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Wm Paul Young author of the Shack in Scott City
Rebecca Allen wrote a story but no one was there to take a picture. Wm. Paul Young was signing books at the First Assembly of God Church in Scott City.
It looked like Christian Author night in Scott City.
That night Stan Crader was on hand, the Marble Hill based author of 3 local books and so was Debbie Anderson another local author.
People from Marble Hill, Poplar Bluff and the surrounding area turned out to support this book signing. Paul talked to packed bleachers at the Scott City Schools earlier.
He wrote the Shack that has sold 18 million copies and his newest book Cross Roads is currently NY Times Best Seller list. 11/30/12