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Nicole Seitz will be signing her new acclaimed novel "The Inheritance of Beauty" at Books-A-Million on Saturday March 26th beginning at 1PM. The Inheritance of Beauty was compared to the work of C.S. Lewis by Wilmington Star reviewer Ben Steelman and praised for its intricate story weaving by the Huffington Post. (Pwentw)… (més)
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Author and artist Nicole Seitz speaks and signs her many books about the South. Her latest novel, Saving Cicadas, is an Indie Next List Notable pick for January 2010, was featured in the November 2009 issues of Charleston Magazine and CBA Retailers & Resources, and was selected as a "favorite pick for readers on your Christmas list" in the December 2009 issue of Southern Living. You'll also love A Hundred Years of Happiness, Trouble the Water, and The Spirit of Sweetgrass also by Nicole. Bring a friend! (jasbro)… (més)
"It was about four years ago, the last trip we ever took together--my mother, sister, grandparents and me. Course, we didn't know it at the time. You never know something like that, like it's the last one you'll ever get, till it's just a memory, hanging like mist. This is what happened that summer, true as I can tell it. Not a one of us was ever the same." Part road trip, part mystery, and completely unexpected, Saving Cicadas picks you up in one place and puts you down someplace else entirely. It's an eloquent reminder that life is a miracle--and even the smallest soul is a gift. "...a surprisingly creative tale that will leave readers guessing until the end." -River Jordan, author of Saints in Limbo Meet Nicole Seitz at Two Sisters on Saturday, February 13 from 11-1. (southernbooklady)… (més)
Book Signing with Nicole SeitzBook Signing with Nicole SeitzSaturday 07th, Mar 20093:00 pmNicole Seitz will be at Two Sisters on Saturday, March 7th from 3:00 to 5:00 pm to talk about her new novel, A Hundred Years of Happiness. Please join us to say hello to one of our favorite emerging Southern novelists! Nicole Seitz grew up on Hilton Head Island, a small town off the coast of South Carolina, where she was surrounded by palmetto trees, marsh grass, sandy beaches and unique Southern characters. As an author, artist and speaker, Nicole's work is deeply influenced by her faith and the mystique and charm of the Lowcountry. The Spirit of Sweetgrass (March 2007), Nicole's debut novel, was selected as the May 2007 FaithPoint Book-of-the-Month for Books-a-Million. Her second novel, Trouble the Water, was chosen as one of the Best Books of 2008 by Library Journal. It was also seen in the May 2008 issue of Southern Living and was an editor's pick in the May 2008 issue of Charleston Magazine. The book went into a second printing within two weeks of it's release date. Her third novel, A Hundred Years of Happiness, will be published by Thomas Nelson in March 2009. It was featured in the January 2009 edition of Charleston Magazine. Nicole received a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a B.F.A. in Illustration from Savannah College of Art & Design. Her freelance articles have been in The Island Packet, The Bluffton Packet, and SouthCarolina Magazine. Nicole is also a published illustrator, and her artwork has been exhibited in Southern art galleries. Her novels feature her paintings/illustrations on the covers. Nicole enjoys meeting her readers and often speaks to groups on writing, art and faith. In 2008, she gave the Baccalaureate address for the College of Charleston. An artist at heart, Nicole enjoys painting pictures with words and bringing her characters to life through detail and dialect. She lives in the Charleston, South Carolina, area with her husband, Brian, and their two children, owns a web design firm, and is currently writing her next novel. About the Book This beautifully written, imaginative story of love and redemption is the must-read book of the year. The ending is so surprising and powerful that it will linger long after the last page is turned. — Cassandra King, best-selling author of The Sunday Wife Nicole Seitz takes the loose threads of her character's lives and ties them together in a vibrant pattern of love, forgiveness and truth. In words that resonate with emotion, Seitz writes of things that are only understood with the heart. Seitz knows there is something more and she writes with wisdom in this spiritual fable. — Patti Callahan Henry, best-selling author of The Art of Keeping Secrets and When the Light BreaksTwo Sisters Bookery318 Nutt StreetWilmington, NC 28401910-762-4444www.twosistersbookery.com Close window (southernbooklady)… (més)
"Wordsmiths Books wants to introduce you, and your book club, to these two authors. Join us for a special, informal chat, reading, and signing. Book Clubs who are registered with Wordsmiths, or who register at the event, receive 10% off these authors' books. Free food, great authors, good books!" (christiguc)… (més)