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Sat, May 04


Fayetteville Public Library

Book Talk Event at Fayetteville Public Library

I will give a talk about "The Last Independence Day: Secession" at FPL in the Willard and Pat Walker Community Room from 2 to 4 p.m. and plan a Q&A to answer questions about the inspiration behind the novel, the writing process, and its central themes.

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Book Talk Event at Fayetteville Public Library
Book Talk Event at Fayetteville Public Library

Time & Location

May 04, 2024, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM CDT

Fayetteville Public Library, 401 W Mountain St, Fayetteville, AR 72701, USA

About the event

Join me for a lively afternoon as we delve into the heart of "The Last Independence Day: Secession." I am thrilled to invite you to an exclusive reading session from my latest novel. Following a brief reading, we'll transition into an interactive Q&A segment, offering you a unique opportunity to peek behind the curtain of the writing process and why I wrote the novel in the first place.

This event is not just about discussing the plot, though. It's an invitation to explore the deeper meanings, the central themes that pulse at the core of the narrative. It's a chance to engage, question, and understand the intricacies that weave together to form the tapestry of this story. Whether you're a die-hard fan, an aspiring writer, or love an engaging yarn, the gathering promises to spark curiosity about the foundations of our democratic republic, the role of politics, and the unfortunate effects of political extremism that have rattled the nation.

Don't miss this opportunity to connect, share insights, and celebrate the power of words in shaping our worldviews. I hope to discuss the novel and embark on a journey of discovery with you, exploring the nuances that make the story resonate with readers far and wide.

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