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[Newnan Carnegie Library] : February Hometown Novel Nights

Anthony Urda
Newnan Carnegie Library

February Hometown Novel Nights
A virtual program with three exciting authors!

NEWNAN, Ga., February 2021 - Join the Newnan Carnegie Library and Hometown Novel Nights on Thursday, February 18th at 6:30 pm for this special Zoom event. You can watch from the comfort and convenience of your home. (The Zoom link information will be emailed to you as soon as you register via Eventbrite).

Each author will share about themselves, their writing journey, and their latest book(s). Books will be available to purchase from the Carnegie or Corner Arts Gallery & Studios (our event sponsors). This event will be recorded in case you can't make it at the scheduled time.

Renea Winchester, born in Bryson City, North Carolina, is the author of two non-fiction books: 'In the Garden with Billy: Lessons about Life, Love and Tomatoes' and 'Farming, Friends, and Fried Bologna Sandwiches.' 'Outbound Train' is her first novel. She has lived in Atlanta, GA, for the last 17 years.

Anne Armistead earned her English literature degree from the University of Georgia and her MFA in Creative Writing from Spalding University. Anne is a member of the Atlanta Writers Club and the Historical Novel Society. Her debut historical romance novel is 'Dangerous Conjurings.' Her next book, 'The Carousel Traveler,' will be released in 2021.

Debby Giusti is a medical technologist who loves working with test tubes and Petri dishes almost as much as she loves to write. Debby's stories have made the USA Today Bestseller List, and a number of Publishers Weekly Bestsellers Lists and have won numerous awards. She lives in Atlanta, GA, with her husband and three children.

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Newnan Carnegie Library
The Newnan Carnegie Library in Newnan, GA, is one of the most historically significant structures in downtown Newnan and was built in 1904. The Carnegie provides a central dynamic gathering place that serves residents of all ages and backgrounds as well as community organizations with a non-circulating reading room, children's area, and meeting spaces enhanced by an art gallery. It seeks to be an integral part of the community by offering print and electronic materials, services, and programs to adults and children to enrich daily lives. For more information about the Carnegie, visit