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Charlotte Harbor Book Festival: Finding Your Voice
February 25 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
The Charlotte Harbor Book Festival presents “Finding Your Voice” with author Naomi Pringle. Gray is not an exciting color, but it is the shade books convey when storylines and characters sound alike. Naomi Pringle, author of two creative nonfiction novels, helps authors find their unique voices by crafting unique characters and dialogue. Registration is suggested but not required to attend.
Naomi Pringle, author of Ginga Root Tea: An American Journey and Lily: Riding the Color Line, is a Manhattan native of Jamaican heritage who graduated from Hunter College of the City University of New York and later became an award-winning broadcast journalist for ABC’s flagship radio station in New York. She has been honored by the Associated Press, the National Urban League, and American Women in Radio and Television.
Visit the Charlotte Harbor Book Festival webpage for a list of complete events. This festival is funded in part through a Florida Humanities Book Festival Grant in partnership with the Military Heritage Museum.
February 25 @ 1:30 pm -
February 25 @ 2:30 pm