We are excited to share that Proust scholar Bill Carter will be signing The Guermantes Way at Little Professor on Friday February 15th from 5-7pm. This new release is “an authoritative new edition of the third volume in Marcel Proust’s epic masterwork, In Search of Lost Time.”
Come meet Debra at Little Professor on January 15th from 5:30-7:30pm. One Taste Too Many is Goldstein's first mystery in her Sarah Blair series:
“For culinary challenged Sarah Blair, there's only one thing scarier than cooking from scratch--murder!”
Join author Monique Fields at Little Professor on Saturday, January 12 from 4-6pm for the launch of her book Honeysmoke: A Story of Finding Your Color.
“Simone wants a color. She looks around her world to find her place in it. Her skin color is not like anyone else’s; so what is her color?…For multiracial children, and for all children, this story offers a universal message that empowers young people to create their own identity.”
See you there!
Daniel Browne’s new novel is about Brooklyn: "Will's career in New York City politics has fizzled out. When a connected colleague and an ambitious restaurateur ask for his help founding a farm in a neglected part of Brooklyn, he sees an opportunity to reinvent himself like all the picklers, beekeepers, and kombucha brewers he's been reading about. In the Weeds is a cautionary tale and a satire of a time not too long ago when Brooklyn the place became Brooklyn the idea."
KELLY C. BERWAGER, PH.D. is an award winning visual art specialist teaching P-16 students for over 20 years. After her year of learning to hear God's voice more clearly, she began to write about her faith, speak at women's events, and conduct art workshops. Kelly helps women of all ages and backgrounds hear God's calling on their lives through artistic endeavors.
From the author: "Relive a year of my life that changed how I will live my life forever. A friend needed a kidney, so I prayed for God to find someone to be a match for her. Little did I realize, God wanted that someone to be me. Convicted to donate one of my kidneys, I prayed to hear God’s voice throughout the year. And, I did hear from Him…loud and clear! The year was a roller coaster of emotions in all parts of my life, but I continued to seek His face while shutting down the enemy. Not everyone can be an organ donor, but everyone can learn to discern God’s voice when the rest of the world is screaming at them."
Kelly is a former teacher at Hall Kent Elementary school.
Rose Brighton is a Birmingham police officer who discovers she's a witch of an ancient House, the prey of a powerful enemy, and the pawn of another. This book is the first in The Magic City trilogy. Come mingle, have some hors d'oeuvres, wine and celebrate with author T.K. Thorne who will be reading a bit and signing copies of her new novel. Hope you can make it!
If you'd like to read an excerpt, check out "Stiletto Heels, a Witch, and a Deadly Dinner"
Street Parking and extra parking available in Temple Emanu-El parking deck. See map HERE.
Abbey Lenzie is a writer from Huntsville, Alabama. After studying creative writing and film at Birmingham-Southern College, she moved to Los Angeles with her husband. Her passions include eating fried okra, crocheting blankets, and identifying plants with field guides.
In the Desert is her first novella. She is currently working on a middle grade novel about a pirate girl and a merboy and their adventures on the high seas.
Click HERE to visit her website.
Erich Wildgrube signing his book The Empress and the Archer