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Bolivar Peninsula Here I Come!

I made a recent trip to my beloved Bolivar to drop off some Shiny Bits paperbacks at a few local retailers. I took photos and video footage of my trip to share with my readers. 

August 30th at 7 pm CST, watch my author spot at the Literary Lockdown Book Fair, hosted by Creative Central on Facebook for more behind-the-scenes of Shiny Bits In Between! 

See you then!





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