Local Authors’ Tea

Local Authors’ Tea

The vocation of writing is often times a lonely one. You sit for hours upon hours by yourself sifting through character traits, plot twists an story lines. Therefore, it could be beneficial to surround yourself with like-minded people from time to time. You can learn so much and gain new, exciting perspectives by communication with people who share a similar vision.

(L to R) Briana Whitaker, Krystal Grant, Kimberly Griffith Massey, Monique Gibson Sandiford

(L to R) Briana Whitaker, Krystal Grant, Kimberly Griffith Massey, Monique Gibson Sandiford

That’s why I was thrilled to participate in a Local Authors’ Tea and Book Signing in South Carolina a few weeks ago. This event brought nine authors together along with a host of attendees to talk about our careers as writers, the writing process and our various paths to publication.

Krystal Grant

The Local Authors’ Tea and Book Signing was remarkable and I hope it becomes an annual event. Thanks so much to Jehovah Missionary Baptist Church for hosting.