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Book Giveaway Going on at www.scarlettohara.org

The wonderful blog,
href="http://www.ScarlettOHara">ScarlettOHara.org is giving away a copy of my book, The Secret of the Belles. You just need to know your Marietta Gone With the Wind Museum-Scarlett on the Square triva, although we Windies find it anything but trivial! Read More 
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Red Carpet Vintage Car Parade

We had such a wonderful time during the outstanding "70 Years of Gone With the Wind: A Re-Premiere" event in charming Marietta, GA, on November 13-15. From the actors and authors Q&A to the book signings to the Belles & Beaus Costume Ball - and all culminating in the vintage car parade that brought us to the red carpet at Read More 
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Interview on http://scarlettohara.org

Leigh Mills, who operates the wonderful blog format website, ScarlettOHara.org, and the website, VIVIEN-LEIGH.com, is running a series of interviews in anticipation of "70 Years of Gone With the Wind: A Re-Premiere." Read More 
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Reporter with Cincinnati Enquirer writes about The Secret of the Belles

Ryan Clark, a reporter with the Cincinnati Enquirer, wrote a story about the book on Mon., Oct. 19. Ryan just published a book of poetry: Dusty Roads & Faded Signs. Thank you, Ryan!

http://nky.cincinnati.com/article/AB/20091018/NEWS0103/910190319/+Gone+With+the+Wind++inspired+NKY+author

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Book characters come to life

The two main characters in The Secret of the Belles, Lanie Sullivan, who lives in Marietta, Ga., in 1939, and Belle Blakely, who lives in Lanie's childhood home over sixty years later, have been brought to life by doll maker Mary Ellen Lucas of Lexington, Ky. Read More 
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Cincinnati's Books by the Banks

Books by the Banks: Cincinnati USA Book Festival will be held on Satuday, October 17, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Duke Energy Convention Center. The event is free and open to the public.

I'll be there with The Secret of the Belles and some promotional items from the Marietta Gone With the Wind Museum-Scarlett on the Square. I hope you'll stop by in you're in the area. Read More 
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Frankly, you should give a damn about Gone With the Wind' museum

By MARY ANN ANDERSON - McClatchy-Tribune News Servive
MARIETTA, Ga. - Pop quiz for all the Windies out there. What is the "flaming embrace?" Which of these lines is correct? "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn" or "My dear, I don't give a damn." And what or who are the Windies? Read More 
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Read all about it! The Re-Premiere

Connie Sutherland, executive director of the Marietta Gone With the Wind Museum, has posted details about “70 Years of Gone With the Wind: A Re-Premiere," to be held in Marietta, Georgia, on November 13 and 14. Details here:  Read More 
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The Marietta Gone With the Wind Museum-Scarlett on the Square announces Re-Premiere details

The Marietta Gone With the Wind Museum-Scarlett on the Square, in partnership with the Earl Smith Strand Theatre and Turner Classic Movies, is pleased to announce its 2009 special event, 70 YEARS OF GONE WITH THE WIND: A RE-PREMIERE. The event, slated for Nov. 13 and 14 in honor of the film’s 70th anniversary, will be shown on the big screen with pre-show activities hosted by film historian and host of Turner Classic Movies, Robert Osborne. Read More 
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Bonnie Blue Butler loves The Secret of the Belles

Cammie "Bonnie Blue Butler" King read a portion of my new book, The Secret of the Belles, and has offered to write a "blurb" for the cover. How wonderful! The book will be published in mid- to late-September, 2009.
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