Sunday, November 29, 2020

St. Louis Writer’s Guild Virtual Book Fair

What do writers T.S. Eliot, Maya Angelou, Tennessee Williams, and Irma Rombauer all have in common? Well, from the title of this post, you probably guessed it – St. Louis.

And while this year’s Book Fair doesn’t include any works by those mentioned above, the next great author, poet, or playwright from St. Louis may be there.

My entry to the Fair this year is Killer in the Retroscape, which coincidentally, is priced at only 99 cents until December 7. So don't wait; check it out for yourself.


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