Category archives for: Books

Aug. 31st: “From Slavery/Segregation to Sustainability Discussion

The 7 p.m., Thursday event, Aug. 31st, is open to the public, at Barnes & Noble Bookstore, 3102 Northline Ave., Greensboro, NC, 27408

Aug. 31st: Mable Scott Discusses FAITH OVER FEAR at Barnes & Noble-Friendly Center

Scott will share highlights of her book, “FAITH OVER FEAR! (Bishop Charles Harrison Mason & the Church of God in Christ).” Born to ex-slaves after the Emancipation Proclamation, in the segregated, rural South, Mason’s life-line was God and The Holy Bible.

Gettin’ There – A Short Story Comedy

See, Joe Bob, he weren’t the smartest feller to begin with. But this here happened to be sumthin’ that sorta sticks in yer head, so to speak.

Eden Resident Publishes First Book

It is a story of hope. It is a story of triumph. It is a story of love.

‘Back Then’

A.H. Shelton is an author from Eden, N.C. She has studied Communications at Kaplan University, making the President’s List with a 4.0 GPA, and is a member of the Walmart Pharmacy team, Eden store. A mother of two grown sons, she is grandmother to six year old Destiny, who is her Sunshine. You can contact her at a.h.shelton1@gmail.com or on Facebook as April Hopkins Shelton.

“To Kill a Mockingbird” Named One County, One Book, Rockingham County Reads! 2015-2016 Book Choice

One County, One Book, Rockingham County Reads is excited to announce Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” as its 2015–2016 book choice.

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