Monday, July 27, 2015

Monday Roundup: July 27 - August 2

Bookish events in Texas for the week of July 27 - August 2, 2015: 

Monday, July 27:
BookPeople, Journalist & Bread Connoisseur SAMUEL FROMARTZ in conversation with Mother Jones Journalist TOM PHILPOTT about Fromartz's new book, In Search of the Perfect Loaf: A Home Baker's Odyssey, 7PM

Alamo Drafthouse, talk, Q&A and book signing of Ernest Cline’s new novel, Armada, 7PM [tickets required]

Tuesday, July 28:
The Wild Detectives, Lee Robinson will read and sign Lawyer For the Dog, 7:30PM

Duncanville Public Library, Jenny Martin will discuss and sign her YA novel, Tracked, 7PM

Fort Worth
The Dock Bookshop, Fort Worth Poetry Slam, 8PM

Murder By the Book, Christie Golden will sign and discuss Star Wars: Dark Disciple, 6:30PM

BookPeople, Debut Novelist ANDI TERAN speaking & signing Ana of California, 7PM

B&N - Lincoln Park, book signing: Pretty Baby by Mary Kubica, 7PM

Thursday, July 30:
Irving Public Library - South Branch, Friday Night Library Express Yourself Edition with readings and a story walk, 7PM

Saturday, August 1:
Blue Willow Bookshop, Adan Medrano will discuss and sign his new cookbook, TRULY TEXAS MEXICAN, 2PM

Fruition Technology Lab, Local Inventor Vivian Elebiyo launches her children's book I Can Invent Things and the Kids Who Invent program, 11AM

Half Price Books - North Oaks, Vicki Smith will sell and sign her children’s travel book Jamaican Adventure with Tori and Paul, 1PM

Half Price Books - Westheimer/Montrose, Hank Moore will sell and sign his new book Houston Legends: History and Heritage of Dynamic Global Capitol, 1PM
B&N - Town Square, Kimberly Carlstrom Book Signing: Scrambled Letters, 11:30AM

Sugar Land
Half Price Books, Beth Newman will sell and sign her children’s books Become a First Style Fashionista! and Frannie Fashionista and the Great Cape Caper, 1PM

The Woodlands
B&N - Woodlands Mall, Victoria Martin signs Itty Bitty Wouldn't Budge, 2PM

Sunday, August 2:
Bohemeo’s Art House, WAT?! (Word Around Town) 10th Anniversary Poetry Tour, 8PM

1 comment:

  1. Armada is a great book, loved it just as much as Ready Player One. Very suspenseful with a lot of unexpected out comes. You start to think the characters are going one way and they wind up going another. Can't wait to read the author's next book.