Author Rodeo with Bella Evans, Amy Schisler, & Richard Rafanovic

at in store on 11/12/2017, 03:00 pm
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"Greensboro", NC
Author Rodeo with Bella Evans, Amy Schisler, & Richard Rafanovic Author Rodeo Sunday, November 12, 3pm Featuring authors who are local, self-published, or published by small presses Amy Schisler, Whispering Vines: When death takes yet another person from Alex O’Donnell, she questions whether or not she will ever find happiness. Upon learning that she has inherited a vineyard in Italy, Alex leaves everything she knows behind to seek her future. She moves from her Baltimore apartment to a villa in Italy where she discovers a life of possibilities beyond her hopes and dreams. Arriving at the villa, Alex is taken aback by the animosity and scorn of the vineyard’s co-owner, Nicolas Giordano. Resentful of Alex’s sudden appearance, Nicolas struggles to maintain his control over his business and his feelings for his new partner. The discovery of a journal from World War II becomes the tie that binds Alex and Nicolas as they work to secure their future while putting together the pieces of a puzzle from the past. Unlock the hidden secrets among the Whispering Vines. "Schisler’s writing is a verbal masterpiece of art. She weaves together the lives of two women, generations apart, in a beautiful and heartbreaking tale of love and loss. This is a book to get lost in." Author of Rising Ridge, Alex Jacobs Bella Evans, Thicker Than Blood: Four college friends: Alexis, Kina, Sherri, and Tammy are bound by love, connections, and secrets. However, a conflict between Sherri and Alexis stirs up contention. As their dangerous past comes back to haunt them, their loyalty to each other is challenged. In a small North Carolina town, big personalities come together to create a whirlwind of drama and suspense. These women will keep you on your toes in this first installment of the gripping new series: Thicker Than Blood. Richard Rafanovic, My Life: Escape From Communism: Richard O. Rafanovic was born and lived throughout his youth in a country that was occupied by Hitler’s military, then the Russians, and finally, the Communist government of his country. His quest for liberty inspired him to find freedom, which led to his crossing the Iron Curtain on foot in the middle of the night. While in Germany, it became possible for him to come to the United States of America to realize his quest for freedom.

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