Traverse City Record-Eagle

Northern Living

July 28, 2013

Books in Brief: 07/28/2013

Author event

GLEN ARBOR — Cottage Books will host more than 20 local authors who will discuss and sign their books from 2 to 4 p.m., Friday, Aug. 2. The authors include:

- Lois Beardslee — “Lies to Live By”

- Bob Butz — “Uncrowded Place”

- Chris Byron and Tom Wilson — “Vintage Views of the Michigan Pike”

- Tom Campbell — “Fighting Slavery in Chicago”

- Scott Craig — “Stories Next Door”

- Mike Delp — “As If We Were Prey”

- Jack Driscoll — “World of a Few Minutes Ago”

- Hank Feeley — “Painting the Magic of Sleeping Bear Country”

- Laura Gatz — “Beach Devotions”

- Ellie Harold — “7 Habits of Deeply Fulfilled Artists”

- Nancy Kenney — “The Lost Submarine”

- Mardi Link — “Bootstrapper”

- John Mitchell — “Grand Traverse: The Civil War Era”

- Cari Noga — “Piping Plover/Sparrow Migrations”

- Anne-Marie Oomen — “American Map”

- Aaron Stander — “Death in a Summer Colony”

- Kathleen Stocking — “Letters from the Leelanau”

- Richard Trevae — “Leelanau Stories”

- Tom Van Zoeren — “Port Oneida Histories”

- Robert Wangard — “Deceit”

- JoAnne Wilson — “Walks with Maggie”

 

Book reading

NORTHPORT — David L. Roll, a 20-year summer resident of Glen Arbor and author of “The Hopkins Touch: Harry Hopkins and the Forging of the Alliance to Defeat Hitler,” will read from his book at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 31, at Dog Ears Books, 106 Waukazoo St.

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