Authors Guild of Tennessee is a group of about fifty published authors who live in East Tennessee. Many of our stories are set in this area, reflecting either its present-day culture or its history.
Click on any book to link to the Amazon listing for description, price, and reviews. Click on the author names for brief biographies and other information.
Mission Statement: To support, encourage, and facilitate our members in their writing projects, and to promote their work on social media, at fairs, festivals, book signing events, and in local retail stores.
Tracy Taylor, owner of TNT Marketing was the featured speaker at the AGT monthly meeting on September 5, 2019
In her talk, Ms. Taylor outlined the ten most important tips for marketing on social media, including: asking your fans for feedback, sharing your writing experience with them, and discussing with them your mutual love of books.
The Featured Genre for the month of September is Biography / Memoirs
Podcasting of "Pushing Back" continues with Chap. 7
By: Jim Hartsell on Wed, 15 May 2019
The newest installment of Boone’s story finds him taking the truck out on the road for the first time, taking stock of his meager a... Read More
By: Susan Kite on Thu, 02 May 2019
Thought I would finally post my good news. I have had my kid's story, The Legend of Billy Bob Flybottom picked up by Doodle and Pe... Read More
Chapter Four of "Pushing Back" released today
By: Jim Hartsell on Wed, 24 Apr 2019
The fourth chapter of my podcast of "Pushing Back," the first book in the Boone series, can be found along with chapters 1-3 here as we... Read More
Friendships And Opportunities
By: Danielle Asher on Fri, 19 Apr 2019
Friendships And Opportunities Getting involved in the Authors Guild of Tennessee has given me new friendships, opportunities and optio... Read More
Chapter Three podcast of "Pushing Back" released
By: Jim Hartsell on Thu, 18 Apr 2019
Good morning, all . . . The third chapter of “Pushing Back” was released yesterday and can be found here: http://housemountai... Read More