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Florida Heritage Book Festival

The Written Word is Alive and Well in St. Augustine

All over St. Augustine—all over the fair state of Florida and all over the world, for that matter—books and the people who write them continue to inform, delight, thrill, elucidate, illuminate, educate, inspire, elicit laughter, provide portals of escape, and remind us of a past we might otherwise be doomed to repeat—lest we forget, that is.  Such is the power of the written word.

Book Lover’s Unite: Florida Heritage Book Festival

This Saturday, celebrate that power at the Florida Heritage Book Festival in the heart of the St. Augustine historic district and most especially on the beautiful red brick and
cobblestone terrain that is the Flagler College campus.

“Each year The Florida Heritage Book Festival showcases Florida’s rich and diverse literary legacy with a day of author talks which promise to delight book lovers and provide inspiration for aspiring authors,” said Florida Heritage Book Festival co-founder Vic DiGenti.

Weave through the maze-like treasure trove of the latest books from your favorite Florida authors and publishing houses. Meet with featured and marketplace authors to purchase books, get your own copies signed and enjoy a little one-on-one discussion with the author if possible.

Florida Heritage Book Festival’s Featured Writers: Getting Better All the Time

“This year we’ve raised the bar even higher by presenting an enticing mix of
bestselling authors whose body of work—in both fiction and nonfiction—is truly impressive,”
says DiGenti.

“If you’re into fiction, you may have some tough decisions to make about which author presentations to attend. The same problem arises with nonfiction.”

Please review the festival website to discover the details about featured poetry, nonfiction, and fiction writers.

Whichever writer you decide to see, you’re sure to be pleased.

Florida Heritage Book Festival and Marketplace

The Florida Heritage Book Festival and Marketplace take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, September 27, at the  Ringhaver Student Center on the Flagler College Campus. Authors will be on site to sign their books and both featured and marketplace authors will read excerpts from their books in the Festival Reading Room. Please download the full schedule to review ahead of time, or just review the full printed itinerary that will be provided to you at the festival. Be sure to discover all you can about the festival’s featured poets, fiction writers, and nonfiction writers.

Authors will be on site to sign their books and both featured and marketplace authors will read excerpts from their books in the Festival Reading Room. Please download the full schedule to review ahead of time, or just review the full printed itinerary that will be provided to you at the festival. Be sure to discover all you can about the festival’s featured poets, fiction writers, and nonfiction writers.

Festival Highlights

Hang on to your schedule and be sure to note these exciting featured events and thoughtful transportation offerings courtesy of the Florida Heritage Book Festival. All of the below events and offerings are free and are offered on Saturday, September 27, at varying times. Please click links for details or visit the Florida Heritage Book Festival site for details about all of the below-featured events.

Make Every Word Count This Weekend

Kickoff fall in the right style. You’ll discover a world of knowledge at the Florida Heritage Book Festival. And this priceless good time won’t cost you a dime!

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2018-06-21T14:53:06+00:00 October 1st, 2014|Art, Culture & Music, City Blog, Special Events, Things to Do|

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