Wednesday, November 5, 2008 marks the date of a free seminar on writing to get published by Coweta's own Vickie Kennedy and Christina Barber. Both are multi-published authors and editors, and Kennedy is the publisher of eTreasures Publishing.
This seminar will be an introduction for writers who want to be published or to sharpen their skills. More seminars will be scheduled monthly to cover various topics. A list of future topics will be available at the first seminar, as well as a schedule of dates for upcoming classes.
The seminar will be held at the African American Heritage Museum at 92 Farmer Street in Newnan. The Museum Director, Diane Wood, is excited about the seminars being held there.
"This will draw attention to the museum, as well as free genealogy tracing for all families in Coweta County," Wood said.
The museum is located in a small house nestled in the woods on Farmer Street, along with a cemetery, and is definitely worth visiting.
Due to limited seating, you must pre-register by calling Vickie Kennedy at 770-683-8416 between 7:00-10:00 PM week nights or 12 noon to 5 PM Saturday and Sunday.
Information of Kennedy's publishing company is available on its website, www.etreasurespublishing.com. Info on her books is available on this website by clicking ENTER, then clicking on "Search by Author", and then clicking on her name. Information on Barber is available on her website www.christinabarber.net.
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