Jackson Book Festival goes virtual the 2nd Saturday during Black History Month


Jackson Book Festival goes virtual the 2nd Saturday during Black History MonthFeb. 13, 2020 from 11am to 6pm central standard time zone. The festival is live on Zoom and Facebook live. Get tickets from http://www.eventbrite.com or from our Facebook pages. Jackson Book Festival hosts its 4th Poetry Contest from 5pm to 6pm. There are four competition levels: Elementary StudentsMiddle Schoolers, H.S. and Adult. Poems must be original and written by contestants.

Meredith Coleman McGee announces her participation in the Jackson Book Festival as book vendor, host, storyteller, and book seller

Get tickets to Virtual Book Twenty via eventbrite.com


Get tickets to Virtual Book Twenty, 5 for 20 via eventbrite.com. Author/Poets rapidly present elevator sales pitches Live on Zoom and Facebook Live, Tuesday, Dec 15, 2020 from 12:30-1:30pm central standard time. Autographed books will be available to the Live Audience. Tune in Tuesday. *8 authors *16 books.

Authors are invited to get tickets to Virtual Book Twenty 5 for Twenty


Virtual Book Twenty 5 for Twenty, TUE. 12.15.2020. 12:30 to 2:30PM Central Time. Join us! Get tickets on Eventbrite.com. Authors will present 20 to 40 second book pitches. Pitches will be followed by 5 min Q&A. Virtual Book Twenty 5 for Twenty is the last event in 2020 via Community Library Mississippi Goes Virtual.

Children book writer Hazel Janelle Meredith’s new book “Trip in the Enchanted Forest” is live.


Trip in the Enchanted Forest by Hazel Janell Meredith 8/31/2020 eBook $1.14 print book $6.74 – 35 pages. Ms. Meredith is the author of My Brother J-Boy. Her other works include A Story about James H. Meredith: A Civil Rights Leader, My Picture Dictionary, and My First Book Series.

Richard, Janiya, Prince, Apollo, and Zion take a trip into the Enchanted Forest where they met animal friends including a dog, a robin, a cow, a rabbit, a sheep, a bee, and a chicken.