Thursday, October 22, 2009

Happenings at Page After Page Bookstore

Hi All - we have so much going on this week - don't forget it all starts tomorrow downtown ~ and goes ~ through Saturday with the Harvest Festival and our story-time tent and then onto Music on the Green - Here we go!!

Thursday October 22nd, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Ed Southern - Sports in the Carolina's, from Death Valley to Tobacco Road

Well known regional author has written another great book - Sports in the Carolinas boasts dozens of essays, profiles, and personal reminiscences that celebrate the amazing stories of athletes and teams in the region.

Saturday October 24th 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Harvest Festival Presents "Authors on the Sidewalk"

"A Fathers Anguish" by RW Doyen

It is a story of fear, vengeance, law and hope. It is a story of what a family goes through when the most precious gift and blessing of a father and mother, a child, is assaulted and raped. It is a story of A Father’s Anguish. Come meet the author.

"The Blockade Runner" by Ronald Zeitz

This exciting new Civil War novel its the huge British Iron steamship The Great Eastern against the vast Union Blockade. Come meet the author.

Doug McCullough - "Sea of Greed"

J. Douglas McCullough, the US attorney who unraveled the Cayman Island cartel, reveals never-before-known facts of the case that began on the docks of the historic fishing village of Beaufort, NC when authorities found a shrimp boat full of marijuana.

Nancy Henderson-James - At Home Abroad: An American Girl in Africa

At Home Abroad is a stunning autobiography of Nancy Henderson-James youth in Africa. An intimate and detailed autobiography, you will learn so much of the double-bolted life of a child of missionaries in the 1950's in Africa. Come meet and discuss with the author.

For more information on Page After Page Bookstore and their events please call 252-335-PAGE (7243) or check out their website or check out their myspace page.

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