TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS for December 31st-January 4th

| December 30, 2012

Full Cup, Thirsty Spirit by Karen Horneffer-Ginter, Ph.D. Monday, December 31st: 2 Kids and Tired Wednesday, January 2nd: Serendipity Smiles Thursday, January 3rd: My Heart’s Desire . . An Extraordinary Theory of Objects by Stephanie LaCava Monday, December 31st: Becca’s Byline Tuesday, January 1st: In the Next Room . . . Never Hug a Nun by Kevin Killeen Monday, December […]

Jennifer Haigh, author of News From Heaven, on tour January/February 2013

| December 26, 2012

About News From Heaven • Hardcover: 256 pages • Publisher: Harper (January 29, 2013) The bestselling author of Faith and The Condition returns with a collection of unforgettable short stories inspired by a Pennsylvania coal-mining town and the people who call it home. When her iconic novel Baker Towers was published in 2005, it was hailed as a modern classic—”compassionate and powerful . […]

TLC Tours TOUR STOPS for December 24th – 28th

| December 23, 2012

Never Hug a Nun by Kevin Killeen Monday, December 24th: BookNAround . . . . The Round House by Louise Erdrich Monday, December 24th: Seaside Book Corner . . . . Televenge by Pamela King Cable Thursday, December 27th:  My Bookshelf . . . . An Extraordinary Theory of Objects by Stephanie LaCava Wednesday, December 26th: BookNAround Thursday, […]

Charlene Mires, author of Capital of the World, on tour in March, 2013

| December 21, 2012

About Capital of the World: The Race to Host the United Nations Hardcover: 320 pages Publisher: NYU Press (March 4, 2013) From 1944 to 1946, as the world pivoted from the Second World War to an unsteady peace, Americans in more than two hundred cities and towns mobilized to chase an implausible dream. The newly-created United Nations […]

Tara Conklin, author of The House Girl, on tour February 2013

| December 20, 2012

About The House Girl • Hardcover: 384 pages • Publisher: William Morrow (February 12, 2013) Two remarkable women, separated by more than a century, whose lives unexpectedly intertwine . . . 2004: Lina Sparrow is an ambitious young lawyer working on an historic class-action lawsuit seeking reparations for the descendants of American slaves. 1852: Josephine is a seventeen-year-old house […]