Florence County Library will hold Pee Dee Author Expo

The Doctors Bruce and Lee Foundation Library will hold its Pee Dee Author Expo on Saturday, December 2, 2023. Admission is free to this in-person event, which takes place from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Stukes Meeting Room, moderated by Dr. Louis Venters.

The authors have been selected through an application process and offer works for sale in a variety of genres.

• James Atkinson, The Cold Black (fiction horror short stories)
• Karinne Phyllis Bodden, The Relationship Trilogy (non-fiction) and The Art of a Rose (Juvenile picture book)
• Kelly Capriotti Burton, Run this Way: Surfside Beach (fiction romance)
• Sherman Carmichael, Unexplained South Carolina (non-fiction paranormal)
• Shameara Chisolm, Penny on the Move (juvenile picture book)
• Linda Crosby, The Day My Life Changed (biography)
• Alexandra Edgeworth, Bloodline (fiction fantasy)
• Georgia Gates, Bistro Peppermint Mocha Mystery (fiction mystery)
• Lisa Borne Graves, Wundor (young adult fiction sci-fi/fantasy)
• Demoris Hickman, Changed: Faceoff (fiction)
• Jason McCuiston, The Brotherhood of Secret Darkness (Fiction horror short stories)
• Willa Dean Montgomery, A Time to Grieve and a Time to Heal (non-fiction)
• Becky Muth, Myrtle Beach Memories (fiction romance)
• Barbara Ringrose, Aruba Vacation with Aruba Joe (fiction romance/humor)
• Derek Smith, Bloody Savannah (non-fiction true crime)
• Teresa Smith, Homer’s Day at the Beach (juvenile picture book)
• Damon Taylor, In Our Family: Indigenous American Stories (juvenile non-fiction historical)
• Caleb Wygal, Death on the Causeway (fiction mystery)

The Pee Dee Author Expo and other programs are made possible through the support of Friends of Florence County Library. For more information call (843) 413-7074.