TO YOU, FROM ME, is a comprehensive look at C. A. Webb's activities within the Arts. It provides information to keep others abreast of events that C. A. Webb is participating in, as well as new projects. You may contact Webb at (601) 896.5616.
Newsletter Dated: 12/18/2006 5:54:36 PM
Subject: National Bestselling author Carl Weber comes to Mississippi to promote new Book
The man who has been the "King of Drama" since he burst on the literary scene will be making a visit to Jackson, Mississippi in January 2007.
What better way for a new Marketing/Public Relations firm to introduce itself to the state of Mississippi then by hosting one of the most read authors of urban fiction: National Bestselling author Carl Weber (author of Baby's Mama Drama, So You Call Yourself A Man, She Ain't The One and First Lady).
The "King of Drama" will be in Mississippi for ONE DAY ONLY in January 2007--- and he will be attending events arranged by For The People Productions.
Join For The People Production on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 for a series of carefully selected events geared at promoting reading, writing and the love of books.
The first stop of the day will be at 9:00a.m. when Weber will join FTP at Medgar Evers Library (4215 Medgar Evers Blvd) for a 30 minute meet and greet. During this time he will sign all of his books that carried in the library as well as those brought in by his fans.
The excitement continues to build from 11a.m. to 1:30p.m. during a booksigning at Walden's Books inside the Metrocenter Mall. This is a part of the partnership with For The People Productions and C. A. Webb's "Read My Lips" literacy project.
WANT MORE? Then visit the Richard Wright Library (515 McDowell Road) in South Jackson with Carl Weber and For The People Productions as they host two events that will continue to encourage reading and the joy of books.
At 4p.m., C. A. Webb (Richard Wright Library Teen Facilitator_ will host a special hour of his project TEEN TIME with Weber, allowing the youth to have unprecedented access to the writer--- asking questions and getting his unique perception of the issues teens face and how he addresses them in his work. This event is free and open to the public.
Then at 5:30p.m. you are invited to a discussion/Q&A with the author moderated by Mississippi's own C. A. Webb at the Richard Wright Library. This is a ticketed event, and you can purchase tickets online at www.forthepeopleproductions.com or at the booksigning held at Walden Books. No tickets will be sold at the library. ($1.00 of each ticket sale will benefit The Good Samaritan Center and the work they do throughout the State.)
This is definitely a series of events you don't want to miss!
For more information, contact Stanley Clark (President, For The People Productions) at 773.344.7220 or Stephanie Mitchell (Vice-President, For The People Productions) at 601.899.1693. Make sure to get all the details at www.forthepeopleproductions.com. You can also email the company at forthepeopleproductions.yahoo.com.