Friday, February 06, 2009

Love is Coming to Town and It's Going to be Murder

First National Book Signing of the romance and mystery authors from Second Wind PublishingTime and Place Start Time: Friday, February 13, 2009 at 9:00am End Time: Sunday, February 15, 2009 at 4:00pm
Location: Forsyth County, North Carolina
Description: Nine authors from across the United States will be reading, answering questions, and signing their books in three locations across Forsyth County, February 13-15.Meet these outstanding, award-winning authors at the following times and locations and purchase autographed first editions of their books.

Casanova’s Coffee & Fudge, 6275 Shallowford Rd, Lewisville, 946-2407

Friday 9-11, 2-5
JJ Dare
Mairead Walpole
Christine Husom
Suzette Vaughn

Saturday, 9-11
Claire Collins
Lazarus Barnhill

Saturday, 2-5
Norm Brown
Dellani Oakes

Angelina’s Tea’s, 125 S. Stratford Rd, Winston-Salem, 722-9532

Saturday 10-2
Norm Brown
Dellani Oakes
Christine Husom
Mairead Walpole

Sunday 1-4
Lazarus Barnhill
JJ Dare
Suzette Vaughn
Claire Collins

EM Gallery @ Krankies Coffee, 211 E 3rd Street, Winston-Salem, 722-3016

Saturday 1-4
Suzette Vaughn
JJ Dare
Lazarus Barnhill
Claire CollinsSunday

1-4
Dellani Oakes
Norm Brown
Christine Husom
Mairead Walpole

Monday, February 02, 2009

Bridging a Gap

I subbed today for a music teacher. It was a unique experience - Oh My! She didn't leave me plans for the pre-k, counting on the fact the teacher's assistant would be there. Well... she was out too. I read them "Green Eggs and Ham" followed by "Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?" There were only two little girls, but both autistic. I didn't think I'd get any response at all, but both seemed to enjoy the stories and one of them even tried to make the sounds in "Mr. Brown Can Moo, Can You?" It was precious! It just goes to show that Dr. Seuss can bridge any gap, no matter how large.

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