Date: Saturday, February 11, 2017
Time: 2 - 4:00 PM
Location: Drs. Bruce and Lee Foundation Library
509 S Dargan St, Florence, SC 29506
This showcases a limited number of local authors of various genres, including children's books and inspirational work. In addition to my historical fiction novels, I'll have two folders of antebellum photos. It's a casual setting, like a family get-together.
Copyright Bonnie Stanard
There's a specific term for the above
structure, which was common in Colonial and Antebellum America, though this is an elaborate interpretation. This photo was taken at the Lexington County Museum, which features numerous early American buildings, including a one-room schoolhouse, cotton gin, and cane press.
Use the form at the left
to enter your guess.
I hope to hear from you.
This is a Photo of...
Photo ID Contest
If you're the first person to correctly identify the structure in the photo at the right, you'll win your choice of one of my six novels:
Dust on the Bible
What Missing Means
Kedzie, Saint Helena Island Slave
Master of Westfall Plantation
Sonny, Cold Slave Cradle
Westfall, Slave To King Cotton
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I have been writing and editing for 25 years with credits in numerous journals. My historical fiction novels are available on Amazon. If you're my reader, please leave a comment.
I live in Lexington, South Carolina.
A plantation owner and the slaves who tolerated or hated him...the unadorned Antebellum South.
Date: Saturday, February 18, 2017
Time: 10 AM – 5 PM
Admission: Free and free parking
Location: Fernandina Beach Middle School, 315 Citrona Dr., Fernandina Beach, FL
If you’re a reader and love books, the 2017 Amelia Island Book Festival in Florida is a great way to spend a February weekend. I will be among a hundred other authors available to sign books and discuss writing. I'll be with the historical fiction writers, but other genres will be represented—action/thriller/mystery, historical fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, and romance.