We Read a Fly Girl Mixer comes to Atlanta with an all-star lineup of black girl magic

 

We Read a Fly Girl Mixer is a traveling event that brings readers face-to-face with their favorite authors and bloggers. The events are set in different cities across the country offering readers a chance to enjoy food, music, empowerment panels, and an intimate social with writers. It has become a well received, out-of-the-box way to showcase literary artists.

Past experiences have featured reality stars, celebrity authors, popular bloggers and socialites. This edition will be no different with a great blend of fashionistas, novelists, and leading voices that entertain and inspire readers. The format is an interactive panel of boss chicks with a mixer and book signing following the discussion. The panel is moderated by Talia O. journalist from The Shade Room.

This free event features an all-star lineup that includes NY times best-selling author Mary B. Morrison, creator of the AAMBC Awards Tamika Newhouse, self-made millionaire of urban fiction Myss Shan, and global brand builder and ghost-writer Legendary LaQuita.

Presented by AAMBC, a nonprofit organization that advocates for literacy, and hosted at the Auburn Ave. Research Library, hundreds of ladies will gather for relationship chatter, boss talk, and it will all be centered around books. A book signing and artists fellowship will conclude the evening as guest will be able to snap shots on the red carpet, partake in the social media fun, and take pictures with their favorite writer.

 

Where:

 

We Read: A Fly Girl Panel and Live Discussion

Sat Oct 28th

3:00 – 4:00pm

Auburn Ave Research Library (Amphitheater)

 

We Read: Breakout Session & Book Signing

Sat, Oct 28th

4:00 – 5:00

Auburn Ave Research Library (1st Floor Gallery)

 

 

RSVP at HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/atlanta-we-read-a-fly-girl-mixer-tickets-36401129759

 

For social media engagement use: #FlyGirlsRead #AAMBCAwards

Tamika

Author of 13 novels as seen in Vibe Vixen, Essence, Uptown, and on BET and Centric .

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