Student to Hold First Book Signing at NGU
Gabrielle Fanelli, a senior broadcast media major from Greer, S.C. and a graduate candidate for December 2016, has published her first book, ďA Girlís Guide to College: Life, Guys, and Career.Ē
The book covers her personal college experiences and offers dating advice, life lessons, career/money tips, and words to encourage young women to take on whatever comes their way.
Fanelli submitted her manuscript to Westbow Press, a division of Thomas Nelson and Zondervan, and was published and released July 18. It is available for purchase on barnesandnoble.com, Amazon.com, and christianbooks.com in hard cover, soft cover, and E-book format.
She will hold her first book signing in the Patt McCaskill Fero Music and Conference Room in the Jacks and Deborah Tingle Student Life Center on Friday, Sept. 16, from 1-3 p.m.
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