|Ann Robbins Phillips, Author||
Due to scheduling conflicts, the signing at the Lawrence County Library in Lawrenceburg, Tn is being rescheduled to November 17 from 10 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. I hope this does not inconvenience anyone. It would mean a lot to me to see family and friends there. Visiting with my schoolmates from Loretto High (AND Leoma Elementary) would be an added bonus. Come by and say HI.
Tomorrow (Saturday), I will be in North Carolina, again in Jackson County. This time for another HOOPER reunion. I can hardly wait to meet these distant cousins and share a meal with them.
I then hurry back on Saturday and will be speaking to a group at the Daisy Church on "Leaving a Legacy". RUSH< RUSH. But FUN FUN.
I will tell you more about this later as plans are completed, but it looks as though I will be speaking and signing books in McMinnville, Tn, in historic downtown, at the Highland Rim Music and Art. The speaking section, if chosen, will be on taking those wonderful stories you have heard when doing your genealogy to story form, either for family enjoyment or a book....making them either totally fact, or if you are writing fiction, how to use them in your book. I love to have question and answer time at the end. Many of you are from that area, and I would love to see you there. You can come only for the signing if the lecture part is not your cup of tea.
Hendersonville, TN...a signing is coming your way in the near future. Hope to see every one!!!!
As most of you know, Sam is retiring from pastoring churches at the end of this month. This will give us more time for promoting my book and traveling. I have mixed emotions. I will miss this life that I have lived for about 40 years, but we are ready to reinvent ourselves....him in some other type of ministry perhaps and me taking my writing forward to new areas.
Speaking of writing....the book is moving along. I joined a group here in Chattanooga called the Southern Belle Lettres last night. They appear to be a great group, and I am excited about getting to know them and learn about the stories they write.
See you soon, I hope.
Ann Phillips, Tennessee native with roots in North Carolina, mother of 5, grandmother of 15 and loving life..