2015 Coffee With the Author schedule posted
Sunset River Marketplace
Coffee with the Authors
2015 Schedule (Thursdays, 10 to 11 a.m.)
March 5, 2015. Elsa Bonstein (“Finding Edsell”) In this fast paced thriller, two teenagers unearth a fiery hell from which heroes will rise to fight an enemy larger than they ever thought possible.
April 9, 2015. Jacqueline “Jack” DeGroot (“The Cemetery Kids” series and “The Earl’s Wet Nurse”) An historical novel set in 1920’s England. Jack will also talk about her experience with her first audio book, “The Secret of the Kindred Spirit,” and tell some long held secrets related to the mailbox and the woman who inspired it. There will be a short reading of Jack’s favorite journal entries.
May 7, 2015. Robert Stern (“HOA Wars”) What happens in Vegas can happen anywhere! Robert Stern is one of the 63 million Americans who live under the jurisdiction of a Homeowners’ Association! There horror stories happen everyday, just about anywhere. Experience with him the daily ups and downs and learn the necessary tactics to prevail.
Sept. 10, 2015. Otis Lee. (“From South Boston to Cambridge”) Not just the story of race, this memoir of an aspiring black lawyer is a coming of age tale that involves courage, family history, perseverance, insight and finally success.
October 1, 2015. Linda Witherspoon (“Can I Paint in Heaven”) The author is a stroke survivor. This recently published book covers her near death experience and the long road to recovery, including the effects on her family.
November 2, 2015. Steve McMillen (“Murder on the Front Nine”) This is a tale of assassinations, black ops, corrupt politicians, big oil, the Columbian cocaine cartel, and a treasure hunt, with a twist, off the South Carolina coast. It’s a wild ride with the soon-to-be crime solving realtor/architect/golf pro, who also just happens to be an ex-Green Beret.
December 3, 2015. Joan Leotta (“Simply A Smile”) This collection of stories includes historical fiction, romances, mysteries, and stories about families. What each tale has in common is that it was inspired by a piece of art or a simple object such as a shell, a recipe, and even an historical marker. The title story is based on the Chinese terracotta warriors.
These events are free, but due to space limitations, reservations are required. Hold your spot by calling 910.575.5999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (don’t forget to include the author’s name and date along with your name and number!). Sunset River Marketplace is located at 10283 Beach Drive SW (Hwy. 179) in Calabash, N.C. 28467. For more information, visit our website (sunsetrivermarketplace.com) or on Facebook.