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Bossier native to host book signing Sunday

Bossier  City native  Waletta “Cookie” Mason Dunn will be on-hand to sign copies of her first published book entitled More Than Sisters, Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015  from 3 pm-5 pm at the Antioch Baptist Church Fellowship Center, 847 Butler Street, Bossier City.

Sister of famed playwright Judi Ann Mason and actor/activist B. J. Mason, Waletta has touched many hearts and souls through her book based on her many childhood experiences.

Having lived in this area until she left for college,  she thought it was befitting to return to the place she calls ‘home’  to share her accomplishments with friends, family and new-found book lovers. “I am so blessed to have the opportunity to share my personal journey with those I love,” Dunn explained.  ” It is my desire that those who read my book  will  have the courage to share their stories. Because it’s through these stories that we all gain strength.’

As stated by one reader, “It is the American story, one that has dreams, pain, joy, overcoming obstacles while maintaining family and faith.

Books ($10)  will be available for purchase and signing the day of the event. Call LaShanda Sanders  at 318-564-0887 if you have questions.

The author, Waletta “Cookie” Mason Dunn received her undergraduate degree from Texas College in Business Administration and earned a graduate degree in Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma. The breadth of her personal and professional experiences have contributed enormously to her fascinatingly inspirational writings.
She remains grounded with her hobbies of reading, writing, and crossword puzzles, stemming from her early years growing up in the church. Most poignantly, her gifted words in More Than Sisters, acknowledges that “Your walk is not alone.” This is an extraordinary read!

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