Thunder Road Author Rally

The 5th annual Thunder Road Author Rally on September 9th at Maynardville Public Library was a success. With 36 authors in attendance, some even from out of state, you can imagine the atmosphere that arose at having so many amazing story tellers of so many different genres under the same roof. The authors signed books, took pictures, shook hands, and had a good time getting to know some of the people that make up the heart and soul of Union County. There were some new faces among the authors this year, but the library staff made everyone feel welcome and wanted as they rocked the new rally logo designed by Melissa Stevens.
After the rally was over, the library hosted a lunch and wine tasting for their guests with local Seven Springs Winery showcasing a few local favorites.

"We would like to thank everyone who helped and the authors who were able to come and we hope that everyone had a good time."-Chantay Collins and the library staff.

The date for next years rally has already been released so mark your calendars folks because you don't want to miss out on the 6th annual Thunder Road Author Rally on September 8th, 2018!

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