Access to books and the authors who wrote them
The only thing greater than reading a book is hearing from the person who wrote it. At Authors Uncovered, you’re offered a front-row seat to the minds of those who’ve put great stories and research onto the page. Currently, all author events will be broadcasted on Zoom.
Authors Uncovered featuring Jasmine Guillory in conversation with Alisha Rai | June 23, 2021 at 4:45 p.m.
- Purchase their book
- Ask the author your most pressing questions
- Hear from other fans of the books you’ve read
Meet New York Times bestselling author Jasmine Guillory on June 23 at 4:45 p.m. during a virtual Authors Uncovered event on Zoom. The event will offer an early access peek into Jasmine Guillory’s sixth romance novel, While We Were Dating to be released in July.
Praised by media far and wide including NPR, The Washington Post, and Entertainment Weekly; Guillory has truly made a name for herself. Her charismatic presence and unflagging support for a large spectrum of books and genres have propelled her beyond the realm of a romance author and into culture tastemaker. Guillory will be in conversation with fellow author Alisha Rai, who pens award-winning contemporary romances. Her novels have been featured on the IndieNext and the LibraryReads lists and been named the Best Books of the Year by the Washington Post, NPR, New York Public Library, Amazon, Entertainment Weekly, Reader’s Digest, Kirkus, “O” the Oprah Magazine and Cosmopolitan Magazine.
Advance registration for this virtual event on Zoom is required.
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and enjoy conversations with our local and touring authors including our latest with author Ellis Cose
discussing his book The Short Life & Curious Death of Free Speech in America
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Janet Skeslien Charles | March 14
Meet Janet Skeslien Charles, author of The Paris Library in conversation with CapRadio's Donna Apidone. The Paris Library is based on the true story of the heroic librarians at the American Library in Paris. This is an unforgettable story of friendship, family and the power of literature to bring us together. Janet Skeslien Charles is the award-winning author of Moonlight in Odessa. Janet first became interested in the incredible true story of the librarians who stood up to Nazi "Book Protector" when she worked as the program manager at the American Library in Paris. She divides her time between Montana and Paris. Signed copies of The Paris Library are available for purchase at Underground Books.
Ellis Cose | October 28
Cose is the author of several books, including the bestselling The Rage of a Privileged Class
. A former contributing editor for Newsweek
magazine, his writing has appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times
magazine, USA Today
, the Washington Post
, and the New York Daily News
, among other publications. Cose offers an eye-opening wholly original examination of the state of free speech in America today, litigating ideas that touch on every American’s life in his new book, The Short Life & Curious Death of Free Speech in America.
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Nancy Pearl | September 22
Meet bestselling author, librarian and literary critic Nancy Pearl to discuss her new book, The Writer’s Library. In this Authors Uncovered event hosted by CapRadio’s Donna Apidone, Pearl will discuss the books that made them think, brought them joy and changed their lives in this intimate, moving insightful collection that celebrates the power of literature and how reading connects us all. Signed copies of her book are available through Face in a Book.
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