Wait – where did January go?! Well, it’s been a busy month for us with signings, awesome book club discussions, and the Pulpwood Queens conference (check out the GREAT reads from that event both in-store and at our online Bookshop page).
And now it’s onto February – there’s of course Ground Hog Day, and Black History month, plus more book clubs, more events (Valentine’s Day and a Sweet Third Thursday) and of course the highlight of our month on February 25th – Thrills and Chills!
Read on and yep, we’ll see you on Main Street! Watch for February’s featured reads in Thursday’s post…
Pulpwood Queens Featured Reads!
The Pulpwood Queens International Bookclub Conference may be over but we still have many of the featured selections in store! Or grab ’em online: CLICK HERE or on the image above to check ’em out and place your orders.
Visit our CALENDAR PAGE HERE for upcoming Main Street Writes, Stories on the Square, Thrill in the Ville and Living Large book club events. See you on Main Street!
Team Thrill or Team Chill?
We’re past halfway to a sold-out show! Tickets are selling fast for February’s Thrills & Chills! When you register, don’t forget to pick Team Thrill or Team Chill (you’ll see why on the day of the event).
NOTE: Those who have already registered can pick up their All the Dangerous Things AND How to Sell a Haunted House books NOW! Don’t have your tix yet?
This incredible author mashup at the James F. Dean theatre happens February 25th, 2023 and will feature two of our favorite authors, Stacy Willingham of A Flicker in the Dark fame and Grady Hendrix of The Southern Bookclub’s Guide to Slaying Vampires and The Final Girl Support Group, all of which have been book club picks (and have movie/TV deals!)
Both authors have new books releasing in January – your ticket includes one each of BOTH books that you can pick up when they release in January, and have ’em to get personally signed when the authors join us for a rollicking afternoon of fun, food and fabulous conversation. The event will benefit both the Flowertown Players and the Timrod Library again, as we all do our part to support the art of storytelling…