During last Tuesday's Coffee and Critique session, Doyle Suit shared some exciting news about his recent book signing.
Last weekend Doyle returned to his roots in Mount Ida, Arkansas, for a signing and discussion at the Montgomery County Library of his YA novel, Baker Mountain.
Suit's YA novel, Baker Mountain, is a story about Gary Hill, a 17-year-old sent to live with his grandparents in Arkansas' Ouachita Mountains during the Great Depression.
Doyle's Mt. Ida connection and novel resonated with many of the locals who visited the library for his discussion and signing -- because Doyle sold out of books!
In addition to his appearance at the library, Doyle and his book were featured in the September 18 edition of the "Montgomery County News."
Congratulations, Doyle! We're all proud of you and your many accomplishments!
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
|Glen, Les, Bill S., Jane, Lou, Jack, Sarah, Mikey, Donna, Doyle|
Time to fall back into the writing habit.
Fall hasn't officially arrived yet--although you could fool me with last night's beautiful Harvest Moon.
Now that summer is winding down, vacations are over, and the kiddos have returned to school, more members of Coffee and Critique are showing up each week.
Today, a dozen writers showed up despite the lovely weather when they could've been outside.
In addition to the nine writers above (along with Mickey from the Rendezvous Cafe popping in for the photo with the rest of the gang), Alice, Bill, and Charles attended critique but weren't able to stay for lunch.
And, although we only had two readers, we had lots of announcements and news before we began. We also gave thorough critiques to the two brave souls who read. The atmosphere was fun as Lou restrained order by having the guys swap places and sit among the women.
A fun time was had by all!