Upcoming Book Club Reading
One of the staff members found this lovely T-shirt site where we can design shirts and they do the printing and the selling. So - LOOK! We have shirts! Short sleeve, long sleeve, tanks and kids. Different colors and everything!
The Decatur Book Festival is moving from Labor Day Weekend to the first weekend in October. This year is a petite version due to COVID with some in person events on Saturday the 2nd. We are the bookseller for Martin Padgett's A Night at the Sweet Gum Head: Drag, Drugs, Disco, and Atlanta's Gay Revolution. Register at Eventbrite for Mr. Padgett's talk and other wonderful speakers for in person or virtual tickets!
The non-fiction book club has been on a hiatus for the last year.
We are hoping for an in person meeting soon... November perhaps?
Mister Marlowe misses the group and the possibility of dropped refreshments.
The Sci-Fi, Mystery and Victorian Book Clubs were on Zoom, then back to in person meetings and now back to Zoom again. We hope to resume in person events when it seems wise to do so. Let us know if you would like to be on their mailing lists!
For October the Sci-Fi readers are working on The Changeling by Victor Lavalle up next The Yiddish Policeman's Union for November.
The Victorian Book Club is finishing Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy in September. In October, they start Lady Audley's Secret by Mary Elizabeth Braddon.
We welcome back local writer Matthew Quinn for a spooky al fresco author meet and greet on Saturday, October 30th from noon - 2:00. Come meet Matthew and hear about his daring collection of thrillers.
The mystery book club will be discussing Sunburn by Laura Lippman in September and Death in Brittany by Jean-Luc Bannalec for October.