Author Gladys Hodge Sherrer in Typical Yeoman Woman's Attire
A few reasons you should attend TRAPPED IN THE CROSSFIRE’s Book Launch at Snead State Community College, Fielder Auditorium, 202 North Walnut Street, Boaz, Alabama, Sunday, October 15, 2:00-4:00 pm:
1) This Book Launch is unique, a one-time event to honor our forefathers, specifically, early North Alabama settlers Sarah and Perry Williams, but representative of many others of that era. All profits from book sales will go to Snead’s Legacy Scholarship Fund in memory of Sarah & Perry Williams. A visual tribute to the couple will be part of the stage scene.
2) The backstory, actual historical events suggested in the book, will be discussed by the author, using a slideshow of period images.
3) If you’ve read TRAPPED IN THE CROSSFIRE, and now have questions pertaining to history, research, writing, and such things, there will be a Q&A session after the reading.
4) To help your imaginations drift back in time, the author will be appearing on stage in the typical dress of a woman of middle class (known as yeomen), but she may never don that heavy dress again!
COME TO SUPPORT EDUCATION!
COME WITH QUESTIONS!
COME TO GET YOUR TRAPPED IN THE CROSSFIRE COPY SIGNED!
COME TO BUY CHRISTMAS GIFTS!
COME FOR THE COOKIES AND LEMONADE!
COME TO TAKE A SUNDAY DRIVE IN AUTUMN!
COME TO LEARN HISTORY!
COME TO HONOR FOREFATHERS OF YOUR OWN FAMILY!
COME TO SEE IF THE AUTHOR TRIPS ON HER LONG SKIRT!
COME TO BE INSPIRED BY THE FAITH OF OUR FATHERS!
COME EARLY FOR A PRIME PARKING SPOT… THE READING STARTS PROMPTLY AT 2:00!
Trapped in the Crossfire is sold online at Amazon, Books-a-Million and Barnes and Noble