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SC Book Festival February 27 & 28

The annual SC Book Festival is this weekend, February 27 & 28! It's sure to be an exciting event for all book-worms with an amazing opportunity to enjoy author presentations, book signings, “Master Classes” to learn about writing your own novel and even more! The Festival is being held Saturday 9am-5:30pm and Sunday 11:30am-5:30pm with free admission at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center in Columbia, SC.

While this Book Festival is not devoted to Christian fiction, it does include many authors who write faith-based novels. From Tia McCollors' "The Last Woman Standing" to Tiffany Warren's "In the Midst of it All" there is still a lot at this festival that will appeal to the Christian reader.

The Festival includes authors from a large spectrum of genres from cooking, hunting and photography to fiction, young adult and children's books. Just click on the link below, then click on Authors to check out all the full list of featured genres and authors at this years Festival.

So this weekend, get ready to enjoy a good book AND the pleasure of meeting the author behind the words. The SC Book Festival will have a little something for all!

Find more information at http://www.scbookfestival.org/

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