In this powerful, superbly written memoir, Conroy tells the story of his family - the violence, the estrangements, the divorces, the mental breakdowns, and the suicide. This tumultuous tale is also full of love, reconciliations, and lots of humor. -Helen
Comical situations as well as zany, off-beat personalities give heart and warmth to Sookie’s emotional conundrum. It is a tribute to family, friendship and the strength of the human spirit. A heart-warming feel-good read. -Pat
Nathan Kotecki & PT McHugh - Double YA Fantasy Bill
03/09/2013 3:00 pm
Two NC authors share their visions of the strange with us on Saturday, March 9, at 3 p.m. Nathan Kotecki brings us The Suburban Strange. Celia discovers girls at Suburban High are having near fatal accidents on the eve of their 16th birthdays. Can 15-year-old Celia solve the mystery before her own next birthday? For ages
PT McHugh presents Keeper of the Black Stones: Stone Ends, the first book in a new series. It's a thrilling combination of fantasy and historical fiction with a
likable, funny hero in Jason Evans. For ages 12+.