Tuesday, 10/6 at 5:00
Richard Labunski, author of James Madison and the Struggle for the Bill of Rights (Oxford Univ. Press). Tickets are $5 and act as a $5 voucher towards the purchase of the book. This event takes place in the upstairs event space.
Thursday, 10/8 at 5:00
Meet-n-Greet with author Jeff High. The Splendor of Ordinary Days, (NAL/Penguin), the 3rd book in the Watervalley series, is newly released. These books are set in Tennessee.
About Jeff High:
After growing up on a farm in rural Tennessee, Jeff High attained degrees in literature and nursing. He is the three-time winner, in fiction and poetry, of an annual writing contest held by Vanderbilt Medical Center. He lived in Nashville for many years, and throughout the country as a travel nurse, before returning to his original hometown, near where he now works as an operating room RN in open-heart surgery. He is the author of the Watervalley novels, including More Things in Heaven and Earth and Each Shining Hour.
Saturday, 10/17 at 5:00
Corban Addison will talk about his new novel, The Tears of Dark Water. (ticketed)
Pictured below: Corban and Val