“Hold On To Hope” is a children’s book by Sista Eddie, a special needs rooster, who teaches that we all have a great purpose and hope in this life.
“Hold On To Hope” is a children’s book by Sista Eddie, a special needs rooster, who teaches that we all have a great purpose and hope in this life.
Ahlumba Harris is an independent author of four inspirational books that have a passion for purpose and a desire to encourage anyone who has lost hope to realize that it’s never too late to reach for and obtain greater.
Exhibit materials include books written by authors Rod Cornelius and Mirika Mayo Cornelius.
Honoring the sesquicentennial year of the publication of Alice in Wonderland, the Greater Columbia Literacy Council (Turning Pages) will display editions of Alice, Carroll biographies and commentaries. Events will include a dramatization of the Mad Tea Party in the Children’s Pavilion, an Alice literary quiz with prizes for all and weekend-long impersonations of many unforgettable characters─ Alice, the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts, and the March Hare.
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Book: “Honey the Dixie Dingo Dog: Champion of the Strays.” The protagonist: Honey herself. The author: Allen Paul
Amy Miles, Author
Annalisa Grant, Author
L.P. Dover, Author
Three worldwide best selling authors.
Inspirational books by author Ann McCants: “How to Start Over,” “How to Stop Worrying” from her Coffee with God series.
We are a locally owned Forest Acres bookstore specializing in South Caroliniana, Civil War and Genealogy Books.
Boxer Publishing’s booth will feature autographed copies of The College Chronicles: Freshman Milestones, the first novel of Charleston author Kelly Owen’s new adult series. Come get a copy and register for our giveaway: The Ultimate College Care Package. Great for anyone bound for college or already there!
Produced annually by its all-student staff, Broken Ink is USC Aiken’s award-winning literary and visual arts journal.
Bubbleland Imagination Co., is a growing multimedia company that specializes in imagining and developing entertaining, character-building products for children.
Bublish is a publishing technology company offering cloud-based tools, metrics and resources to equip business-savvy authors for success.
Dry Bones is a fun murder mystery, serving up humor straight from the fishbowl experiences of pastors’ wives. Jamie Storm Novels.
Carolina P. McMullen, author of the best selling Amazon Not Here to Stay Series.
Center for African American History Art & Culture will be an educational experience through engaging exhibition designed for the entire family.
Award-winning international author D.A. (Dennis) Winstead graduated with an Economics degree from North Carolina State University and a Masters in Public Policy from George Washington University. Dennis began working for the United States Department of State soon after. As a senior government official for over twenty-three years, he focused on economic and security development policy and traveled extensively during his years of civil service-mostly in post-conflict countries in Asia, Eastern Europe, and Africa. He now runs Color Him Father Foundation, a non-fatherhood empowerment non-profit operating in Africa.
Believable and relatable superhero story with no capes, no spandex, no flying around, & no laserbeam eyeballs.
Columbia Area Reading Council is a professional organization that provides professional growth, leadership development, and community service in the area of literacy.
Columbia Writers Alliance is a community writers support group of many genres from 1st time writers to seasoned; expanding and enriching hidden literary talent.
Publishers of historian Annette Laing’s “smart and funny” time-travel series for middle grades and young-adult readers.
Cosby Media Productions is a new full-service entertainment company that focuses on new intellectual properties in the areas of books, magazines, radio, music, television and film.
South Carolina mystery series authors David Burnsworth and John Carenen write tough guy thrillers.
Meet authors Dell Isham and Cheryl Ford, former residents of South Carolina, selling their own books of adventure and intrigue.
1. DR. Books – Southern Studies, British and American Firsts and much more
2. Alter Ego: graphic novels
Ed’s Editions has a fine collection of antiquarian, out-of-print books and related items offered at reasonable prices.
Dr. Farley’s novels range from historical fiction to literary/adventure/love stories. His scholarly works are in the fields of philosophy and religion.
Novels by C. Michael Forsyth, Dacre Stoker and Jae Johnson, including thrillers, romance, mystery and horror.
Non-Profit Organization featuring Southern History, County and City History, Genealogy, Children’s Books, Railroadiana, Biography, Sets, Art & Photography and Signed Science Fiction & Fantasy.
Greenville Writers selling their books including Sam Draper’s conspiracy thriller, The Fourth Option
Grey Wolfe Publishing is an independent, small press publishing house headquartered in Michigan. We have embraced a “hybrid” approach to publishing, in that we aim to provide authors with the services of the “big” houses, with the attention to detail and affordability the “vanity” presses don’t provide. Our goal is to support authors equally, providing them with the best in editing, production, sales and marketing services possible within our mutually beneficial “Pack” approach. As a family, authors, editors, illustrators, book ambassadors and publisher each support and enrich the company, our Pack, and readers’ experience of the written word.
Hare Brand Ideas writes, designs, and illustrates picture books, book covers, and specialty products.
Harrelson Press tells the stories of the forgotten, the silenced, and the oppressed. Stories have transformed our lives by helping us dream bigger. We choose stories that will do the same for our readers.We are always learning how we can do publishing better through conversations with Indie Publishers, Indie Bookstores, authors, and people in the publishing industry who are trying to transform the publishing industry. We use what we learn to tell stories better, so that our readers can lose themselves in a good book.
Read. Write. Transform.
James L. Powell, Jr., Bishop Emeritus, CEO, teacher, author of Cultural Divinity-The Melting Pot, and Benevolence Complete-Special Edition.
Children Picture books written by award winning local author and popular t-shirt “READING IS FUN”
Holladay House Publishing is a traditional independent book publisher, specializing in children’s books, cookbooks, and adult fiction and nonfiction.
Hub City Press is a non-profit independent press in Spartanburg, SC that publishes well-crafted, high-quality works by new and established authors, with an emphasis on the Southern experience. We are committed to high-caliber novels, short stories, poetry, plays, memoir, and works emphasizing regional culture and history. We are particularly interested in books with a strong sense of place.
Forbidden Child, a fictional novel recognized by five international & national book festivals.
Joggling Board Press is an award-winning publisher of fiction and non-fiction books in the spirit of the South. Stories define who we are and shape who we will become. Working with talented, like-minded people, we tell stories that matter.
John Gillgren is the author of four young adult adventures stories and one adult cold war novel. Nancy Blanton is the author of one young adult novel and one adult historical novel.
Author Karen Petit and artist Maureen Broussalian launch a new book “Lady Louise” for children.
Kevin L. Gantt will be selling copies of the book Inflection. J. K. Thomas, of Well Why Not Me, will be selling copies of It’s Not the Kids, It’s the Parents.
Kim Boykin and Susan Boyer will meet and talk with readers and autograph books. All of their titles will be available.
The Lyon’s Den features modern first edition mystery novels, many signed by the author, and carefully selected non-fiction.
Author of the Levels of Power political thriller series and The Lace House Murder.
Established in 1979, Mercer University Press has published more than 1400 books in the genres of Southern Studies, History, Civil War History, African American Studies, Appalachian Studies, Biography & Memoir, Fiction, Poetry, Religion, Biblical Studies, and Philosophy.
Publishing authors from across the United States and abroad, Mercer Press focuses on topics related to the culture of the South. Always mindful of our Georgia roots, the Press is proud to work with some of the finest Southern writers in all genres. The reputation of the Press significantly enhances the academic environment of Mercer University and carries the name of Mercer and Macon, Georgia throughout the world.
Muddy Ford Press is a boutique publishing company dedicated to providing hands-on publishing opportunities to writers and poets from South Carolina and beyond.
A free early literacy book-by-mail program that provides high-quality age-appropriate books to South Carolina children from birth to age five.
The children’s books are selected by a blue ribbon committee of childhood education experts and include such beloved titles as The Little Engine That Could, The Snowy Day, Llama Llama Red Pajama, Madeline, The Story of Ferdinand and Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!
Stop by our table to enroll a child to receive monthly books or to become a supporter of this valuable program for children throughout South Carolina.
Imagine experiencing the joy of childbirth only to have your world turned upside down nine days later. This is the true story of Naesha Parks. After blacking out, she went to the hospital where a blood clot was found, but doctors soon discovered that she was also experiencing a rare and deadly spontaneous coronary artery dissection, where two of the arteries of her heart had completely split. While on the operating table, Naesha died. Doctors worked to revive her, but were not optimistic about her outcome. After being in a medically induced coma with her chest open for nine days, finally, slowly, she started to improve.
Olivia is a local SC author. Looking forward to meeting everyone, to sell, and to also autograph her novels!
The comprehensive resource for events and programs rooted in the arts and history in Columbia, SC.
Sherman’s Flame and Blame Campaign: Biographies of Charles Townes and Gibbes’ Study: Honor in the Dust and Confederate South Carolina
Paul W. Nielsen will be signing and selling copies of his newest releases in the medical suspense/paranormal genre: The Cambion (2014) and The Second Son (2015).
Handcrafted blank page leather journals, artist sketchbooks made with handmade parchment paper, and book bags.
The Poetry Society of South Carolina supports and promotes the reading, writing, study, and enjoyment of poetry and the literary arts across South Carolina.
Award winning Southern writers, J. Nelson Eldridge & Michael Easler, are on a quest to discover and declare the next generation of great stories.
Relevant Pages Press publishes current Christian books with the goal of making the Bible relevant again in today’s culture.
Experts will be available to help you access thousands of Richland Library eBooks, audio books, eMagazines, music and more on your portable device.
Local author, A.J. Grifin, will be at the booth with copies of her first book, Scandal.
SCETV & ETV Radio will be giving away a limited number of children’s books as well as program information and station information.
The School of Library and Information Science – South Carolina Center for Children’s Books and Literacy is an examination collection including award winning books and newly published children’s titles for use by all interested in children’s literature and reading. Also, it is the home of USC’s Cocky’s Reading Express which is an outreach for family literacy throughout the state.
Sheri S. Levy is the author of Seven Days to Goodbye and Heather Marshall is the author of The Thorn Tree.
Mix together a puppy raiser, her best friend, a boy with autism and older brothers, you get Seven Days to Goodbye.
The Thorn Tree chronicles three generations of women’s lives across two continents as they struggle to redefine themselves after loss.
Publisher of the Short Story America anthology series and collections by individual authors. Superb short fiction.
Faith spectrum in SC embodies historical perspective of ten faiths in SC with essential background of faiths.
The South Carolina Academy of Authors recognizes the state’s distinguished writers, past and present, and promotes the reading of their works.
The South Carolina Arts Commission promotes the arts statewide by providing services, grants and leadership in arts education, community arts development and artist development.
SCGSAH is a residential public high school that offers summer programs for emerging artists in the disciplines of creative writing, dance, drama, music, and visual arts.
The South Carolina State Library develops, supports, and sustains a thriving statewide community of learners committed to making South Carolina stronger. The Library serves the people of South Carolina by supporting state government and libraries to provide opportunities for learning in a changing environment.
The South Carolina Writers’ Workshop is a literary arts organization serving both new and established writers. SCWW offers a supportive environment for people to become better writers.
Boomer, Be Nice is a children’s book to bring awareness to bullying.
Stephen Chesley is a semi-abstract artist working primarily in oils, charcoal, and metal. His work has been featured in a number of solo and group exhibitions and has been honored with a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Susan Boyer & Kim Boykin will meet and talk with readers and autograph books. All of their titles will be available.
Teri Woods will be signing copies of her new children’s book, The Best I Can Be, and her urban fiction novels.
Four books: Down the Little Pee Dee: Paddling SC’s Legendary Blackwater River by W.S. Walker, The Natural History of Congaree Swamp by L.L. Gaddy and J.E. Cely, Alpine South by L.L. Gaddy, and Guide to the Little Pee Dee by L.L. Gaddy and W.S. Walker
Full color 100 page book in two volumes, “Gatherings from the Garden.” Roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds.
The Athenaeum Press is a student-driven publishing lab that reimagines regional stories for a national audience through print and digital media.
Our book, The Makings of a Man, and the introductory book for our literary program, The Emolian Empire, will be available along with various promotional materials.
The State is South Carolina’s most honored newspaper, with special recognition for photography and coverage of sports, politics and public policy.
Protect your books! Application of clear covers for books with or without jackets.
Self-published book, Ten $1 Bills
The amazing true story of how God blessed ten one-dollar bills and built a bridge in Nicaragua.
“Our Curious World of Mirror Images: Reflections on how Symmetry Frames Reality, Powers Creation, and Provides Context for Life.”
Hyche writes fast-paced, crime thriller novels filled with unforgettable characters and head-spinning surprises. Her works include Data Bank, Faded Memories, Swept Away, Intersection of Lies, Glass Shadow, Breathless and the Just for You trilogy: Just for You, Fearless and Painted Fear.
All 9 titles will be available for sale and autographs.
Highlights from the University of South Carolina Libraries’ Collections: Irvine Department of Rare Books, South Carolina Political Collections, South Caroliniana Library, Moving Images Research, South Carolina Digital Collections
USC Press publishes regional and scholarly books as well as new original fiction and children’s and young adult titles.
The first two books of the enchanting Middle Grade/YA Fantasy series “Maurpikios Fiddler” presented by M.J. Logan Fantasy Author.
SC independent author, Virginia C. Hart, is the creator of the new adult contemporary romance Fabulous Five Series. The first two installments of the series, Beneath the Lie and The Final Pairing, will both be available for purchase and autograph.
SC Author and Playwright, Meredith Taylor will be presenting her YA novel Churning Waters.
Set to the magical backdrop of Murrells Inlet, Churning Waters introduces the story of young Marguerite Westley. Margo discovers her family tree holds a secret link to the world of the Sironians – an underwater race of dark and powerful beings. Book Two of the Churning Water Series, Clashing Waters is set to be released summer 2015.
Warbranch Press publishes picture books for children by South Carolina author, Kate Salley Palmer. They also publish books that emphasize family stories and South Carolina history.
WWA supports literature of the West for the World. Members write fiction and non-fiction, traditional and non-traditional in books, film, song, and poetry.
Hard copies and paperback copies of Where’s Stephanie? A Story of Love, Faith, and Courage, plus posters & bookmarks.
Custom bookbinding and repair. Antique book restoration. Cloth, leather, bibles, thesis, self-published imprinting.
YouthLight is an educational publishing company dedicated to providing counselors, educators, and other professionals with useful materials to help maximize their effectiveness with youth. YouthLight provides exciting books, interactive lessons, games, and other products relating to topics such as Relational Aggression, Self-Regulation, Social Skills, Biblio-Guidance, and other Developmental Counseling Tools.