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:
- Friday, September 13 @ 11:30am, mystery novelist R.J. Lee will sign Glam Slam Murders, a fun "whodunit" set in a small Mississippi town. After four bridge players are poisoned, reporter Wendy Winchester sets out to catch a killer who's not playing with a full deck.
- Celebrate Second Saturday, September 14, @ 2pm with author J. Moffett Walker and her inspirational narrative Daybreak, Nightfall, Life. This memoir from an African-American female who lived in Mississippi in the tumultuous mid-20th century, examines how she used her limitations as motivation to accomplish her goals in life.
- Sunday, September 15 @ 5:30pm, Books and Brews meets at Cottonwood Public House to discuss Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi. Save your Lorelei Books receipt for a free beer!
- Thursday, September 19 @ 5:30pm, contributors to What Would Elvis Think? will join editor Johnny Lowe in an author event celebrating two dozen works of short fiction in this vivid anthology set across Mississippi ... Elvis country!
- Friday, September 27 @ 4:30pm, Michigan author Thomas Smith brings us two novels set in antebellum Natchez, Mississippi, Just a Piece of Red String I and II. The Siege of Vicksburg brings two cousins together in these expansive tales of vengeance, rebellion and rectitude.
- Tuesday, October 8 @ 1:15pm, the downtown book club will discuss Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winner The Underground Railroad, by Colson Whitehead. All are welcome to join in.
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