Saturday, June 8th 3:00pm - Thomas Thibeault
Thibeault is the author of The Man Who Stole Himself.
The novel is based on the true story of the
slave Robert Smalls who stole a Confederate gunboat and sailed to freedom with
his entire family. Small then surrendered the ship to the Union Admiral Samuel
Francis Du Pont. Thibeault has written
the script for the movie based on this novel.
Join us at our indie bookstore to hear more about this amazing bit of
history and about the transition from indie novel to indie film.
Saturday, June 15th 1:00pm - 4:00pm - Darryl Bollinger
Bollinger will be available to discuss
and sign his novels. He has a Masters degree in health care
administration from Trinity University and spent twenty-eight years working in
the health care industry. Now retired and living in Western North Carolina,
Bollinger uses his knowledge and experience to write medical thrillers. He has written six novels so far, the latest,
is set in the mountains of
Western North Carolina.Saturday, June 22nd 3:00pm - Nancy Blanton
Each year we enjoy selling books at the Friends of the Library Annual Meeting. This year’s speaker is a local author with international acclaim—David Joy. David has published 3 novels and a memoir, as well as numerous essays and stories for national publications such The New York Times Magazine.
Joy’s most recent novel, The Line that Held Us
won the Southern Book Prize for fiction.
Thursday, July 25th - Evening Folkmoot Parade in Hazelwood
We have loved our Hazelwood neighborhood
since the moment we moved here. We love
our neighbors, including Folkmoot which is just down the street and round the
block. On this evening we invite you to
join us for the first Folkmoot Lantern Parade down Hazelwood Avenue. We will be
having a 20% off storewide sale from 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm. The parade will begin at 9:00 pm. Come spend the evening in Hazelwood. Shops and restaurants will stay open
late. Come enjoy our neighborhood!