Brian Peyton Joyner discusses and signs The Wisdom of Stones
Ben, a college senior, promised God and his mee maw that he'd be a Southern Baptist preacher, but he can't pray away the gay. Until stories, which he learns from his Grandpa Charlie about an interracial relationship Charlie had in the 1930s, teach Ben he has to live life by his own rules. The Wisdom of Stones is about living your truth and not allowing another person to rule you. Set in Upstate South Carolina in the early 1990s, The Wisdom of Stones intertwines the stories of Ben Stark and his grandfather, Charlie Phelps. Ben's father deserted him and his mother died right before Ben's 7th birthday, so Ben was raised by his Grandpa and Mee Maw.
Cass Grafton & Ada Bright discusses and signs The Particular Charm of Miss Jane Austen
Experience the pleasures of Bath alongside Jane Austen and friends, a tale for readers who enjoy stories that allow us to explore the possibilities offered through friendship, shared optimism, and the bond we can share with other people through our love for the treasures found in the past.
Roger J. Couture discusses and signs Surfing with Snakes & Dragons, and other Tales of Suburbia
From surfing winter waves alone in the open ocean, to racing cars, to conversing with the Devil's harem while idly playing with a loaded gun, Surfing with Snakes & Dragons combines eight stories in which ordinary Southern Californians find themselves in dangerous territory. That thin patina of the rational self is cracked open, exposing the reactive animal nature that—despite our evolution—still resides within all of us. After reading these heart-stopping tales of daring and distress, the question lingers: “And if me, I would react…how?” In this unforgettable book, author Roger J. Couture creatively exposes the common struggle to maintain our composure when faced with threatening situations – particularly those we impose upon ourselves.
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