Thursday, August 30, 2007

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Power Networking Series Last Thursdays, VIP Social Business Card Exchange, and 2007 Membership Drive Thursday, August 30, 2006

Power Networking Series Last Thursdays, VIP Social Business Card Exchange, and 2007 Membership Drive Thursday, August 30, 2005. Join The Power Networking Business Series on Thursday, August 30, 2007 at Baton Rouge for its 15th monthly Social Mixer. Network and Socialize with dozens of small business owners from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. Enjoy a warm comfortable setting, appetizers and great connections.

Admission $20.00 (Online Payment Only) Learn to earn more, increase your business contacts, and expand your business network. To join log on to and click on membership link. You are welcome to stay beyond 8:00pm relaxing to the smooth sounds of jazz. Baton Rouge is located at 458 West 145th between Convent & Amsterdam avenues. Please RSVP by emailing Email to RSVP via email.

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Georgia Woodbine Author, Speaker, & Life Coach

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Harlem Book Fair on Long Island Commemorative Journal

Harlem Book Fair on Long Island Commemorative Journal
Venue: The Freeport Recreation Center
130 East Merrick Road
Time: 12-6pm

In Celebration of this year's 5th Annual Harlem Book Fair on Long Island, scheduled Saturday, September 29, 2007, we are producing a special Commemorative Journal. The journal will be a colorful, very festive, and educational 42-page 7 ½ x 10 size booklet celebrating the literary achievements of the participating authors and the milestone of the 5th anniversary of Harlem Book Fair on Long Island.

The journal, a MUST-HAVE souvenir, will be distributed at the Book Fair on Saturday, September 29. We are currently soliciting journal ads. Deadline for submission is September 15. You don’t want to be left out!!!

Harlem Book Fair was established in 1999 by Max Rodriguez, publisher of QBR The Black Book Review, to bridge the literacy divide in the black community and the urban areas around the nation. Each year, since its inception, noted African-American and Hispanic authors have appeared for book-signings, panel discussions, readings, workshops, and “open mike” sessions about their work.

The community event, designed to promote literacy and literary endeavor on Long Island, is also an opportunity for authors to encourage our youth and dialogue with the community. This year even proves to be better, as a variety of merchants have been earmarked and will be on hand to exhibit their products/services.

What started in Harlem has found permanent grounds here on Long Island, courtesy of The African Atlantic Genealogical Society (, with whom Mr. Rodriguez joined forces to début the first Harlem Book Fair on Long Island in 2003. Since then, Harlem Book Fair on Long Island has been a mainstay and continues to receive much acclaim. Each year Black and Hispanic writers, venders, residents, and politicians alike, along with several thousand consumers, continue to grace their presence at the Book Fair.

Much is expected this year and your journal ad and/or information about you will reach hundreds and thousands of avid readers and potential consumers who continue to make their presence known at this wonderful event.

Let’s hear from you. Any questions, please email me at Reach us via phone at (516) 379-0237 (Elseah) or (718) 380-2062 (Phil)

Elseah Chea, Coordinator
Harlem Book Fair Commemorative Journal 2007

Phil Andrews, Co-Coordinator
& Publicist

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