THIS WEEK IN MARCH

  1. Sunday Apr 9 FREE POETRY MINI-SEMINAR SUNDAY, APRIL 9; 2-3:30 PM ANTIOCH WRITERS WORKSHOP will present a free mini-seminar on POETRY. April is National Poetry Month. Come celebrate with us and create a poem! Great for poets and writers of all types--challenge your creativity and learn...
  2. Wednesday Apr 12 GREG ILES INTRODUCES MISSISSIPPI BLOOD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12; 7 PM (Line numbers beginning at 6 pm. Please show your books&co receipt for Mississippi Blood to get a line number.) GREG ISLES, author of the epic Natchez Burning trilogy, will introduce the concluding book in the...
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HOT BOOKS

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    EL PASO
    by Winston Groom

    This is a book to settle in with on long winter nights. El Paso will transport you to the times of the 1916 Mexican Revolution and the vicious border wars set in the harsh deserts and mountains of northern Mexico.. A railroad tycoon, known at the Colonel, is pulled into the conflict when two and a half million dollars in "beef on the hoof" are raided from his ranch. Believing that Pancho Villa stole the cattle, he hopes to gather a group of men brave enough to hunt down Villa and bring him to justice. If you like your stories with an historical background and filled with heroes, villains, shootouts, rescues, and even a bullfight, this is the epic for you. Winston Groom has also written Forrest Gump.
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    COOKING FOR JEFFREY
    by Ina Garten

    This is a sure-fire winner! The recipes are Ina's husband's favorites and they are immensely appealing. If you're like me, you'll want to try Ina's Tarragon Shrimp Salad, Skillet-Roasted Lemon Chicken, Parmesan Roasted Zucchini,Moroccan Grilled Lamb Chops, Spaghetti Squash with Garlic & Parmesan, and Chocolate Creme Brulee. With this cookbook in your kitchen, you're sure to have meals that solicit a RAVE review.
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    SMALL GREAT THINGS
    by Jodi Picoult

    You know you're in for a compelling, "straight from the headlines" type of theme when you pick up one of Jodi's books. This one will be right at the top of the list. Her story takes on the challenging subjects of prejudice, race, justice, compassion, and privilege. We meet Ruth, a competent African-American labor & delivery nurse, who is caring for a newborn baby when she is told by her superiors that the baby's parents, who are white supremacists, demand that she not touch their baby. When the baby goes into cardiac arrest, and Ruth is the only one in the nursery, she is faced with the dilemma of following orders or intervening. It's a page turner from then on!
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    THE MAGNOLIA STORY
    by Chip and Joanna Gaines

    If you haven't met Chip and Joanna, this book will introduce them to you. This married couple is taking the TV world by storm with their show on HGTV's Fixer Upper.. Their specialty is remodeling houses and turning these fixer-uppers into stunning homes. Joanna is the lead designer and Chip handles construction. If you are in the mood to do some remodeling in your own home, you're sure to get inspiration from them.
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FREE POETRY MINI-SEMINAR

SUNDAY, APRIL 9; 2-3:30 PM

ANTIOCH WRITERS WORKSHOP will present a free mini-seminar on POETRY. April is National Poetry Month. Come celebrate with us and create a poem! Great for poets and writers of all types--challenge your creativity and learn some techniques to enhance your writing craft! It will be led by poet JAMEY DUNHAM. You can learn more about Jamey at www.poets.org/poetsorg/poet/jamey-dunham


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