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National book festival to feature Dahlonega native
Tabatha James to speak and sign books during Labor Day weekend
Tabatha James wrote the children’s book “I Love You Everyday.” The Dahlonega native will be one of the authors at the Decatur Book Festival during the Labor Day weekend.

Publishing company owner and Dahlonega native Tabatha James will be featured at the AJC Decatur Book Festival during Labor Day weekend.

James is author of multicultural children’s book “I Love You Everyday,” which is the first of a series with a multicultural theme.

“I want children and families from all backgrounds and ethnicities to see themselves in my books,” James said.

Her parents, Charles and Sandra Jackson of Dahlonega, inspired her to start writing at an early age. James picked up a pen and put it paper and never stopped. Because of her determination, she is now a featured author at the largest independent book festival in the nation.

James will speak at the event as well as sign books at the festival which is Sept. 4-6 in downtown Decatur.

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