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Tickets for the Books in Bloom Author Event are on sale now! Visit the website at www.booksinbloom.cvlsites.org for tickets, and plan to join the Eagle Valley Library District for an afternoon with authors Erin Blakemore, Jennifer Haigh, and Tatjana Soli. Each author will discuss her work individually. There will be hors d’ouevres during the event, a cash bar, books available for purchase courtesy of The Bookworm of Edwards, and a book signing at the conclusion of the author presentations. Questions? Call the Avon Public Library at (970)949-6797.
Location: Street: The Pines at Beaver Creek Additional: 141 Scott Hill Road City: Beaver Creek, Province: Colorado Postal Code: 81621 Country: United States (afegit de IndieBound)… (més)
Discussion and signing with Erin Blakemore, author The Heroine's Bookshelf. Behind every unforgettable heroine stands her remarkable creator. Debut author Erin Blakemore explores this theme in The Heroine’s Bookshelf, twelve essays devoted to her favorite literary heroines and the unique correlation between their writer’s life and the character she created. From Jane Austen’s spirited impertinence of Elizabeth Bennet, to the effervescent optimism of Lucy Maude Montgomery’s Anne Shirley, to the dogged determination of Margaret Mitchell’s Scarlet O’Hara, anyone who has ever sought solace in the pages of a classic novel or inspiration for new perspective during troubling times will be enthralled by every essay in this book. "The Heroine’s Bookshelf is a frothy literary latte; rich and sweet and deeply satisfying." Austenprose.com (Austenprose)… (més)
Ms. Blakemore is the author of The Heroine’s Bookshelf: Life Lessons from Jane Austen to Laura Ingalls Wilder, which shows how heroines from classic literature, and their creators, women of today how to live their lives with grace, intelligence, and aplomb. Join us on Saturday, November 6, 10:00 a.m. at Schlessman Family Branch Library. (ptero27)… (més)