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Join us as we meet and discuss When the English Fall by David Williams. All meetings are held in the Community Room at Panera in the Charleston Town Center Mall (Charleston, West Virginia) on the Macy's end of the mall.
Discussions are led by librarians from the Kanawha County Public Library. Books are available at the Kanawha County Public Library - Main, just ask for the mall book group read.
This book group meets from 11:30 AM ET to 12:30 PM ET on the last Wednesday of each month. (BookDivasReads)… (mer)
Geologist and acclaimed nature writer David Williams will discuss and sign his new book Cairns: Messengers in Stone ($15.95 Mountaineers Books), in which he explores the history, meaning, and uses of cairns (manmade piles of rock) from the moors of Scotland to the peaks of the Himalaya. Cairns are so much more than a random pile of rocks, knowing how to make cairns can drastically alter the meaning of the formation. Hikers, climbers, travelers, gardeners, and nature buffs alike will delight in this quirky, captivating collection of stories about cairns. (jpmoore)… (mer)
Authors attending for readings and book-signing will be: Rod Glenn, author of The King of America, Sinema and The Killing Moon Kirsty Neary, author of The Stately Pantheon A J Kirby, author of Bully John Price, author of Suicide City David Williams, author of 11:59 Ricki Thomas, author of Unlikely Killer and Hope's Vengence Roz Glenn, compiler of P.O.W. Watime Log of F/Sgt T D Glenn Tony Wright, author of The War of the Worlds: Aftermath The Lit & Phil is the largest independent library outside of London. (Davidgnp)… (mer)
David Williams, the Surrey Heritage Finds Liaison Officer, will be on hand in a library to help identify and record those fascinating items you may have dug up in your garden or found while out on a walk. Interesting items will be recorded on a database. So if you think you've found some buried treasure, come along and find out. 10.30am - 1pm This is a free drop-in event so no booking is required. (Rivendell)… (mer)