Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Book Signing with James Oliver Goldsborough


Join us for a book signing with James Oliver Goldsborough on Sunday, July 27th from 2-4pm. The author will be signing copies of his new book The Paris Herald.

"A story that is as evocative of Americans in Paris as Hemingway's A Moveable Feast

The Paris Herald tells the story of the world’s most famous newspaper, focusing on the key years when the fates of the newspaper and the regime of Charles de Gaulle became curiously intertwined. The story centers on intrigue and rivalry among the New York Herald Tribune, New York Times and Washington Post. When the Herald Tribune ceased operations in New York in 1966, the Times, which had started its own European Edition in 1960, expected the Paris Herald to close, too, giving the Times victory in Paris as well as New York. But Herald Tribune owner Jock Whitney wouldn’t sell to the Times, preferring to join with Katharine Graham and the upstart Washington Post. Within months, the Timescame, hat-in-hand, seeking a minority interest in the new Herald/Post partnership. The Times neither forgave nor forgot its humiliation.

The Paris Herald the most entertaining story of Americans in Paris since Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast, is riveting historical drama, as relevant today as yesterday."

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Book Signing with Rossandra White, Dawn Blume and Kay Rae Chomic


Join us for a book signing with Rossandra White, Dawn Blume and Kay Rae Chomic on Sunday, July 20th from 2-4pm. The authors will be signing copies of their latest books, Loveyoubye, Away from the Kitchen and A Tight Grip.

Loveyoubye ~
A soul-searching memoir about how a journey home to South Africa empowers one woman to move forward from a devastating marriage.
“…from the jungles of Africa to the beaches of Southern California. Rossandra writes with heart and wisdom." ~ Anita Hughes

Away from the Kitchen ~
Away from the Kitchen provides a new breed of exploration into the chef-obsessed revolution by capturing the joys and pressures of a chef’s life with a candid approach. America’s favorite chefs from across the nation reveal who they are during private talks about their dreams, talents, creative endeavors, and until now undisclosed passions both inside and outside the kitchen.

A Tight Grip ~
A Tight Grip celebrates the bonds of female friendships as Par Parker processes her life with her three closest friends. She discovers the transformative power of adversity, and seizes options to evolve as a person, an athlete, and a best friend.

Book Signing with Sarah Pointon


Join us for a book signing with Sarah Pointon on Saturday, July 19th from 2-4pm. The author will be signing copies of her new book, Colorville.

"A visual, off-the-wall zany story that the little ones are really going to enjoy!

Adventure through the whimsical world of ColorVille, where Sarah Pointon rhymes about families and activities of the new millennium. Jam on a kazoo, feel coo coo while watching the blue man crew, sport a spiky hairdo! Green, blue, black, red, pink! Which color is your favorite? What do you think?"

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Book Signing with Susan Mizruchi


Join us for a book signing with Susan Mizruchi on Sunday, July 13th from 4-6pm. The author will be signing copies of her new book, Brando's Smile.

"When people think about Marlon Brando they think of the movie star; the hunk; the scandals. Susan L. Mizruchi finds the Brando others have missed: the man who collected four thousand books; the man who rewrote scripts, trimming his lines to make them sharper; the man who consciously used his body and employed the objects around him to create believable characters; the man who used his fame to foster Indian and civil rights. From Brando’s letters, audiotapes, and annotated screenplays and books—many never before available—Mizruchi gives us a complex person whose intelligence belies the high-school dropout. She shows how Brando’s embrace of foreign cultures and outsiders led to brilliant performances in unusual roles—a gay man, an Asian, and a German soldier—to foster empathy on a global scale and to test himself. In portraying a fuller Brando, Mizruchi portrays an even more fascinating man."

Book Signing with Dete Meserve


Join us for a book signing with Dete Meserve on Saturday, July 12th from 2-4pm. The author will be signing copies of her new book, Good Sam.

"After years covering murders, disasters, and tragedy for Los Angeles TV news, Kate Bradley knows that violence and cruelty are everywhere and that good is hard to find. When she is assigned to cover a story about ten people who have each found $100,000 in cash on their front porch, Kate is intrigued by the anonymous Good Samaritan, dubbed Good Sam, who is behind it all.

As interest in the extraordinary gifts sweeps across the country, Kate finds the elusive Good Sam and her exclusive interview with him thrusts her into the national spotlight. Even as his message captivates viewers and wins ratings, Kate suspects he may not be all he claims to be and that the real Good Sam is still out there.

Searching for answers, Kate unravels the powerful and unexpected reason behind the mysterious cash gifts and the true identity of Good Sam becomes the biggest surprise story of her career, turning her personal and professional life upside down."

Monday, June 9, 2014

Book Signing with Walter Levin


Join us for a book signing with Walter Levin on Sunday, June 15th from 2-4pm. The author will be signing copies of his new book, The Kid Who Went to the Moon.

James Gibson is 12 years old and only needs $2 million to convince NASA to let him go to the moon. It's not a regular thing for a kid to get $2 million. But James is no ordinary kid. Follow his adventure ... from getting his weekly swirly in the school toilet from the neighborhood bully ... all the way into outer space ... in this exciting new novel,The Kid Who Went To The Moon.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Book Signing with Evelyn De Wolfe


Join us for a book signing with Evelyn De Wolfe on Saturday, May 24th from 2-4pm. The author will be signing copies of her new book, The Life and Times of Phlange Welder

"My newest book reveals a little-known humorous slice of Los Angeles Times history and salutes a by-gone era of print journalism," says author Evelyn De Wolfe. "It underscores the value of humor and camaraderie in the workplace. The bottom line is that few of us can function successfully without it."

In her book, the former Los Angeles Times staff writer and columnist documents the rise and fall of a dapper fictitious socialite created by a group of Times staffers during the 1960s, who surreptitiously wedged his way into the guest lists of Los Angeles' rich and famous.

Phlange Welder's comings and goings were reported in the pages of the Los Angeles Times for five years until the fateful day when he was betrayed and suffered the profound humiliation of a full television expose.

This is a MUST for those prone to chuckling.