Let's go for the book first: Amanda's doppelganger Alison finds herself confused, lonely, and drastically out of touch with the world of modern dating.Refusing to wallow, she signs up for a popular dating app and resolves to remain open-minded and optimistic as she explores the New York City singles' scene.A novel of compassion and insight, "Good Luck With That" tells the story of two women who learn to embrace themselves just the way they are. Friday 08/17/2018 at AM (Match Made in Manhattan) at Carefree Catering A graduate of Yale and Columbia Universities who works as an architectural conservator, restoring historic landmarks across the country, Amanda headed to when she grew frustrated with New York City's dating scene.Her experiences provided her with a lifetime of warm and fuzzy memories, a few friends, and an abundance of material for a book or a career in comedy.This heart-pounding World War II story, infused with the tension of Kristin Hannah's "The Nightingale," and Anthony Doerr's "All the Light We Cannot See," asks what is a peaceful man to do when totalitarianism takes everything he holds dear. Friday 08/31/2018 at AM (Rush) at Inlet Affairs"There's not a better Southern author writing today than Lisa Patton.Her delightful new book is a modern look at what is perhaps the most sacred of all Southern rituals: sorority rush at The University of Mississippi, 'Ole Miss.' And happily for us, Miss Patton captures to absolute perfection the hilarity, hysteria, and heartbreak of it all. I couldn't have loved it more." -Fannie Flagg Friday 09/07/2018 at AM (The Glass Ocean) at Pawleys Plantation From the New York Times bestselling authors of The Forgotten Room comes a captivating historical mystery, infused with romance that links the lives of three women across a century – two deep in the past, one in the present – to the doomed passenger liner, RMS Lusitania.That makes this book important to all those interested in the antebellum and Civil War history of Georgia. Friday 09/21/2018 at AM (Not Her Daughter) at Kimbel's, Wachesaw The author of four best-selling nonfiction books on nutrition and fitness, Frey’s debut novel has already been optioned for a feature film.
That is just one question that Swann – who is a graduate of Woodberry Forest School in Virginia, holds a doctorate in creative writing, and serves as the English department chair at Holy Innocents' Episcopal School – explores in this compulsively readable debut, a literary thriller set in the elite – and sometimes dark – environs of Blackburne, a prep school in Virginia.
For Georgia, it's about learning to stop trying to live up to her mother's and brother's ridiculous standards, and learn to accept the love her ex-husband has tried to give her.
But as Marley and Georgia grow stronger, the real meaning of Emerson’s dying wish becomes truly clear: more than anything, she wanted her friends to love themselves.
This feast is *, and includes an autographed book by all three authors. Friday 09/14/2018 at AM (The Slave-Trader's Letter-Book) at Kimbel's, Wachesaw This intriguing and educational book is in two parts.
The first, a thorough and well-researched biography of one of antebellum Georgia's most famous scoundrels; the second, a professionally edited and annotated printing of Charles Augustus Lafayette Lamar's long-lost and recently rediscovered letter-book.