Storytime every Saturday @10:30
Lorelei Books is pleased to host authors for book signings, readings and other events, often including prizes and snacks and all of which are free unless noted. If you can't make it to a book signing but would like a signed copy, we'll be happy to take your order over the telephone and mail the signed book to you. Look for more details here and on Facebook as events near:
March 22 @ 5:30 Where the Creek Runs, by Mary Abraham, features bright and well mannered Hannah, who appears to be from the perfect Mississippi family of the 1900s. But in a powerful and beautifully written story of unrequited love, Hannah must defy expectations and conventions in escaping her father's dominance.
March 24 @ 3PM Keats is not the Problem is a poetry collaboration by Brett Evans and Christopher Shipman about the process of writing ... and the process of life. At 3:30, the pair will lead a free writers workshop as well.
March 29 @ 5:30 Eleven Plus Two: Memories of a Crowded Childhood will delight readers as author Mike Coomes remembers the "good old days" growing up in Vicksburg.
April 10 @ 5:30 Dark River Rising by Robert Johns offers a tense and expertly-plotted mystery set against the bayous of Louisiana. As a killer lurks in the shadows with an agenda no one saw coming, Baton Rouge Police Detective Wallace Hartman risks losing everything he holds dear. Including his life.
April 26 @ 5:30 Still Wrestling: Faith Renewed Through Brokenness by Les Ferguson explores the true story of a double murder, a destroyed family, and a shattered faith. When the journey from bad back to good can seem impossible, the author shares how he overcame his own doubts.
May 7 @ 5:30 The Artful Evolution of Hal & Mal's by Malcolm White takes a playful look at the food, art and music that bring people together at this iconic downtown Jackson restaurant.