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Guamology celebrates local authors

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - Guamology, Inc. hosted a book signing today at the Bestseller Store at the Guam Premier Outlets in Tamuning. Carlene Okiyama and Ric Castro were at the bookstore to promote their book "Guam ABCs and 123s". Author of "Afterthoughts" Lois Ann Scruggs also spoke about her inspiration and thoughts behind her poetry book.

Jillette Leon Guerrero also spoke about her book "Seeing Guam Through Our Eyes" and Christine Quinata also made an appearance for her book "Meet the Mannge' Mahoben." You can purchase these books at the local bookstore.

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