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Writers greet readers at Books Down South

11-Alive news anchor and author Karyn Greer greets one of the hundreds of readers attending the inaugural Books Down South festival Saturday in Fayetteville.

Below, Steve Eubanks, author of more than 30 books has a light moment. Eubanks’ newest book, “All American,” about two men who faced each other in the Army-Navy football game in 2001 and then fought with each other in Iraq, made its debut at the festival.

More than 40 other authors also interacted with their fans during the event at the former Rivers Elementary School on Sandy Creek Road. Other scenes from Books Down South below. Photos/Maggie Zerkus.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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