Don’t Miss: An Evening With Authors Oct. 3
Friday, September 14, 2012
Kall always puts on a sold-out show, making the evening with three popular authors feel like a dinner out with the girls. You'll hear inside stories, gain literary insights, and have the opportunity to buy some books and get them signed. Dessert and coffee just sweeten the already sweet deal, with tickets being only $25 (and proceeds benefitng the Love, Carol Foundation, which supports breast cancer research).
Elizabeth Berg has been on the New York Times Bestseller list multiple times. Her most recent book, Once Upon a Time, There Was You, was published by Random House in 2011. Durable Goods and Joy School were both selected as one of the American Library Association's Best Books of the Year. Talk Before Sleep was shortlisted for the Abby (American Bookseller’s Book of the Year). Open House was an Oprah’s Book Club Selection. In 1997, Elizabeth won the New England Booksellers Award for her body of work. She was made a “literary light” by the Boston Public Library, has been honored by the Chicago Public Library, and was
Amanda Eyre Ward
Ward's latest novel, Close Your Eyes, published in July, 2011, received a four-star review in People Magazine, won the Elle Lettres Readers' Prize for September, was named in Kirkus' Best Books of 2011, and won the Elle Magazine Fiction Book of the Year. Her first novel, Sleep Toward Heaven won the Violet Crown Book Award and was optioned for film by Sandra Bullock and Fox Searchlight. Her second novel, How to Be Lost, was published in 2004. How to Be Lost was selected as a Target Bookmarked pick, and has been published in fifteen countries.
To reserve a spot at An Evening With Authors, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or send a check for $25, payable to the Love, Carol Foundation, to: Reading With Robin, 75 Oxford St, Providence, RI 02905. The event begins at 6:30pm.
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