Our Second Monthly Meet & Greet is Set for February 23rd, 2013

Our second Monthly Meet & Greet is on February 23rd. Each month we will feature a book discussion and signing with 2 or 3 Texas writers with an emphasis on emerging talent and first books. We are primarily interested in books with Texas themes or Texas locales.

Saturday February 23rd, 2013
2:00-4:00 p.m.

We continue the program with the following guests:

Echoes of the Storm by Amanda Still

Amanda Still: Echoes of the Storm, a Galveston mystery set in the years just after the 1900 Hurricane featuring a female attorney investigating the death of the daughter of a wealthy and powerful family.


The Oleanders of San Leon by Andy Upchurch

Andy Upchurch: The Oleanders of San Leon, a humorous memoir of a musician and sailor who moves ashore on San Leon and tries to build a house without the needed experience.


Seasell Prisoners by Frances Collins

Frances Collins: Seashell Prisoners, a true crime tale of her granddaughter’s kidnapping that starts on Orange, Texas in 1994 and ends in Honduras.


Join us on Saturday and meet the authors!

Upcoming event dates:

March Meet & Greet: Saturday the 16th
April Meet & Greet: Saturday the 20th

If you are a Texas writer and would like to participate, please contact Sharan Zwick at (409) 750-8200 or email at oleandercity@yahoo.com.

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