Saturday, June 16, 2012

sexoffenderissues-valigator: Shaun Webb Michigan sex offender

sexoffenderissues-valigator: Shaun Webb Michigan sex offender

I am rather curious Shaun as probably others are also. You advertised to the public that "YOU" Shaun Webb were invited to the Miami Book Fair to be held in November. (and I quote)
Dakota0526 aka Shuan Webb said...

""""""Speaking of Florida, look where I've been invited in November!"""""""

Miami Book Fair International

Mr. Webb,

Welcome to our 29th Miami Book Fair. This year we have so much new, so much much to do and read (and discover!) at the Fair.

Our featured country is China, and the Fair has partnered with the Confucius Institute at MDC to present a day-long symposium on China’s culture and language, including a round-table discussion with China’s most important contemporary writers. This is a very significant program and part of our ongoing goal of bringing global literary perspectives to our community. Our international scope also includes thought-provoking dialogue as part of our IberoAmerican program schedule, and author presentations in French and Portuguese.

Out-of-the-box events at this year’s Fair include cooking demos by cookbook authors/chefs at the Miami Culinary Institute; the Book Fair debut of Literary Death Match, an Idol-style reading event that pits authors against each other; and a "date night" twist to one of Friday’s Evenings With that comes complete with free drinks and celebrity guests. Fairgoers will also enjoy the return of Twilight Tastings—five happy hours prior to our weekday evening programs, courtesy of some of Miami’s coolest restaurants.

Then, there’s the main event: the Festival of Authors—celebrities, promising debuts, controversial topics, enthralling novels, lyrical verse, edgy graphic novels, tell-all biographies, teen favorites, and so much more.

Yet, I think the real winners at this year’s Fair will be...the kids! We’ve added an extra day of presentations to our student program, and invite all schools, private and public, in Miami-Dade and Broward counties to come on field trips, Children’s Alley will feature a bigger stage and more children’s authors, storytellers and magical performers, and Sunday, November 20, has been officially declared Wimpy Kid FUNday at the Fair! That’s right! Jeff Kinney, beloved author of the megaselling series Diary of a Wimpy Kid, returns to the Fair and brings a load of fun activities for kids along with him, including a street full of snow! All to celebrate the latest book in the series, The Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever.

Every year, the Street Fair throngs and sold out Book Fair events give me great hope for the future. The book is not dead; people will never stop reading.

See you at the Fair!
Alina Interián

Executive Director

P.S. The Center is about to turn 10! Join in as we begin to celebrate a wonderful decade with a wonderful new name, new look and another year of amazing literary programs.
(sounds rather official to the average reader, dont ya think?) But there is a problem with the above Grandstanding by Mr. Webb! The Miami Book Fair never heard of him and never issued him any such invitation and is not very appreciative of his misrepresentation of their event! Now one must ponder, if Shaun Webb will ""lie""" to his own sex offender groups who go to the wall in support of him (kinda like his family/friends) about something so trivial to enhance his standing, ya have to wonder about everything else he puts pen to paper about also????

Saturday, June 9, 2012

Sometimes a Thank You is in order

Please allow me to take the time to Thank Florida RSOL members for reaching into their pockets and assuring I will have a nice vacation this year (among other things) and that their generosity has really touched my heart. I also want to thank so many of all the "little" RSOL members for linking the story of my encounter with their favorite Son (Dale Weeks) it was amazing how valuable in a monetary... sense that link was. The various Judges and Lawyers were very impressed with your dedication and commitment to profiling the story and the accompanying comments that went with it. Once again, let me thank you for allowing myself to spend more time to interact with all your members , more time to banter and share our thoughts and feelings with each other. My story only highlights that whatever your RSOL groups are doing to educate and inform their members really does help others in more ways that are so under appreciated..and undervalued..(where are those little smiley faces when you so need them)?