Three book signings in Exeter this month
Literature is alive and well in Exeter as another author will hold a book signing here.
Robert Blanc, a resident of Vail, Ariz, will be available to sign copies of his book, The Lawless Ones, from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, April 20 at Cappella Coffee House, 132 N. E St. in Exeter.
The Lawless Ones explores our sinful human condition and utters hope for our spiritual bodies. Our hope should lie in Jesus Christ, but because we fail to live up to his expectations daily, we fall short of his glory.
Join Robert Blanc as he biblically identifies the most prominent issues of man today and how to extricate those problems. The Lawless Ones will be a key to opening a new door to your heart.
For more information, contact Travis King at 888-361-9473 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tonight, April 17, the Exeter Branch Library hosted a Meet The Authors for five local writers. The author’s featured during the event are: Mary Benton, author of Winds of Time and Plain Molly; Suzanne Clevenger, author of Pastures of Hope; Gloria Getman, author of Lottie’s Legacy; Jeff Spalsbury, author of Hunt the Hunter and The Hunted Return; and Sylvia Ross, author of Acorns and Abalone, Acts of Kindness, Acts of Contrition and East of the Great Valley.
The library is located at the corner of D and Chestnut streets in Exeter. The Author’s Night is free and open to the public. For more information, call the Exeter Branch Library at 559-592-5361.
On Monday, April 29, from noon to 2 p.m., authors Rebecca Buckley and Trish Alden will be appearing at Book Garden in Exeter to sign their books, ‘Midnight in Malibu’ and ‘Twelve-hundred steps,’ respectively. The Book Garden is located at 189 E. Pine St. in Exeter. More on that next week.