Every author hopes to get public exposure, said Andrea MacVicar, author of Tales of Zoftic, a book about the adventures of a black Labrador that is written fully in rhyme. "My book is for charity. The more people know about me and my book, the more they will be inspired to buy the book. I am glad the city thought of such a thing."
Coral Springs' decision to honor published authors living within the city could help tilt the spotlight toward Sweeney and other writers in the city. The gesture may not help sell more books, but it sure has warmed the hearts of many in the community.
City County Credit Union Supervisory Committee Member Mack MacVicar and his wife Andrea have a dream of giving away $1 million, and they hope a little black Labrador will help make it a reality.
Andrea MacVicar wants to make millions of dollars for the Lord. The pastor, family counselor and children's book writer thinks she can do it with her new book, Tales of Zoftic.
You think someone couldn't possibly write an entire book in rhyme?