Lunch with the Authors

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Join us for lunch with NY Times and USA Today best-selling authors Jodi Thomas and Linda Broday on Wednesday, November 8th at Noon. Attendance is limited sign up online or at the front desk.

Linda Broday writes historical western romance and is a native of the Texas panhandle. Jodi Thomas enjoys interacting with students at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas, where she currently serves as Writer in Residence.

 

Book Signing

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bruised-but-not-brokenAuthor Sheyvette Dinkens will sign her book

“Bruised but not Broken”

on Saturday, October 15th at 2:00 p.m.

The book is available online at http://sheyvettedinkens.com/ and will be available for purchase at the book signing.

Scott Novosel – KU Basketball Player & Author

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fieldhouseScott Novosel, who started for the Kansas Jayhawks in 1995 in the Big 8 Championship game, will come to the library to discuss his graphic novel, “Fieldhouse”. The graphic novel entertains its readers as well as teaches them to embrace adversity.

Where: In the downstairs activity area

When: Wednesday, June 15th at 6:00 p.m.

All ages are welcome.

 

 

Memoir and Family History Writing Workshop

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The LifeStory Institute presents:

“The world is made of stories, not atoms,” as the poet said, and on Tuesday, March 1st , 10 a.m. to 12 noon, those who come to the memoir and family history writing workshop at the Liberal Memorial Library will get a chance to show how true that is.

Charley Kempthorne, a writer and teacher who has made a career of helping people write the stories of their life, will, with his wife June, conduct a two hour workshop at the Library.

The workshop is free and open to all.
Registration is required as space is limited.
20 total participants.

Samuel Hall Author, book talk and signing

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Daughter of the CimarronSamuel Hall, author of Daughter of the Cimarron will discuss the origins of his book.

Where: The Cooper-Clark Meeting room

When: Tuesday, November 3rd at 6:00 p.m.

 

Daughter of the Cimarron is an historical novel that takes place mainly during the Great Depression. Not all “Okies” moved out when times got tough. Some, like Sam’s parents, stayed home and survived.

Ken Berry, former Major League Baseball player and author

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Ken BerryCome join us at the Liberal Memorial Library as we host former Major League Baseball player and author Ken Berry. Mr. Berry will talk abut his latest book and his life in the Major Leagues.

Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 6:00 p.m.

Author Stew Magnuson

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Stew MagnusonThe author Stew Magnuson, who wrote the book “The Last American Highway: A Journey through time down U.S. Route 83: Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma, will be at the library on

Wednesday, September 23rd at 6:30 pm

for an hour long program that uncovers stories found along the road that bisects the United States from North to South.

Author Day – Book Signings

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beagle-tJoin us for a meet and greet of local authors! Here is your chance to discover new authors or meet familiar ones from around the community. They will showcase, sell, and sign their books and take time to chat and answer questions.

Saturday December 13th 2014
From 10:00 to 12:00