Saturday, January 19, 2008
Writing Workshop with Author Pamela Davis-Noland - MLK Weekend
COFFEE HOUSE BOOK TOUR
Featuring Author, Playwright and Producer & Director
SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 2008
2:00pm to 4:00 pm
Fair Grinds Coffeehouse
3133 Ponce de Leon
New Orleans, LA 70119
FREE (2 hour) Workshop
Workshop: "The Art of Writing Your Own Story"
15 min. talk from Author about how & why she wrote this story
15 min. Q & A
15 min. Tips on "free writing"
5 min. Reading from Novel
BREAK - 5 MIN
25 min. Patrons write their own short story or "free writing" thoughts
35 min. Reading & Discussion of Stories
BOOK SIGNING TO FOLLOW
Pamela will present her latest book and a free workshop in association with the Ashé Cultural
Center. Coffee Colored Dreams is on sale with other books by local authors at Fair Grinds
Coffeehouse and Ashé Cultural Arts Center.
About Pamela Davis-Noland:
Pamela Davis-Noland, a Native of Lake Charles, LA by way of Houston, TX has now relocated
to New Orleans, LA where she is currently touring with her Novel and Stage Play of the same
name, "Coffee-Colored Dreams." Ms. Davis-Noland has been writing since the tender age of 13,
where her gift was discovered by a beloved teacher who encouraged her to cultivate her
exceptional use of words.
Beginning her career as a Motivational Speaker & Poet, she has now expanded her resume to
include Novelist and Playwright. She is currently working on the production of her Stage Play,
The Unacquainted as well as her second Novel - Tuesday, Summer of '74, set to debut next Summer.
Pamela Davis-Noland is a definite mainstream writer intent on making her mark in the literary world.