Our authors are proud of their books. And rightfully so, because they have put so much of themselves into them and our covers are so attractive as well, thanks to Kent Hesselbein.
Book signings are one way we authors get our books out to those who will appreciate our unique talents. Locally, we have two authors who have recently done signings. Peggy Ball presented her book, The A.C.T.S. of Prayer, a 365 day devotional, at Covenant Fellowship Church on Highway 55, Morrison, while Katy Ishee took her heart-wrenching true story of abuse and searching for her son, Pieces of My Heart, to the Annual meeting of Ghost Riders Motorcycle Club in Lenoir County, North Carolina in July.
September will see at least four more of us heading out to signings locally in Middle Tennessee. I will be the first. On September 3 at Linebaugh Public Library at 105 W. Vine St. in Murfreesboro, I will be signing copies of Most Comprehensive Origins of Cliches, Proverbs and Figurative Expressions and The Best of Mother Goose in a private signing from 11:00 to 1:00.
Then on September 7, Dee Hall will sign copies of her charming children’s book, Can You Imagine? mid day at Morrison Library at 130 W. Maple in that town, and Frank Tibbetts will be signing King of Hearts copies at Hastings Book Store 3905 N. Jackson, Tullahoma between 4:00 and 6:00 P.M. the same day.
Tammy M. Brown will be signing copies of her best-selling true story of abuse and redemption, A Teacher’s Prayer at First Presbyterian Church in Tullahoma also in September. Date will be announced, or contact Tammy.
One lady told me she would be at at least two of these events. So come on out. We would love to see you!