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Chris Rowe Book signing at Decatur Book Fair, Sept. 4, 2011

Adair County Author, an outstanding Adair County High School Academic Team Alum, will be in the Atlanta, GA area Labor Day weekend Sunday, September 4, 2011, with latest book, 'Sandstorm'

Freddie Rowe and other members of the Rowe family of Columbia, KY, will be motoring to Decatur, GA, on Labor Day weekend for a book signing for the Rebel of Rowe Farm's - his brother, Chris Rowe's - latest book, "Sandstorm."

The book signing will start at 2:30pmET/1:30pmCT Sunday, September 4, 2011. at Eddie's Attic Stage, 515 N McDonough St # B, Decatur, GA 30030-3348. (404) 377-4976, as part of the big Decatur Book Festival, sponsored by the Atlanta Constitution. There's more on the book signing and a brief biography of Chris Rowe, click to Chris Rowe entry at Decatur Book Festival webpage.

Location: If you go, it's under six hours from Downtown Columbia, KY to the book signing. A CM Trip Tip: Adjust the Google Map to drive through Burkesville, KY, then through Celina, Livingston, Cookeville, Sparta, Spencer, TN, for the quickest, shortest, most relaxing, most scenic route to the event, regardless of what AAA or Google Maps tell you. MAP to Eddie's Attic Stage

If you're lucky enough to be there, we hope you'll share a photo of the occasion with CM readers, a travel and dining review of the trip.

This story was posted on 2011-08-03 04:59:40
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