(It was an incredible day. More pictures via Picasa!)
Over the past several days, I’ve listened to ‘Do You Remember’ non-stop. (The days have also thrown in a bit of Keyshia Cole and Kesha and the Pussycat Dolls, but only in small doses.) If you’re not familiar…
Generally speaking, I’m moving backward to move forward – remembering and reconnecting the past in order to get into the future. Even typing it seems trite and childish, but by my scout’s honor, it’s working. And enabling me to take some big(ger) risks in the near future.
And an update on Molly: the scenes are still disconnected, but streaming rather than droplets. This is improvement.
And a shout-out for the weekend: book launch, signing & party on Sunday, 2-6pm, Into the Glass, Grapevine, Texas. Don’t want to come to Grapevine =just= for the book signing? Experience Thomas the Train with the kids, the Chocolate Extravaganza at the Palace Theater, and more! Something for everyone, even if you’d just like to drop in, grab a book, get a signature, nosh some appetizers, enjoy a little wine…
New Book from Anne Hollander: Book Launch & Signing in Grapevine, Texas
|Anne Hollander will sign copies and celebrate the launch of “Sunday’s Child: Tales of Love, Loss & Redemption in a Texas Wine Bar” on March 14, 2010 from 2-6pm at Into the Glass, Grapevine, Texas.|
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
“Sunday’s Child” (www.annehollander.com/sundayschild/) chronicles a small town stuck between history and progress, its citizens caught between local parades and international events, and an intimate setting to discover the true facets of love, loss and redemption.
These seven short stories share the joys and pains of life and death, love and loss, politics and culture, all within the walls of a blues cafe and wine bar. Enjoy the laughter, tears, indignation, daily struggles, and interactions between the illuminating folks bellying up to a bar in effort to experience something new, something old, borrowed time, and the blues.
“Sunday’s Child” has already sold more than four thousand copies, a strong showing for first-time author, Anne Hollander.
Date & Time: March 14, 2010, 2-6pm
Where: Into the Glass, Grapevine, Texas (www.intotheglass.com)
Location: 322 Main Street, Grapevine, Texas 76051
Anne Hollander (www.annehollander.com) is a freelance writer and social marketing consultant in Dallas, Texas. Ms. Hollander graduated in 2004 from Smith College and regularly travels the world in search of stories and characters.
Title: Sunday’s Child: Tales of Love, Loss & Redemption in a Texas Wine Bar
Author: Anne Hollander
Publisher: Anne Hollander