Mississippi Author, Nova York, Presents A Rising Hope to Flowood, MS Book Talk Reading Club
Nova York, another Mississippi writer, was received by the library's reading club, Book Talk, in Flowood, Mississippi, for a presentation of her newly published book, A Rising Hope.
- (1888PressRelease) November 17, 2011 - Mississippi author, Nova York, was received by the reader's club, Book Talk, at the G. Chastaine Flynt Memorial Library in Flowood, Mississippi on November 14, 2011. The beautiful, comfortable environment found in and around the Flowood, Ms library allowed Nova to enjoy presenting her newly published novel, A Rising Hope, to those in attendance.
The novel is being made available at the Flowood, Ms library for the convenience of patrons to read by borrowing the book. They may also read while relaxing in any of the convenient sitting areas provided by the library.
Two librarians, Beth Simmons and Antoinette Giamalva, provided a tour through the library's facilities for Nova and her editor, Dorothy Allen. It was obvious that patrons of the Flowood Library enjoy a large, clean, comfortable place to investigate reading material. It appears, also, that the Flowood Library is one of highest functioning sites within the state. It exhibits the ability to meet most anyone's need for information.
Those in attendance for the "Book Talk" took advantage of the opportunity to speak, one-on-one, with the author, Nova York. Interest was expressed as to how and why the book was written. Nova attempted, also, to provide some insight into the publishing process.
The book, itself, is catagorized as Christian fiction. Nova prepares her presentations with a focus on her belief that we are used by God in the fulfillment of His ultimate plan for mankind. Spiritual guidance is all important for the fictional characters that come to life within her story-lines.
Questions were asked about scheduling presentations for other community and civic groups. Nova assured those present that public speaking was enjoyable for her and that anyone who wished to schedule an event, should leave their request at 601-823-4110. They should receive a response within 24 hours. Those wishing to purchase the book for their home library can get it at http://amzn.to/pfVMqa