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Local, military authors hold book signing | Enterprise Ledger

Enterprise’s Rawls Hotel and Restaurant library was host to a book signing Tuesday evening for a locally-penned novel that has already achieved great acclaim. “The Terminal List,” co-authored by Enterprise resident Keith Wood and retired Navy SEAL Jack Carr, was written primarily in Coffee County and features a central character whose hometown is Enterprise. According […]

A Girl Dreams of Battling Aliens in This Exclusive Excerpt From Brandon Sanderson’s New Fantasy Epic, Skyward

A preview of the cover for Brandon Sanderson’s Skyward. Image: Charlie Bowater/Regina Flath (Delacorte Press) Acclaimed epic fantasy author Brandon Sanderson is known for the Mistborn series as well as The Stormlight Archive—including last fall’s hugely popular third book in that series, Oathbringer. But the prolific writer has a new YA book on the horizon, […]

Pressed for Success – Erie Reader

Nick Warren Pressed in the Greengarden Plaza is representative of the quiet renaissance that independent booksellers have enjoyed since 2009. The newly-opened store encompasses 4,000 square feet of u201cpure book bliss.u201d Tracey Bowes is blonde, brightly blue-eyed, and stands maybe 5 feet and 3 inches tall. She’s very fit — she says she enjoys running […]

‘Ragtime’ explores American dreams and nightmares with Asolo Rep | Arts and Entertainment

In 1975, novelist E.L. Doctorow wrote a very big book called “Ragtime.” In 1996, playwright Terrence McNally, lyricist Lynn Ahrens and composer Stephen Flaherty, adapted it as a very big musical. If you’ve read the book, it seems like odd material for Broadway musical theater. Doctorow’s sprawling novel unfolds at the dawn of the 20th […]

Sumter resident publishes children’s book

BY IVY MOORE Special to The Sumter Item Ashley Denmark has recently added “author” to her list of accomplishments, with the publication of her first book. The Missouri native lives in Sumter and works as a family medicine physician at McLeod Hospital in Florence. “I recently wrote my first STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) […]