Loving This Week’s Releases!

Okay, it’s ON – Thriller Book Club back in swing this week (Tuesday) as well as Monday’s Main Street Writes (virtual) and Wednesday’s Stories on the Square. And Saturday – our FIRST book signing of the year (and her first appearance at MSR) – Kim Poovey! PLUS, look forward to fab fantasy author Kasen Wysong the weekend after that – two wonderful events that will both celebrate local stars…

On the new release front – here’s what’s releasing this TUESDAY:

Indie Next January Book Picks

Meanwhile, here’s the HOT list of title recommended by us and other cool indie bookstores for the month of January – click on the image below to view all 25 of this month’s amazing new reads…

Coming Up…

Click on the captions below each image for more info or visit our CALENDAR PAGE HERE. See you on Main Street!

Monday Main Street Writes
Thrill in the ‘Ville: Thriller Book Club Reading The Resemblance
Wednesday Stories on the Square
Meet the Author: Kim Poovey – Shadows of the Moss
January Living Large Bookclub: Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver
Meet the Author: Kasen Wysong’s New Release: The Paths of Time

February 2023

Thrills & Chills with Grady Hendrix and Stacy Willingham: LIVE Theater Event!

Team Thrill or Team Chill?

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).


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 in our incredible community!