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Hollie Overton is a TV writer, producer and author, Hollie will discuss how she juggles writing and being a new mom to triplet baby girls. Her book, The Runaway, is a gripping thriller about the search of a teenage runaway who sends her foster mother on a dangerous journey through Los Angeles’ criminal underworld
Joani Elliott is traveling from the mountains of Utah to share her debut about what happens when the world’s greatest literary icon dies before she finishes the final book in her best selling series. And what happens when she leaves that book in the hands of her unstable, neurotic daughter who swears she’s not a real writer?
Each year the FOTL Programs & Special Events team provides a diverse slate of events including Author Luncheons, Virtual Author Talks, a Valentine's Tea, field trips, cultural outings and the Annual Wassail Party for our Members and other special events throughout the year.
Join our fun and enthusiastic Programs team to help plan all of our events! Behind the scenes opportunities for the computer and social media saavy to day of event set up and execution with our Hospitality team. Contact us to learn more about these exciting volunteer positions!
New York Times bestselling historical novelist Lauren Willig unearths buried records of the Smith Relief Unit, a group of young women from Smith College who gave up safety and affluence to risk their lives working as humanitarians in France at the height of World War I in this sweeping novel based on a true story—a skillful blend of Call the Midwife and The Alice Network—
Registration Begins September 9th
Grant Justice is the riveting story of Grant Cooper, a real life Perry Mason in his day, with movie star good looks to go along with a brilliant legal mind. Robert Fegers takes you from the roots of Cooper's family, including a backwoods shootout over a moonshine still, to the dramatic culmination of this career as he fought to spare Robert Kennedy's assassin from the gas chamber.