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Janice Holt Giles to be inducted into Authors Hall of Fame today

By Mike Crain

Janice Holt Giles, Adair County KY author, will be inducted into The KY Authors Hall of Fame by The Carnegie Center, 251 W 2nd Street, Lexington, KY Thursday January 23, 2014 @ 5:30pmCT/6:30pmET.

Mrs. Giles was one of KY's most prolific female authors writing about 25 books mostly published between 1950 and 1975.

The log Giles House and 10 acres 360 Spout Springs RD, Adair County District 6, Columbia, KY, in the vicinity of Knifley, KY, are preserved by The Giles Society.

If you wish to be an annual member or to contribute to restoration efforts, please contact Keysha Tucker at Baker's Store, 6104 Elkhorn Road, in beautiful downtown Knifley, KY. The Giles Society Board is thrilled with this great recognition of Mrs. Giles and her husband Henry Giles literary contributions. - Mike Crain

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Giles House: Famous occupant now in Authors Hall of Fame

2014-01-23 - 360 Spouts Springs Road, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. The popular and very scenic Giles House near Knifley, KY, takes on even more importance with the announcement that the late Janice Holt Giles is being inducted into the Kentucky Authors Hall of Fame. - Linda Waggener
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