2020: A look ahead

The world will never starve for want of wonders; but only for want of wonder.” – G.K. Chesterton

If I were more skilled in the ways of numerology I could craft a clever introduction to this post about the double numbered year we are entering or write an endearing piece about decades. Though my knowledge of numerology is limited, I can tell you that I’m very excited about 2020. The year has barely started, but I am blessed with a schedule full of book signings, readings and classes I will be teaching. What else is on the docket? I am finishing the fourth draft of the sequel to ‘In Pursuit of The Pale Prince’ and shipping a copy off to a beta reader by the end of January. The goal is to have that on market by October. I am also pursuing three other books I’ve begun, but right now my mind is with Arestus and Cirin and new friends on foreign soils. Below is a schedule of where I will be and what I will be up to the next nine months with more dates to follow. If you are interested in hosting me as a reader or to teach a class, please contact markwallacemaguire@gmail.com. Safe travels. Best, MWM

Jan. 25: Special Needs Dads Conference South. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Fayetteville Christian Church, Fayetteville, Ga.

March 22: Monarch House Reading, Newnan, Ga. Time TBA

July 18: 1 to 3 p.m. Class and signing. Fayette County Library.

September: Fayette County Library. Time and Date TBA.

Published by Mark Wallace Maguire

Mark Wallace Maguire is an award-winning author, columnist and publisher whose writing has appeared in dozens of magazines and newspapers. He is the author of the Kindle number one best seller series, The Alexandria Rising Chronicles for which he was named an Independent Author of the Year Finalist and a Georgia Author of The Year nominee. He is also the author of In Pursuit of The Pale Prince and the non fiction works, Confessions of a Special Needs Dad and Letters from Red Clay Country. He has been honored multiple times by groups such as The Associated Press and The Society of Professional Journalists. In 2005, he was named Berry College Outstanding Young Alumni of The Year. You can learn more about him at www.markwallacemaguire.com and www.alexandriarising.com.

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