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"Friends of Linebaugh" Luncheon At Woman's Club On Saturday

The Friends of Linebaugh Library group enjoyed ther annual membership luncheon on Saturday at the Murfreesboro Woman's Club. Author Phyllis Gobbell was the guest speaker.

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BOOK RELEASE: Ending Our Uncivil War Offers Action Steps to Promote Civil Discourse, Spiritual Growth & Government Functionality
BOOK RELEASE: Ending Our Uncivil War Offers Action Steps to Promote Civil Discourse, Spiritual Growth & Government Functionality

Jim Brown, a local author, has a new book available... A Path to Political Recovery & Spiritual Renewal, a transformative book in today's polarized climate, is now available through various distribution channels.

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Ask the Author: Dawn Jones
Ask the Author: Dawn Jones

People ask me questions frequently on how I started writing. The questions range from why did you choose self-publishing versus traditional? How do you market your books and most often how much money I make?

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Meet the Author: Dawn Jones Book Signing at Linebaugh
Meet the Author: Dawn Jones Book Signing at Linebaugh

Rutherford County author Dawn Jones (D.F.Jones) will sign copies of her book "Ruby's Choice" at the Linebaugh Library.

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Ruby's Choice is the debut novel by Murfreesboro resident D.F. Jones and book one of the Ditch Lane Diaries
Ruby's Choice is the debut novel by Murfreesboro resident D.F. Jones and book one of the Ditch Lane Diaries

Ditch Lane Diaries: Ruby's Choice is the debut novel by D.F. Jones and book one of the Ditch Lane Diaries, to be released August 4, 2015. D.F. Jones is a native of Rutherford County and a graduate of MTSU. She also owns Jones Media.

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MTSU Symphony Orchestra to premiere student's inspiring composition Oct. 20
MTSU Symphony Orchestra to premiere student's inspiring composition Oct. 20
While involved in the strong band program at Columbia Central, Boothe formed the Liberty Brass Quartet and the Columbia Brass Ensemble that perform for the Maury County community in several concerts each year. He continues performing with the quartet and conducting the Brass Ensemble.
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