Citrus Libraries Present 6th Annual
Local Author Fair
For anyone interested in meeting the authors of Citrus County, the Citrus County Library System will be hosting its 6th Annual Local Author Fair on Saturday January 23rd from 11am to 3pm at the Homosassa Branch.
Over twenty local authors will be available to answer questions, sign books, and give a rare glimpse into their personal creative processes. This is a unique opportunity to interact with the region’s top writers in a one on one setting.
Lexi Post, New York Times and USA Today Best Selling author will be there to sign her books and talk about her inspiration for her stories.
For those aspiring to become authors themselves, the library has arranged several workshops throughout the day. These workshops will be presented by some of Citrus County’s most experienced authors.
- At 11am Jessica Nelson will present, “You’ve Written a Book, Now What? The Submission Process.”
- At 12pm Dylan Newton will present, “How to Write a Compelling Back Cover for Your Novel.”
- At 1pm Loretta Rogers will present “Reasons Why Editors/Agents Reject Novels.”
- At 2pm Michelle Weidenbenner will present, “A Few Fatal Flaws in Fiction.”
Refreshments will be served throughout the day, courtesy of the Friends of the Homosassa Library. Live music will be performed in the afternoon by local musician and storyteller Frank Curtis. Please visit www.citruslibraries.org or contact the Homosassa Library 628-5686 to learn more about this free event.