Special guests include a specialist and representative from our excellent printing team, various sports figures and well known athletes. An enlightening presentation will be hosted by Sandy from Book Candy Studios. She is a marketing expert who will bring us up-to-date marketing methods and the latest in E-books. A short question and answer period will follow.
North Dallas local authors are of course the honorees and include: Linda T, Phillips, author of children's books: "A Day in BugsHollow" and "Do The Daffodils Know My Name" and her non-fiction journal of her family's trials and tribulations with the border titled "The Real Border Crusade". Linda began working with Entry Way as a proofreader and quickly worked her way up to editor. Afterward she utilized her skills as a graphic artist and before long, she was writing her first children’s book. Linda has also edited and co-written several of the titles published by Entry Way and she's designed covers and children's artwork for several writers. Ronnie D. Foster, winner of the Silver Award for Non-Fiction at the North Texas Book Festival is a key figure with the Collin County Memorials. Entry Way Editor is the author of "One Day As A Lion", which is a non-fiction account of Viet Nam Collin County Veterans who lost their lives fighting for their country. You can purchase copies of his book "Last Train Runnin'" and purchase a copy of his musical cd. Eric Saxon of Dallas will be on hand with his poetry book and "Tropical Evil." Jim Kilpatrick will be showcasing his printed version of "Stand at Ease". Publisher, VicToria Freudiger will be sharing a personally written children’s book, "Your First Garden", which is now the company's marketing item for prospective writers. Local to North Texas and attending the event, is Tony Brown, who has recently been on book and entertainment tours in several states will be there with autographed copies of "Poseranity"
Former McKinney-ite to present his book at this Meet and Greet in Carrolton. Jim Bentley, born in Texas and reared most of his younger life in McKinney, attended Fanny Finch Elementary, North Ward Elementary, Central Elementary, L.A. Scott Junior High School and attended McKinney High School until his family moved to New Mexico in 1964. Bentley has fond memories of McKinney and the surrounding area where he still has many relatives. His book, "Paper Barn", tells of his young life in McKinney as a paperboy. The autobiographical-
So readers, sports lovers, and fellow authors – please - spread the news about this special event . Make sure you RSVP and come out to see the stars - the Entry Way Stars. Door prizes will include an Amazon Kindle, flash drives, books on cd and even a few printed books will be given as gifts.
Those with questions can contact Paulette Tallman at info@digi-tall-
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