February 2015
Sarasota Magazine;Feb2015, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p52
An interview with American author David Baldacci is presented. Topics discussed include his speaking engagements with library foundations, his passion in fighting for illiteracy and his strengths and weakness as a writer. He also offers information on the grants awarded by their Wishing You Well Foundation for literacy programs.


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