Shakespeare in the Park: As You Like It
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Multi-Award Winning Author Gina Holmes Introduces Newest Book: Driftwood Tides
Inspirational bestselling novelist Gina Holmes paints a picture of painful secrets, deception, and forgiveness in her newest release, Driftwood Tides (Sept. 1, 2014, Tyndale House Publishing).
Click here for a Q&A with the author.
In the book, a widowed husband is mourning the death of his beloved wife and has resolved to live a life of seclusion, drinking away his pain on the Outer Banks in North Carolina. A knock on the door changes everything for Holton. Claiming to be a friend of his late wife, 23-year-old Libby mysteriously shows up asking for a job. But she has a secret. Click here to read the full press release.
Isabella’s Libretto Launches at Parnassus Books
The release of Isabella’s Libretto, debut novel by Middle Tennessee author Kimberly Cross Teter, will be celebrated with a launch party and signing at Parnassus Books in Nashville on Wednesday, September 3rd, at 6:30 p.m.
Isabella’s story explores a fascinating footnote of history rooted in Venice, Italy, in 1715, a time when visitors from all over Europe flocked to the enchanting floating city to see a remarkable orchestra directed by Antonio Vivaldi—an ensemble that was remarkable because it consisted entirely of females, most of whom had been orphaned or abandoned as babies.
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Funky, fun rhymes fill Emmy-nominated songwriter’s book for kids
When a flying cicada struck award-winning songwriter Jeff Crossan on the mouth on his way into a restaurant, he joked to his two kids that he almost ate a cicada. Little did he know then that more than ten years later he would release a full collection of rhymes and illustrations because of the near-insect-consuming incident in his first book for children called I Ate a Cicada Today (September 2014, Big Bound Books, LLC).
Click here to read the full press release, an author bio, and a Q&A.
MTSU Creative Writing Conference Returns!
MTSU Write, formerly known as The Writer's Loft, announces that its next creative writing conference will be Saturday, September 20 on the grounds of Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Keynote speaker is Tony Earley, author of Jim the Boy, Blue Star, and the new Mr. Tall. Registration closes September 5, so don't delay.Learn more at: http://mtsu.edu/write/
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- Lawyer, Professor, Novelist Michael H. Rubin Debuts The Cottoncrest Curse
- Chicago’s Richard Engling remembers friend Fern Chertkow with the Afterlife Trilogy
- Award-winning author Roy Hoffman's new Come Landfall
- Nashville Author Releases New Paranormal Thriller Novel
- Paul D. Parsons discussed, signed copies of latest novel
- Together Again: Old Friends Howlin' through Nashville
- On February 25, Nashville Author J.T. Ellison will read and sign copies of her latest book, When Shadows Fall. 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Barnes & Noble Cool Springs, Brentwood, Tennessee.
- National Bestseller Author Lisa Wingate to Read in Nashville
- Publisher's Weekly Declares Mims: Solid Debut: Hiding Gladys is the first installment of the Cleo Cooper Mystery Series