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.
We are thrilled to be hosting bestselling British author Sophie Hannah for our first Stories & Sweets event, where she will be discussing her latest US release, The Other Woman’s House (Penguin, paperback, $15.00, on sale 6/26/12), featuring the return of detectives Charlie Zailer and Simon Waterhouse.