FW: Cassandra King Here [Montgomery Tomorrow!
From: Capitol Book [mailto:capitolbook@...]
Sent: Monday, April 30, 2007 10:25 AM
To: Capitol Book
Subject: Cassandra King Here Tomorrow!
The Capitol Book Newsletter
Monday, April 30, 2007
1. Cassandra King Tomorrow!
2. Why? Because we love you!
Cassandra King Here Tomorrow!
We are very pleased that Cassandra King, one of Capitol Book's - and
Montgomery's - alltime favorites, will be here TOMORROW, MAY 1 at 4 PM
to sign copies of her brand new book, Queen of Broken Hearts. The
reviewers have loved this one, which is set on the Alabama coast (OK,
it's set in Fairhope) and tells the story of Clare, a divorce coach
whose advice helps everybody except herself. Then along comes Lex, a
charismatic, charming, burly sea captain who has marital problems of his
own, and soon....
This one is Cassandra King at her best. Please come tomorrow and meet
this beloved writer and get your very own signed copy....not just of the
new book, but her old favorites, too: Making Waves, The Sunday Wife, and
The Same Sweet Girls.
Queen of Broken Hearts is hardcover, $24.95. The others are all in
paperback, $14. As always, we'll be happy to get books signed for you if
you can't make it to the store tomorrow. Just let us know!
IMPORTANT NOTE: Mother's Day is May 13, and this one would make a very
nice gift for Mom, even if she's not going through a divorce, or
carrying on with a burly sea captain.
You say you missed the Alabama Book Festival?
Well, it was great, and at least 3 times bigger than last year, but
still, not everybody came, and if that includes you, and if you'd still
like to get autographed copies of some of the featured books, it just so
happens we can help you out. We still have signed copies of the
Gayden Metcalfe and Charlotte Hays - Somebody is Going to Die if Lily
Beth Doesn't Catch That Bouquet
Nathalie Dupree - Shrimp and Grits Cookbook and Nathalie Dupree's
Southern Memories and New Southern Cooking
Robert Olen Butler - Severance
Julia Spencer-Fleming - All Mortal Flesh
Elizabeth Dewberry - His Lovely Wife
Ravi Howard - Like Trees Walking
James O. Born - Field of Fire
Shelley Mickle - Barbaro and The Assigned Visit
Sidney Thompson - Sideshow
Jennifer Paddock - Point Clear and The Secret Word
Mary Saums - Thistle and Twigg
John Jeter - And the Angels Sang
Sena Jeter Naslund - Abundance and Ahab's Wife (paperback only)
....and a few others, who were not at the Festival:
Harlan Coben - The Woods
Carol O'Connell - Find Me
Doug Marlette - Magic Time
An Upcoming Event
May 10 - David Rose The Big Eddy Club: The Stocking Stranglings and
David Rose is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair, and has worked for
The Guardian, The Observer, and the BBC. This book is a fascinating
study of the Stocking Stranglings in Columbus, Georgia in the mid 1970s,
and of the man accused and convicted of the killings. But did he really
do it? You don't want to miss this one!
Cheryl and Thomas Upchurch
Capitol Book & News Company
1140 E. Fairview Avenue
Montgomery, AL 36106