PRLog - March 19, 2012 - SNELLVILLE, Ga. -- Atlanta's Marian L. Thomas pours plenty of drama into the three novels that make her a rising star on the African-American literature scene.
Strings of Color by Marian L. Thomas
But there is no room for profanity or explicit themes in her recipe for success.
At the April 7 "Stiletto Spring Book Fling", Thomas will engage readers and sign copies of "Strings of Color"; her latest in the provocative series of "clean fiction" that probe themes of romance, betrayal and loss.
The event takes place from 4-6 p.m. at the Justin's restaurant in Buckhead (2200 Peachtree Rd NW, Atlanta,GA 30309).
Guests - and the men who "support" the way they look in high heels - advance tickets to event are recommended.
For more details, visit: http://www.marianlthomas.com/
Thomas's first two books, "My Father's Colors" and "Color Me Jazzmyne" were both Amazon best-sellers in a genre she's pioneering.
At the "Stiletto Spring Book Fling" to applaud Thomas's latest book, guests will be treated to a live R&B set by singer Darrell King, spoken word recitals by Wesley Bullard and Miss Porsha Williams.
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Marian L. Thomas is a Clean Fiction author. L.B Publishing released her first book, Color Me Jazzmyne and continues to support this author on her journey to publication.