FW: Parties! [Capitol Book, Montgomery]
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From: Capitol Book [mailto:capitolbook@...]
Sent: Wednesday, October 08, 2003 10:30 AM
To: Capitol Book
The Capitol Book Newsletter
Wednesday, October 8, 2003
1. Yes we're going to a party party
2. And more, too
3. And another!
Greenhaw Does It Again
Montgomery's Wayne Greenhaw continues his creative explosion of the past few
years with a brand new book.
The Spider's Web contains a novella and several short stories, all set in
Tuscaloosa and Birmingham in the 1950s. The central character, in the
novella and in the stories, is Thomas Morgan Reed, a young boy on his way to
becoming a man. His family is by turns loving and difficult, his friends
sometimes steadfast, sometimes unreliable as he finds his way through
serious illness and certain other hazards of growing up. This is Wayne's
most personal writing yet.....extremely powerful stuff.
Come meet Wayne and get your book signed TOMORROW, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, FROM
Mark Your Calendar
We have several other nice events coming up in the next few weeks, too. You
don't want to miss:
Monday, October 13 (5:00-7:00) Steve Oney- And the Dead Shall Rise
Tuesday, October 14 (5:00-7:00) Daphne Simpkins- The Long Good Night
Tuesday, October 21 (5:00-7:00) Karren Pell- Alabama Troubadour
Saturday, November 1 (2:00-4:00) Valerie Gribben- Fairytale
Offer Ends Today
The 21st Annual Capri Gala is THIS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 7-11 PM. We still
have a few tickets for sale here. They're $40 each, and yes, while they last
we are still matching your $40, so if you buy your tickets from us, your $40
becomes $80. Call, email or come by TODAY, as we must turn in our unsold
tickets to the Capri.
Capitol Book & News Company
1140 E. Fairview Avenue
Montgomery, AL 36106