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Former BPC professor signs copies of her first novel on campus

Marjorie Dobbin and BPC students
Dr. Marjorie Dobbin, left, a former BPC English professor, greets former student Candi Vaughn and current student Jose Santos Nov. 15 during a book signing of her first novel “In the Shadow of Pickle Peak” at Brewton-Parker College’s Phillips Student Center lobby.  (Photo by Kelley M. Arnold)

Kelley M. Arnold

Director of News and Public Information

MOUNT VERNON—Dr. Marjorie Dobbin, a former professor of English at Brewton-Parker College, signed copies of her first novel “In the Shadow of Pickle Peak”, an inspirational romance, at the Phillips Student Center on the college’s Mount Vernon campus Nov. 15.

“I was able to see several old friends and co-workers, and by the time the two hours were over, I sold every book that I brought with me,” Dobbin said. “I appreciate Brewton-Parker College’s support and I may even be a guest speaker in a future creative writing class.”

Dobbin retired from Brewton-Parker in 2001 and currently lives in Vidalia with her husband, A.B. Albritton. She will be reading an excerpt of her book at the Vidalia Library Nov. 29 at 1 p.m. The novel is published by PublishAmerica. Contact Dobbin at 912-537-2990 for more information or look up the book’s title on www.amazon.com.

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Updated on: April 15, 2010 8:26 PM