About Book Your Lunch
Book Your Lunch is a new way to bring authors and readers together -- right here in Greenville. This luncheon series provides the ultimate food for thought with a wide range of authors -- from mystery writers, to award-winning regional novelists to nonfiction and cookbook authors.
The luncheon tickets must be purchased in advance. The featured author will read from their work (or give a 20-minute talk), followed by a Q&A session, a delicious lunch, and then an onsite book-signing session with the author.
Books may be purchased from Fiction Addiction in advance or during the event. Space is limited, so purchase your tickets today!
Event status: Postponed – new date TBD
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In North Carolina author Elaine Neil Orr‘s extraordinary debut historical novel, A Different Sun: A Novel of Africa (Berkley, paperback, $16.00), Emma Davis reads the words of Isaiah 6:8 in her room at a Georgia women’s college, and immediately understands her true calling: to become a missionary. It is a leap of faith that sweeps her away to Africa in an odyssey of personal discovery, tremendous hardship, and profound transformation.
Tues., May 22nd, 2012 from 12-2pm
Event status: Sorry you missed it!
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Western North Carolina native Wiley Cash writes about his homeland in his debut novel, A Land More Kind than Home (William Morrow, hardcover, $24.99, releases 4/17/12), a story about a child who witnesses the unthinkable during a church healing service, forcing him to question his ideas about family and faith. Mr. Cash will be donating a portion of his proceeds from this event to the Greenville Literacy Association.
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A contributing editor for Southern Living magazine, Rebecca Lang shows you how to prepare real Southern food–fast!–in her cookbook Quick-Fix Southern (Andrews McMeel, paperback, $16.99).
Maddie, Avery, and Nikki return for another DIY fix-it-upper – this time televised – in Atlanta author Wendy Wax’s new novel, Ocean Beach (Berkley, paperback, $15.00, releases 6/26/12), the sequel to her previous book, Ten Beach Road.
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Thurs., July 19th, 2012 from 12-2pm
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Event status: Cancelled
Acclaimed Atlanta author Jillian Medoff’s bitterly funny, shocking new novel, I Couldn’t Love You More (Grand Central Publishing, paperback, $13.99, on sale 5/5/12), has been called “devastating, hilarious, and painfully familiar” by New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult.