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Gaithersburg Book Festival, Saturday, May 17th, 10am – 6pm

I invite all book lovers to come out early to the Gaithersburg Book Festival on Saturday, May 17th, 10am–6pm held in Old Towne Gaithersburg at the City Hall Grounds. There’s something for everyone.

The Festival has quickly become one of the nation’s top literary events, attracting hundreds of award-winning and best-selling authors, poets, and songwriters from across the country. And it’s FREE!

Join the camaraderie and be a part of the hottest literary event in the region for a celebration of books, writers, and literary excellence. Please spread the word!

Join Paul Stankus, GBF Committee Member, and poet, short story writer, and author of three books, as he leads off the festival by introducing three local rising stars who are mystery and suspense authors: E.A. Aymar, Steve Piacente, and Gwen Pegram.

Gwen Pegram is a featured author and invites you to a reading of excerpts from her debut novel, The Missing Fiveat the F. Scott Fitzgerald Pavilion at 10:35am and the signing of her book thereafter.

We hope to see you at this wonderful literary event.

The Gaithersburg Book Festival offers free parking and shuttle service.

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Gaithersburg Book Festival, Saturday, May 17, 2014

“A celebration of books, writers, and literary excellence”

Come out and meet local Author Gwen Pegram and other authors at the Gaithersburg Book Festival on Saturday, May 17 from 10am – 6pm in the heart of Olde Towne Gaithersburg.

Gwen is a Featured Presenter this year. She will read from her debut novel, The Missing Five, an adult mystery fiction set in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. The tale chronicles the lives and disappearance of five middle-age, African-American men, and narrates the storytelling episodes of protagonist Jackie Trumpleton and four women she has known for twenty plus years. The women share an unusual relationship. They only interact during annual vacations where they drink champagne nonstop, share secrets, tell soul-wrenching stories, and explore sexual adventures.

The Gaithersburg Book Festival is in its fifth year. The festival has established itself as one of the DC metropolitan area’s premier literary events, featuring prominent authors, poets, and songwriters.

The festival is free to attend and offers free parking and shuttle service.

I hope to see you there.

 
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