Author John David Harwood Book Signing Event
WHEN: 2013-09-20, 2013-09-21, 2013-10-04, 2013-10-05, 2013-11-01 & 2013-11-02
TIME: 10:00 am
WHERE: Broadway Square Mall, 4601 S Broadway Ave, Tyler, TX 75703
WHAT: Harwood, a resident of Tyler, TX, will be available to sign copies of his book, Leap of Faith.
By taking a leap of faith, we are brought into a new light that entitles us to the key that opens the door to the kingdom of God. This kingdom may not be understood or perceived by the world without Jesus Christ. It is the job of each individual in the world to seek out the truth of the deep underlying reality. It is our job to overcome the world, just as Jesus did in His first coming. Do you believe that He lives? Do you know that God never breaks a promise? By careful analysis of the battle that we currently face in the world, we are able to paint a perfect picture of the world as God sees it. Studying history and seeking to find Jesus blesses us with the gift of faith. For there is no question that God foretold all of what was to come. My question to the world is how might one recognize Jesus if He were here today? Also, how will Jesus come to rapture His church as discussed in the final book of the Bible, the Revelation to John? Does anyone care to know, and is it too late?
Author Robert Stevens Book Signing Event
TIME: 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: Barnes & Noble, 4916 S Broadway Ave, Tyler, TX
WHAT: Stevens, a resident of Ben Wheeler, TX, will be available to sign copies of his book, Master Robert.
Life is unpredictable. Like a hurricane that descends without warning wreaking havoc, destroying fields and property, an event over which we have no control will dramatically affect our lives. Amos and Amelia, surrogate children of Robert Stafford, a wealthy planter from Cumberland Island, Georgia, grow from youth into adulthood during the Civil War. Master Robert is eccentric. He has northern sympathies yet lives in the South, marries his mulatto slave, sires six children, and creates a “peculiar” society. His slaves have more freedom than any plantation in the South. The precipitous events of the war threaten his plantation and life. Amos and Amelia witness the evacuation of Fernandina, the largest naval invasion in history, the burning of Master Robert’s cotton shed, carry a message to a blockade runner, celebrate Jonkonnu, a slave holiday, and grieve at their mother’s funeral. Master Robert captures the life and spirit of plantation life during the Civil War. It is also a microcosm of our country’s history.