For two counties in central Indiana the Autumn 2017 “One Great Read” book selection is Edward Kelsey Moore’s first Supremes novel, The Supremes At Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat! One Great Read is an annual program of Tippecanoe County and White County in Indiana, a one-city-one-book type of program to expand community and promote literacy using a mix of book discussion sessions, scholarly lectures on the book or related topics, a visit by the author, exhibits, and other related arts programming. The Supremes at Earl’s has previously been chosen for similar community programs in the suburbs of Chicago (ComingTogether) and in seven counties of NW Indiana (Books To Bridge the Region). One Great Read in September and October 2017 will include more than a dozen events inspired by, or discussing the themes in The Supremes at Earl’s. Most of the activities will be in Monticello, IN, and Lafayette, or West Lafayette, IN, the home of Purdue University. Edward Kelsey Moore will present a reading of his work at the Tippecanoe County Library’s Downtown branch on Saturday, October 21st at 2pm. Participants in One Great Read will be pleased to discover that they can enjoy more adventures of Odette, Clarice and Barbara Jean in the recently published follow-up novel, The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartache Blues, available in hardcover, e-book and audiobook.
Click here -- for more One Great Read program details and additional information about each event.
Stop by Wikipedia to learn about Community Read programs like “One Great Read” and find resources to start a similar program where you live -- click here!
OGR schedule grid courtesy of the Wabash Area Lifetime Learning Association.
A few weeks ago Edward Kelsey Moore’s new novel, The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartache Blues, received a ★starred review from Library Journal (a trade publication for librarians) and now Publishers Weekly magazine has given the book another coveted ★review! Here is a section from it: “Moore returns to Plainview, Ind., to tell further delightful tales of the Supremes. His characters...living and dead, come together to make a wonderful whole.”
— Publishers Weekly
Our favorite heroines are gathering literary stars... This is very exciting!
Publishers Weekly (PW) is an American trade news magazine familiarly known in the literary world as "the bible of the book business." It is a weekly magazine focused on the international book publishing business which has published continuously since 1872. Decades ago PW instituted the starred review, a first in the industry, to indicate books of exceptional merit.
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Recently BookPage.com reviewed Edward Kelsey Moore’s new novel, The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartache Blues. (Click on the book's title to read their review.) They also asked him to recommend three of his all-time favorite novels -- one of them won the National Book Award some years ago, and the other two are funny. This long holiday weekend is perfect to make some time for reading... Use the "Click Here" button to see the short article and discover which books Edward recommends!
A new, short essay by Edward Kelsey Moore has been posted by Shelf-Awareness (a website which produces an online newsletter for booklovers twice each week, and provides book trade professionals a separate weekday newsletter with daily industry enlightenment). The new E.K.M. essay is titled, The Cello, the Writing, the Circus and there is also a review posted on the Shelf-Awareness site of his new novel, The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartache Blues.
For the essay click HERE, for the book review click HERE!
This evening (Tuesday) at 6:30pm Edward Kelsey Moore will be LIVE near Atlanta reading from his new novel and conversing with the audience at FoxTale Book Shoppe in Woodstock, GA.
On Thursday evening he will be in scenic Petoskey, MI at 6pm discussing his novel at the charming McLean & Eakin Booksellers store.
Both events are FREE and open to the public! See more details on these appearances -- by clicking here!
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