West Seattle authors: Terry Brooks @ Westwood tomorrow; book event @ WSPC next weekend

August 31, 2012 at 9:47 pm | In West Seattle books, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

Two author updates! First – if you hadn’t already seen it on the WSB West Seattle Events Calendar – or the author’s own website – tomorrow is the annual hometown appearance by mega-best-selling fantasy author Terry Brooks. He’ll be at Barnes and Noble in Westwood Village at 2 pm Saturday. Melissa from B&N notes that it’s a discussion and signing of Brooks’ “new book, ‘Wards of Faerie: The Dark Legacy of Shannara.’ We always have a good crowd for Mr. Brooks, so be sure to arrive early for a good seat!” (We can confirm that – WSB has covered his West Seattle appearances every year since 2007 – our photo is from last year.)

Second – Next Saturday, a book-signing (and more) event at West Side Presbyterian Church, whose longtime Senior Pastor Paul Smith is a contributor. Here’s the church’s announcement:

All are invited to a “book launching” of David Marshall’s new book, “Faith Seeking Understanding,” on Saturday, September 8, from 7 to 9 pm in the Howell Auditorium of West Side Presbyterian Church. The book is a compilation by David and “a few of his friends” to, first of all, honor Dr. Paul Brand (former WS resident, Orthopedic surgeon and pioneer in reconstructive surgery to leprosy patients, missionary, and author), and Ralph Winter (U.S. Center for World Missions). Other contributors to “Faith Seeking Understanding” include Philip Yancey (Christian author of 29+ books), Earl Palmer (Pastor Emeritus of University Presbyterian; founder, Earl Palmer Ministries), Miriam Adeney (SPU professor and author), Ben McFarland (SPU biochemistry professor), and Paul Smith (senior pastor of West Side Presbyterian for more than 30 years). Several will be joining David Marshall for the “book launching!” Books will be available for just $12. It’s a unique opportunity to hear and meet the authors, be among the first to get your book “hot off the press” and have it autographed!

2 Comments

  1. What are the criteria for WSB to mention book publication or readings? I am a West Seattle author whose book was published by Chronicle Books earlier this year. I, my husband, and another friend all wrote the blog about it… to nada… I’d have loved to have talked to blog about book, given away copies, or shared links to events at Town Hall, an interview on KUOW, Seattle Times excerpt… national coverage etc. It’s in a 2nd printing, but anyway… maybe it just was not of interest.

    Comment by West Seattle writer — 8:01 am September 1, 2012 #

  2. Generally, local readings. If you had a local (West Seattle, White Center, South Park) reading and we didn’t put it in the calendar, my apologies. – TR

    Comment by WSB — 8:05 am September 1, 2012 #

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