The past two days I’ve been at work editing and researching, helping my friend, Teresa Gordon, and the owner of Daily Harvest Bakery and Deli with her cookbook. I’ve also made good progress on my next children’s book about the mill workers of Roswell and New Manchester, Georgia. Such a sad story, another of those forgotten tales that gives one a true perspective as to what the War Between the States was about.
Here is my tentative calendar for the promotion of Jim Limber Davis: A Black Orphan in the Confederate White House.
July 12-15, New Orleans signings.
July 21, Signing at the Books A Million in Sherman, Texas
July 24-28, I’ll be in Mobile, Alabama for the National Convention of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. That town is filling up fast and finding a hotel was a problem. I’ll be in the Radisson Semmes Hotel, only four blocks away from where my vendor’s booth and the convention will be. I’ll have more to say of this event in future posts.
August 2, a signing at One Penny Time, a children’s bookstore in Monroe, Louisiana.
August 4, a signing at the Books A Million in Monroe
August 6, a signing at the West Monroe Public Library.
There are other events, conferences and signings beyond these, but this will give you an idea as to where I’ll be the next few weeks.