Are You Going To the Pflugerville Book Festival?

The festival is free and will be held in the Poppy, Cosmos and Lantana rooms on Saturday, April 16 and Sunday, April 17, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Guests KAZI Book Review’s Hopeton Hay Nationally bestselling & Edgar Award winning author Meg Gardiner Newbery Honor Medal winner Jacqueline Kelly St. Martin’s Minotaur Mystery Writers… Read More Are You Going To the Pflugerville Book Festival?

NEW PUBLICATION- Terminologia de Relacion by Dr. Anthony Johnson

People who have known me for a long time realize my focus is on promoting and elevating others which leads to the establishment of a legacy. Indeed life continues to be interesting as I have been afforded several opportunities to assist many global populations. Many encounters involved Spanish speaking persons from the South American region… Read More NEW PUBLICATION- Terminologia de Relacion by Dr. Anthony Johnson

Are You Ready for the Texas Book Festival?

Lit Crawl at the Texas Book Festival, Oct. 17 Bat Scavenger Hunt, Nerd Jeopardy, Literary Death Match, Lit Crawl Against Humanity, LGBT storytelling, and more! Lit Crawl Austin returns to the Texas Book Festival on Saturday night, October 17. The annual literary pub crawl, a co-production of the Texas Book Festival and Litquake Foundation, features some… Read More Are You Ready for the Texas Book Festival?

Manos de Cristo’s 2015 Back-to-School Program Prepares~More than 2,000 Low-Income Children for School

Each year Manos de Cristo helps thousands of Central Texas children, Pre-K through 5th grades get ready for school at its annual Back-to-School program. The program prepares low-income students for the school year by providing each child with two sets of new clothing, socks, underwear, and a brand new backpack filled with school supplies. WHEN:     … Read More Manos de Cristo’s 2015 Back-to-School Program Prepares~More than 2,000 Low-Income Children for School