Middle Georgia Indie Book Fest

Where friends and books come together.



When? Saturday, July 21st from 4pm – 8pm.
Where? Between Friends Coffeeshop & Cafe. 1080 Hwy 96, Warner Robins, GA 31088.

Local indie authors from across the state will have tables set up ready to answer all questions, promote their books, and share insider tips on all things writing! Between Friends’ kitchen will be open serving all things food and drinks.

More details here.


Featured Authors:

Jaimie E. Miller

Jaimie is a mother, three time published author, coffeeshop co-owner, & alum of Troy University with degrees in English Literature & Psychology.

Jennifer B. Duffey

Jennifer B. Duffey has worked as a freelance writer for over 5 years, writing for clients from around the country. She is the proud mother of two and currently lives in central Georgia with her son.

Ann Barnes

Ann Harrison-Barnes is the author of three books: A Journey of Faith, A Stepping Stones Mystery,  Stories Outside the Box, and Maggie’s Gravy Train Adventure, An Electric Eclectic Book. She has also been published in several anthologies. Aside from her work as a Christian fiction author, Ann is a professional writer and she also crochets bookmarks and book covers to promote her books. To learn more about Ann and her work, visit her website at www.annwritesinspiration.com

Chrissie Tomlinson

Dr. Chrissie Tomlinson has over twenty-five years in the ministry, where she has served as a Christian educator and Christian counselor. She holds master’s degrees in biblical counseling and in management/organizational leadership and a PhD in Christian counseling and psychology. She currently resides in Georgia.

Michael Scott

Michael is a family man, devoted husband and father, pro wrestling Hall-of-Famer, comedian actor, and narrator.

Carol James Marshall

Carol James Marshall loves all things creepy and mysterious. Although she reads a wide range of genres, she writes Sci-Fi horror that is guaranteed to cause goosebumps.

A.K. Meek

A.K. Meek is a reader, reviewer, and writer, mostly speculative fiction. He lives in the South with his wonderful family and menagerie of dogs and cats.

Allen Gee

Allen Gee was born in Astoria, Queens, in New York City. He grew up largely in Albany, NY. He attended the University of New Hampshire, the Iowa Writers Workshop, and finally, the University of Houston. He’s currently a Professor of English at Georgia College. He’s married to the writer Renee Dodd; her novel is “A Cabinet of Wonders.” He has two daughters, Ashley and Willa. His favorite pastimes are fishing, running, playing basketball, and hiking and backpacking.

Elliot Cooper

Elliot Cooper is all about happy endings and positive queer rep in genre fiction – specifically subgenres of romance and erotica. His stories range from sweet to scorching hot, light to dark, humorous to serious, and everything in between. He loves to experiment with genre mash-ups and old favorite tropes, turning some on their heads, meeting others head-on.

Kelsey Jordan

Kelsey Jordan is the author of the Gardinian World Novels. She is a collector of backpacks, pens, and an unseemly amount of paper. When she isn’t working on the series, you can usually find her scrawling on something, playing video games, or taking glorious naps.

Winsphere Jones

Winsphere Jones considers the world of New Amsterdam as a stage where he writes stories of humanity’s greatest internal battles.  As a writer, he hopes to be a significant part in broadening the minds of those who have been kept in the box far too long and create an imaginative spirit for the New American writer.

R. C. Qualls

Paul Sinor

Paul Sinor is a published novelist and a produced screenwriter. Eight of his scripts have been produced as feature length films. He is the author of the Johnny Morocco Mystery Series set in Atlanta, GA. in the early 1950’s and features a P.I. who works out of a pool room. His other mystery series is contemporary, starring Max Maxwell, and is set in a small town north of Seattle, WA. He has a book on marketing screen plays, called B$ a Script Sale When You Don’t Live in Hollywood.

Gerry Fortier