If you’re in the Birmingham area the first weekend in February, come hear me read from my book, Not Quite Right: Mostly True Tales of a Weird News Reporter. (Spoiler alert: I’ll probably read a section that will embarrass Sweetums. ‘Cuz that’s what I do.) I’ll also have copies of Sweetums and my books for sale. See all my titles here.
The event is hosted by the Southern Christian Writers Conference at First Baptist Church in Birmingham but the speakers write in all kinds of genres, from humor, to thrillers, to inspirational. I speak at 12:45 p.m.
The Alabama Baptist wrote: “Do you love to read? Do you love southern and Christian literature? Do you read fiction, nonfiction or devotionals? Mark your calenders now for the first annual Southern Christian Book Expo to be held at First Baptist Church, Birmingham, on Feb. 2, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Browse and shop down rows of books.”
Here’s what Kirkus Reviews said about Not Quite Right: “Fans of Fannie Flagg should be overjoyed to discover the rustic, lighthearted musings of this Southern writer, who enchants with keen, droll observations and needlepoint wisdom.” Read more here.
Come see me!