The Friends of the Huntsville Public Library are excited about the writers who will participate in this year’s Local Authors’ Night, scheduled Thursday from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room of the library.
Susan Hastings is bringing her book “Selah’s Sweet Dream” to sell and sign. “Selah’s Sweet Dream” is appropriate for children in grades four through six.
James Levi Mathew, a Christian author, is returning to the Authors’ Night with his new book, “The Living Clay.” Judith Sower is also returning with a new children’s book in her “Tashka” series. The latest book in that series deal with adjusting to the arrival of a younger sibling.
Vanny Vorng presents his personal memoir titled “My Life According To My Destiny,” which tells his story as a survivor of the killing fields of Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge holocaust.
Mitch Roth, a professor at Sam Houston State University, will have his book “Convict Cowboys: The Untold History of the Texas Prison Rodeo.” Chris Holmes, a student at SHSU, offers “100 Testimonies of a Young Self; Just Another Black Voice; Steps to Manhood.”
Judy Phillips, a well-known children’s author, will have copies of “Beauregard LeMoose is Loose in New Orleans.”
“Till Death Do Us Part — What Then???” was written by a group of widows from Elkins Lake who share their first-hand knowledge and advice for those who have suffered the death of a spouse. Danny and Adrian Cennamo have written a children’s Christmas story titled “Big Red, The Father of Santa’s Reindeer.”
Louise Looney is an award-winning Christian writer who will have her fifth book, “Out of Darkness, Into His Marvelous Light” available. The book offers encouragement to those battling depression.
“This is the perfect time to come and visit with local authors who will be happy to personalize copies of their books for gift giving or just to add a few books to the family library,” said Nancy Franklin, a friend of the Library Public Library.
Cash or checks are welcome. Light refreshments will be served.
“Don’t miss this very special evening with the Huntsville Public Library Friends and our wonderful, talented and diversified local authors,” Franklin added.