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A conversation with Jayne Allen and LaTanya McQueen

July 22, 2021 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Online, N/A, Portland, OR 97207

We have been reminded how important it is for diverse voices to be heard. #BlackVoices helps amplify the many titles from authors with stories to tell. Join us in 2021 as we use our resources and access to help amplify #BlackVoices.

Save your spot for a virtual live event with authors Jayne Allen and LaTanya McQueen.

Jayne Allen is being called an “An author to watch!”—Emily Henry, New York Times bestselling author of Beach Read.

The first novel in a captivating three-book series about modern womanhood, in which a young Black woman must rely on courage, laughter, and love—and the support of her two longtime friends—to overcome an unexpected setback that threatens the most precious thing she’s ever wanted.

LaTanya McQueen is the author of a haunting novel about a black woman who returns to her hometown for a plantation wedding and the horror that ensues as she reconnects with the blood-soaked history of the land and the best friends she left behind.

These are books – and conversation – you won’t want to miss!

Register now and you’re entered to win a copy of
Black Girls Must Die Exhausted
or When the Reckoning Comes.

This event will promote buying through independent bookstores
and is free and open to the public.

[From Third Eye Books]

[See also Ingram’s Tweet Here]


Portland, OR 97207


Third Eye Books
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