Paris Book Festival 2013

Book Speak: Celebrity Author Mark Bego Wins Two Paris Book Festival Awards

Author Mark Bego has just been announced as the winner of two awards in the annual Paris Book Festival 2013. His first novel “Murder at Motor City Records” has won an award in the “General Fiction” category, and his adventurous memoir “Paperback Writer” has won an award in the “Wild Card” category.

The awards are given each year for excellence in writing that has an international scope. Some of the key scenes in “Murder at Motor City Records” take place in Paris and Salzburg. And, in “Paperback Writer” Bego recounts his adventures with Mary Wilson of The Supremes in Paris, Stockholm, Tokyo, and Monte Carlo.

Additionally, Bego’s latest publication, the collector’s magazine “Leonardo DiCaprio: Movie Idol” (from event Bookazines) has arrived on newsstands in time for the new film “The Great Gatsby,” and his new book, “Burning Bridges” with Glen Campbell’s daughter Debby is due out in October 2013.

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