Exhibits Events Round-Up: Steer Your Way to the Exhibit Floor for Some Great Events!

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Exhibits Events Round-Up: Steer Your Way to the Exhibit Floor for Some Great Events!


BEST-SELLING AUTHOR FORUM

Friday, January 20, 4:00-5:15 pm

Gonzalez Convention Center Room 217A

Mark Gimenez is author of the debut novel The Color of Law, a legal thriller with brilliant pacing, a conflicted protagonist searching for redemption, provocative social overtones, and a setting in the glittering--and duplicitous--worlds of wealth and politics in contemporary Dallas. Sponsored By: Random House, Booth 1360

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New novelist Ron McLarty is the author of The Memory Of Running, described by The Providence Journal as "wonderfully full-bodied, deep-souled first novel that is both melancholy and masterly."

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Sponsored by: Penguin Group, Booth 826

The Secret Sisters, by Joni Rodgers, is the story of three very different women and the surprising journey each one takes as she reinvents her life after loss. Their personal histories, both complex and simple, unfold in rich detail via the braided narrative.

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Sponsored By: HarperCollins, Booth 833

The Author Forum panel will be moderated by Leonard Kniffel, noted author, and editor and publisher of American Libraries Magazine.

All three authors will be signing in their sponsoring exhibitors' booth during the Opening Reception. …

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