Friday, June 7, 2013
From Eighth Day Books: His reminiscences frame the poetry of Marie Harder Epp, a farm wife who captures changing textures of Mennonite life in 20th century Kansas: buggies to cars, German to English, isolation to global outreach. A scientist raised on the family farmstead, Melvin returned to Whitewater after retirement and writes from a deep fascination with his Kansas roots.
When I have my book signing Friday, June 7, 5 to 7 p.m.; Saturday 2 to 4 p.m. at Chill N Grill, 423 Broadway, in addition to the Larned-based novel Crazy About You will be seven other titles. One More Victim has many Kansas and Larned-based stories.
More about Attwood’s other titles at www.randyattwood.blogspot.com
Join us on Friday evening at 7:00 as local author Philip Gaunt reads from his science fiction-suspense novel, The Blane Game. With an uncanny ability to hear other people's thoughts, Gaunt's hero finds himself part of a secret government project involving big oil, aliens, and a race to save the planet. A WSU professor for the last 23 years, Dr. Gaunt is a former BBC journalist whose research focuses on international and intercultural communication.
Monday, June 3, 2013
About The Chaperone: "Of all the bob-haired, knee-showing flappers . . . Louise Brooks was the one, in real life at least, who was truly wild and rebellious." Laura's website.
Sunday, June 2, 2013
The Chaperone is inspired by the real-life relationship between the 15-year-old, future movie star Louise Brooks – cantankerous, irreverent, blossoming with sexuality and sporting her black bob with bangs – and the older, conservative, Midwestern woman who chaperoned Louise to New York City for a summer. It’s the story of an unlikely friendship between two women who couldn’t be more different, and how the summer spent together in New York City forever changes both their lives.
Moriarty will be at Watermark Books and Cafe, 4701 E. Douglas in Wichita at 7 pm on Tuesday, June 4