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Thu, May 09

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Plenty Downtown Bookshop

Author Event: A.G. Roberts

We are pleased to welcome Tennessee Tech's own A.G. Roberts to Plenty, to share with us about her middle grade series and its' latest release!

Author Event: A.G. Roberts
Author Event: A.G. Roberts

Time & Location

May 09, 2024, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM

Plenty Downtown Bookshop, 48 W Broad St, Cookeville, TN 38501, USA

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About the event

Please join us in welcoming A.G. Roberts to the bookshop, as she shares with us about her middle grade fantasy series, signing copies of the latest release, The Forgotten Doorway

ABOUT THE BOOK:

Mysterious happenings. Disappearances. Whispers about a long-told prophecy. Morgan Lawrence is putting her plan into action: she will become ruler of the known lands. To do it, she must search for the last master key and control the young adventure team of prophecy. She’ll stop at nothing in her quest for power, including kidnapping the esteemed wizard Master Jacob Arrington. It’s up to Henry, Miranda, and Jesse, three young, untrained, wannabe adventurers to defeat her. But they’ll have to learn to trust each other and work together as their quest brings them more questions than answers. Has the ancient prophecy begun? Are they the adventurers who were foretold? And is the forgotten doorway active once more? Join them as they race to uncover these mysteries in The Forgotten Doorway.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

A.G. (Amanda) Roberts writes books for children, young adults, and those of any age who are young at heart. Her stories are imaginative, entertaining, and written with language and situations which are family friendly. Her writing stems from her love of books, especially books that transport the reader to a different time and place.

She lives in Tennessee and you can see the influence of the southeastern US in many of her books. She has a varied educational background and has earned a Bachelor of Science, two Master of Arts, a Master of Science, and a doctorate degree. She has worked in higher education for the last several years as an advisor and adjunct professor at Tennessee Tech University.

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