Classes are from 6PM until 7:30PM on above listed Thursdays)
Location- Niles Center, 201 W. Square Lake Road, Troy, MI 48098 (west of Livernois Rd, south side)

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Marketing & Writing Workshops in Troy, Michigan offered by Author, Dawne Prochilo @goldendawne1 in December #MichLit

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Author, Dawne Prochilo is hosting a series of six writing and publishing workshops in the Metro Detroit area.

Workshops include:
~How To Write A Query Letter (Thursday, December 5, 2013)
~How To Write An Outline/Synopsis (Thursday, December 12, 2013)
~Character Building: Character connection and character depth (Thursday, December 19, 2013)
~How To Find The Right Publisher (Thursday January 9, 2014)
~Marketing Tips and Promotions: The next step/vicious cycle of writing and series versus stand alone novels (Thursday January 16, 2014)
~Freelance Writing and Making Money Legitimately Online (Thursday January 23, 2014)

Contact Dawne at dawne.prochilo@yahoo.com for more information and for prices of workshops

For more information http://romancemarketplace.blogspot.com//

Classes are from 6PM until 7:30PM on above listed Thursdays)
Location- Niles Center, 201 W. Square Lake Road, Troy, MI 48098 (west of Livernois Rd, south side)

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Nov 8-9, 2013 Essence of #MotownLit Conf & Jam #Detroit | Give, Write & Network Books! #literary #literacy #michlit

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The Essence of Motown Literary Jam & Conference

November 8th –9th, 2013

 Various Locations, Detroit, Michigan

www.MotownLiteraryJam.com

* most events are FREE to public

To celebrate the written word in Metro Detroit with every reader and writer around!

Detail Schedule of Events

November 8th, 2013 6pm – 10pm – Free to Public
(donation of 3 or more gently used books encouraged, for our book drive or min $4 for entry)

Location: SOURCE BOOKSELLERS, 4240 Cass Avenue, Ste. 105, Detroit, Michigan 48201

Networking, Poetry Performances, Comedy Show & More!

Hosted by EchoVerse, ReppinTheD &  MotownWriters

All ages can attend

 

November 9th, 2013 8am – 4pm

Location: Julian C. Madison Building LLC
1420 Washington Blvd · Detroit, Michigan

  • 8am Registration for Morning Workshops
  • 8:30 Keynote Speaker
  • 8:50 Workshops (2)
    • Write To Be Read| Write to Finish Facilitator TBA
    • Editing Essentials Facilitator: @TenitaJEditor
  • 9:50 Workshops (2)
    • Getting an Agent or Publisher Facilitator: Karen White Owens
    • Taking Book to Stage Facilitator: Octavia Lesley @detroitwriter71
  • 10:50 Workshops(2)
    • Social Media Made Simple – Stephanie Lewis @23_Exchange
    • 360Digital Publishing Symposium
  • 11:00 Poetry Symposium hosted by Aurora Harris
  • 11:30 Marketplace Opens
  • Noon – VIP Lunch for Morning Workshop Participants with speaker
  • 12:10 2013 Awesome Party Reunion & presentations
  • 12:30 Detroit Cares Presentation
  • 12:40 Too Blessed To Be Depressed Author Panel (Inspirations & Autobiographies)
  • 1:30 All Male Literacy Panel w/Questions & Answers
  • 3:15  Love Shouldn’t Cost A Thing (Romance Genre Panel)
    • Literary Voice Vendor Winner Announced
    • National Writers Union Presentation
  • 3:30 Potpourri of Different (SciFi, Fantasy, Horror, Graphic Novels & Comics)
  • 3:45 Telling A Good Story (Fiction Panel)

3:55 Kindle Winners (Must be present to win) Continue reading

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Got Books? Help Strengthen Detroit’s Literary Community! #michlit #mwn #motownlit

Starting now until forever, it will be our mission  to try to collect 100, 000 books for the Metro Detroit Literary Community every year.

I know the impact of books in a home for a child and I want to give every home that doesn’t have books in Detroit some.

This sounds like an interesting challenge and I’m asking everyone to help me.

Photo by: J Michael Collins

Why? Continue reading

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SaveTheDate: Nov 8-9, 2013 Essence of #MotownLit Conf & Jam #Detroit | Give, Write & Network Books! #literary #literacy #michlit

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The Essence of Motown Literary Jam & Conference

November 8th –9th, 2013

 Various Locations, Detroit, Michigan

www.MotownLiteraryJam.com

* most events are FREE to public

To celebrate the written word in Metro Detroit with every reader and writer around!

Detail Schedule of Events

November 8th, 2013 6pm – 10pm – Free to Public
(donation of 3 or more gently used books encouraged, for our book drive or min $4 for entry)

Location: SOURCE BOOKSELLERS, 4240 Cass Avenue, Ste. 105, Detroit, Michigan 48201

Networking, Poetry Performances, Comedy Show & More!

Hosted by EchoVerse, ReppinTheD &  MotownWriters

All ages can attend

 

November 9th, 2013 8am – 4pm

Location: Julian C. Madison Building LLC
1420 Washington Blvd · Detroit, Michigan

  • 8am Registration for Morning Workshops
  • 8:30 Keynote Speaker
  • 8:50 Workshops (2)
    • Write To Be Read| Write to Finish Facilitator TBA
    • Editing Essentials Facilitator: @TenitaJEditor
  • 9:50 Workshops (2)
    • Getting an Agent or Publisher Facilitator: Karen White Owens
    • Taking Book to Stage Facilitator: Octavia Lesley @detroitwriter71
  • 10:50 Workshops(2)
    • Social Media Made Simple – Stephanie Lewis @23_Exchange
    • 360Digital Publishing Symposium
  • 11:00 Poetry Symposium hosted by Aurora Harris
  • 11:30 Marketplace Opens
  • Noon – VIP Lunch for Morning Workshop Participants with speaker
  • 12:10 2013 Awesome Party Reunion & presentations
  • 12:30 Detroit Cares Presentation
  • 12:40 Too Blessed To Be Depressed Author Panel (Inspirations & Autobiographies)
  • 1:30 All Male Literacy Panel w/Questions & Answers
  • 3:15  Love Shouldn’t Cost A Thing (Romance Genre Panel)
    • Literary Voice Vendor Winner Announced
    • National Writers Union Presentation
  • 3:30 Potpourri of Different (SciFi, Fantasy, Horror, Graphic Novels & Comics)
  • 3:45 Telling A Good Story (Fiction Panel)

3:55 Kindle Winners (Must be present to win)

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Big news! Big change! frm @LiteraryDetroit Trinosophes, Wed, June 25, 7-9pm. Free & awesome

We’ve got an amazing new location for tomorrow’s big event: storytelling and song with the Rust Belt Rising crew is hitting Trinosophes TOMORROW, Wednesday, June 25, 7-9pm. Free, and awesome. See you there!

Call it good old-fashioned Midwestern storytelling… with a kick.

Nic Esposito of The Head & The Hand Press is hitting the road with Philadelphia musician Todd Henkin from the band The Great Unknown for a series of performance-based storytelling and song showcasing the fascinating stories collected in The Rust Belt Rising Almanac. When this a-typical book talk comes to Detroit, we’re spotlighting Marissa Johnson-Valenzuela’s story on adapting to Detroit through the community in collective housing, as well as a micro-fiction piece about Hitsville, USA, and art inspired by recycled objects from Detroit artist Cindy LaFerle.

The Head & The Hand Press, a craft publisher in Philadelphia, is bringing this show to the city with the support of Literary Detroit.

The Rust Belt Rising Almanac is a collection of snapshots and stories from writers and artists in America’s Rust Belt Cities: escapes, remains, and models of growth. You’ll learn about projects that are working & the people who aren’t, find a road map for wandering, and green your thumb with an industrial soil-strength planting guide. The almanac may not serve strictly as a meteorological or agricultural guide, but it will help to measure the kind of atmospheric pressure felt between jobs, between communities, between the friends who are still here and the ones not so lucky, bound together by a common question: what’s next for the rust belt?

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Event: Bill Loomis: Author of “Detroit’s Delectable Past 6/19 6pm #Detroit Historical Museum via @freep

Bill Loomis: Author of “Detroit’s Delectable Past — Two Centuries of Frog Legs, Pigeon Pie and Drugstore Whiskey” will be featured as part of the Detroit Historical Society’s Scholar Series, 6 p.m. Wed. Detroit Historical Museum, 5401 Woodward, Detroit. 313-833-1805. www.detroithistorical.org. $10; free for Detroit Historical Society members.

Upcoming book and author events http://www.freep.com/article/20130617/ENT/306170019 via @freep

 

 

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Tuesday: Join Michael Dwyer & 2 other Writers at “Freelance Marketplace Writers’ Group” @meetup @talktravel

Title: Freelance Marketplace Writers’ Group
When: Tue Jun 18, 2013 7:30pm – 10:30pm (EDT)
Where: Barnes & Noble (2800 S. Rochester Road, Rochester Hills, MI 48307)
Who: Meetup Reminder*
Your Agenda for Tue Jun 18, 2013
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7:30pm Freelance Marketplace Writers’ Group
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Meetup
Tuesday
Motown Writers Meetup Group
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
7:30 PM
Barnes & Noble
2800 S. Rochester Road
Rochester Hills, MI 48307
Will you attend?
3 Writers attending, including:
“I want to network with other creative people. I am a freelance writer and travel columnist. I also run the Rochester Writers’ Conference.”
“My name is Lytra Wilson. I have been working on a novel entitled, BEYOND THE BEDROOM…”
This Rochester based group is open to all new, working, and published writers, photographers, and illustrators. All genres welcome and free to attend. We are NOT a critique group – we discuss the business of writing. Topics and guests – we meet t…
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20
Auburn Hills Writers Group Meeting!!

Thursday, June 20, 2013 6:30 PM · 1 attending
Jun
27
Pens and Pages in the Park

Thursday, June 27, 2013 6:30 PM · 4 attending
Jun
27
Metro Detroit Scribes for Christ

Thursday, June 27, 2013 6:30 PM · 2 attending
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#MWN Founder & Author, @SylviaHubbard1, honored June 21st #SAFE event! Get yr tix now cc: @mskalyn’s

 

SAFE’s 7th Annual Appreciation Event Fundraiser

Friday, June 21, 2013 from 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm at the beautifully restored Detroit Historical Museum with a special Afterglow Event immediately following until Midnight

Please join us to congratulate the 2013 SAFE’s 7th Annual Appreciation Event Award Honorees

Acquisition Award – SAFE Participant: L. J.

Acquisition Award – SAFE Participant: T. A.

Ambassador Award – Tracey Thompson

Ambassador Award – Sylvia Hubbard

B.E.A.C.O.N. Award – Battling Economic Abuse Creating Our Network – Umi (Shelia) Hankins

Christina LazzanaTo dream is to Live” Award – Kimyana Zanye Reece

Collaboration Award – Chacrice Miles, C.E.O. – Transition 1, 2, 3, Inc.

Community Champion Award- Srere Womens Care Fund Grant

SAFE Legacy Award – Voltaire Kendrick

Tickets on sale now for $45 each

Tickets include both the Appreciation Event & the Afterglow
SAFE’s 7th Annual Appreciation Event goal is to raise funds which will support our ongoing programs that assist survivors of domestic violence in the Metropolitan Detroit area.
SAFE Appreciates our awesome sponsors like MGM Grand Detroit – Touching Communities Touching Lives, PNC Bank, Eric Huffman State Farm Insurance, Marathon Petroleum Company, Skillman Foundation, C.O.T.S, Institute on Domestic Violence in the African American Community,Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Tau Alpha Omega Chapter – Vision Fair FoundationWe also would like to thank other organizations and businesses that are stepping up daily to support SAFE’s 7th Annual Appreciation Event.

 

If you would like to join this list of dynamic supporters please visit our website at www.NewSafeStart.org or call SAFE at 800-757-4919 ext. 5 or Click Here to Access SAFE’s Appreciation Event Sponsorship Package

Listen to MIX 92.3 FM for a Community Calendar – Public Service Announcement (PSA)

about SAFE’s 7th Annual Appreciation Event during the Steve Harvey Morning Show

 

Mix 92.3

 

http://www.mix923fm.com

Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment
269 Walker Street #721
Detroit, Michigan 48207

www.NewSafeStart.org
800-757-4919

 

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Celebrate Int’l Women’s Month: Attend Vagina Monologues in #Detroit March 24th while helping SAFE cc: @mskalyn

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CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKET!

HTTP://vadetroit2013.eventbrite.com

March is International Women’s Month and there’s is no better time to support, celebrate and appreciate the women in your life in Detroit, while raising money to support our local domestic violence organizations in Metro Detroit.

The Vagina Monologues introduces a wildly divergent gathering of female voices written by Obie Award winning author, Eve Ensler.

“Ensler breaks taboos by talking, talking and talking some more—stripping fear and shame from what she celebrates here. It makes for quite a party. Funny, outrageous, emotionally affecting, and occasionally angry…The Vagina Monologues confront words to demystify and disarm them. In so doing, Ensler disarms the audience too.”
– Associated Press

Every year V-Day invites activists in colleges, communities, high schools, or youth groups around the world to present select benefit events during and leading up to V-Season (February 1–April 30). The purpose of these events is to raise awareness about violence against women and girls as well as raise money (100% of the proceeds must be donated) for local beneficiaries that are working to end violence. No theater or producing experience is necessary and no royalty fees are charged.

At The International Institute (111 E. Kirby btwn John R & Woodward) in Detroit, Shawn P Entertainment Presents Vagina Monologues 2013 Sunday, March 24, 2013.

When you purchase a ticket in advance for $15 Dollar ticket from Motown Writers Network (below), $5 dollars goes specifically to support our highlighted domestic violence organization SAFE, while the rest of the proceeds go to help other domestic violence organizations around Metro Detroit.

Purchase your tickets now by clicking the link below:

CLICK HERE!

HTTP://vadetroit2013.eventbrite.com

ABOUT S.A.F.E.

Kalyn Risker, Founder and Executive Director of Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment (SAFE) is a survivor of domestic violence. In 1998, she was beaten until her eye socket required reconstructive surgery. Kalyn Risker immediately left the situation with her four-year-old daughter, having only a part-time job and needing additional income and health benefits. Prior to her doctor releasing her back to work, she received a full-time position at a payroll company and began building her career. While working full-time, Ms. Risker obtained a Bachelors Business Administration in Human Resource Management. As a Human Resource Manager, she received job applications from women who were missing many of the necessary components to seek employment. Kalyn Risker also supervised many employees that lacked adequate resumes for successful career advancement. Additionally, she met with several workers seeking her department to explain reductions in their productivity, request time off work and other resources to help deal with abuse in their homes. As stated by Kalyn Risker “My experience as a survivor of domestic violence and as a Human Resource Executive led to the idea for SAFE. Although I show no readily visible signs of scarring, I use my personal victory over circumstances to help inspire others into action”.

Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment (SAFE) has an accomplished background of actively providing services to survivors of domestic violence in the Southeastern Michigan community since its first Executive Board meeting held May 11, 2006. SAFE has expanded its impact to the community by enlisting volunteers who are experts in the area of the training delivered. SAFE is a part of several anti-violence initiatives within Southeastern Michigan including, Wayne County Council Against Family Violence and Transformation Detroit. SAFE has also participated in rallies and community outreach initiatives to raise the awareness of domestic violence in the Southeastern Michigan community. Sisters Acquiring Financial Empowerment was granted its 501 (c) (3) nonprofit status effective August 8, 2006.

See more about S.A.F.E. and see what you can do to help them! Visit their website at: www.newsafestart.org

Get your tickets for Vagina Monologues 2013 Detroit RIGHT NOW and share this post with everyone!

CLICK HERE!

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#MWN Holiday Literary Gathering | Give a gift; Receive a gift | Dec 8th 10-Noon JOIN US!

On December 8, 2012 at Barnes & Nobles 82 W Warren in Detroit, Writers, Authors and Poets will join together to network and share year end time together together.

It’s optional to bring a gift for a writer at a minimum of $5 and you will receive a gift as well.

There is a special guest TBA!

All attendees will get a special conference bag who didn’t receive one at our annual Conference.


Connect with us online: facebook icon twitter icon linkedin icon

Join us at our meetup site online as well:

http://www.meetup.com/michiganliterarynetwork/

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Meet @CharlieCurve, #MotownLit’s Keynote Lunch Speaker! Get yr tickets now!

Note from Essence of Motown Literary Conference Chairperson, Sylvia Hubbard:

You ever get to a point in life where you think you’ve reached the ceiling and can’t go any farther. You think that you’ve accomplished enough and those other things you want to accomplish you aren’t as passionate about anymore because you feel you’ve used up enough energy trying to get to your other goals.

I think when I first met “Charlie Curve” I was at that point in my life. I was a good author, I had a great fan base and MWN was just going. Everything was chugging along a little at a time and I was becoming … complacent.

I got invited to an event by a friend about four years ago and I wasn’t really interested in going, but for some reason I was like Jonah and the whale. No matter how far I ran, that whale kept coming to drag me back where I needed to be.

At this event was this guy and he turned on a light switch inside of me.

The first time I heard Charlie Wollborg aka @CharlieCurve, I couldn’t help but smile and know that things can get better. Not just for myself, but my world around me. I’ve never wanted to really make an effort to introduce myself to someone. I’m a writer and I’m shy, but for some reason I just told myself Charlie had to know my name.

Since meeting him, he’s truly made an impact in my life and has helped me target myself, re-energize my work and organization and made me grow in the direction I need to go.

He’s one of those people placed on Earth that you just have to meet!

Meet Charlie Wollborg

Charlie is a purveyor of attention. He helps growing brands stand out from the clutter.

He opened the doors at Curve Detroit Marketing Strategy & Creative Design after being thrown out of several well respected ad agencies. As a marketing strategist and creative director, he has delivered blue sky ideas and bottom line results for blue chip national clients and budding local brands.

When he’s not building brands, you’ll find Charlie inspiring, educating and entertaining business audiences with his lively keynote presentations on social media, branding, marketing and motivation. He helps smart companies stay on top of what’s new, what’s now and what’s next in the world of marketing and technology. He’s earned applause and laughter at several Ignite events and recently took the second place prize at the PowerPoint Karaoke World Finals.

Along with a few cool friends, Charlie helped bring the acclaimed TED conference to Michigan in the form of TEDxDetroit. He also carves out a little time for Motor City Connect, a Detroit-based social network and professional development organization he helped create.

Connect with Charlie :

TwitterLinkedInFacebookYouTube

READ MORE ABOUT CHARLIE BY VISITING HIS WEBSITE.

On November 10th, “Charlie Curve” will be joining the Essence of Motown Literary Jam and Conference as the lunch keynote speaker at 12:30pm at the Northwest Activity Center.

We’re excited and deeply honored to to have him be apart of our event.

Register now and use the share buttons below to invite other readers and writers in Metro Detroit!

click here to see the back of the flyer.

I hope you join us all weekend long and help strengthen the Metro Detroit’s Literary and Literacy Community!

REGISTER NOW!

 

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