Free Authors Networking Expo at AARLCC
BROWARD COUNTY, FL – On Saturday, March 28, 2015 beginning at 2 p.m., there will be a free Authors Networking Expo at the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC), 2650 Sis-trunk Blvd., Fort Lauderdale.
Author and event organizer Marlo Bromfield asks, “Do you have a burning desire to become a writer? Have you ever wondered ‘how do I get started’? Well wonder no more,” she says. “You are invited to come out and meet some dynamic a-thors at the Authors Networking Expo who will share their experiences and knowledge on how to get started with writing!”
Here is the line-up of seven authors and one editor who are offering their skills to the com-munity in this free event:
Marlo Bromfield is the author of I’m Special. Her book reminds us how unique we all are, with the help of her main character Hannah and her animal friends in this hear-twarming children’s story.
Angella Fleming, also known as “The Debt Busting Diva,” is the author of Stress Free Debt Free. She shares her journey to a debt-free life-style.
Sharon Thomas is the author of Colors of the World, a book that engages parents with their children through an adventure of colors around the world.
Colleen Edwards is the author of Lost in the Woods, a children’s story about a brother and sister who decide to take a walk in the woods without their parent’s permission. Once they make it back home they have a lot of explaining to do.
Ivor Bryan is the author of Insights from a Crossing Guard, a book that focuses on providing parents, teachers, and guardians with some basic information and foolproof tips on raising, training, and guiding children from the moment they are born to the time they learn to drive.
Sindy Eugene, also known as “The Student Pathfinder,” is the author of several books. Sindy believes in transforming students one brick at a time.
Robens Chery is the author of The Mindset of a Teen, a book that offers a profound look into the life of today’s teens as they deal with the struggles of decision making in society.
Idson Charles is the author of Revolt of the Wildlife. Anderson was intrigued by the fierce nature of lions. He wanted a close experience with the wild animals of Africa and became a hunter. He learned about the cruel practices of animal hunting, and this set him on a mission to raise awareness of this injustice.
Horace Hord is senior vice president for corporate relations with ICABA Media Holdings, LLC. Hord has worked with several authors as their editor.
This event is sponsored by the Friends of the African-American Research Library and Cultural Center.
Call the Welcome Desk at (954) 357-6210.
For more information about Broward County Libraries, visit broward.org/library