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Meet the Authors; Saturday, July 18th!

Thank you to everyone who came out to the sidewalk sale last weekend. It was a lot of fun! We have another fun event this weekend so make sure to stop by!

We are so excited to have two authors come and launch their new books this Saturday, July 18th from 3:00 – 6:00 pm.

The Haunting of Springett Hall by Emily B. Wheeler

Eighteen-year-old Lucy doesn’t know how she became a ghost, but the more she remembers of her life in Victorian England, the more she wants to forget. Her only hope of changing the mistakes of her past is to enlist the help of a servant named Philip – the one living person who can see her. This impossible romance story is filled with delightful period detail and plenty of mystery.

Ian Quicksilver: The Warrior’s Return by Alyson Peterson

Nerdy foster kid Ian just found out it’s up to him to save the galaxy. But the only way he can do it is with help from the hottest girl in school, Arianna who doesn’t remember that she and Ian are exiles from another planet- or that they are betrothed. So . . . that’s awkward. Funny and full of twists, this is one sci-fi adventure you won’t want to miss!

There will be cake, giveaways, readings, and more! So make sure you stop by, meet the authors, and get to know some great books. For questions, call (435) 752-3055.

The 2015 Downtown Logan Sidewalk Sale Authors and Artists

The annual Logan Sidewalk Sale is this weekend July 9th-11th during regular store hours.

Every year at the annual Downtown Logan Sidewalk Sale, we invite local authors to come and sign their books and this year we are bringing in an artist to come share his artwork in our store. It  is going to be fantastic, and we’re excited to announce these authors and artists will be with us this Thursday, July 9th from 4:30-7:30 pm and this Saturday, July 11th from 12:30-4:30 pm


Thursday, July 9th               

Paul Parkinson will be coming to sign his popular new release Unselfish. “A beautiful collection that illustrates one of the best common grounds upon which we all can stand: care for each other.” — Joel Hunter.

Seth Sorensen, a Utah native, will be signing his book A Utah Story. From dinosaurs to Olympic medals, Utah’s story is action-packed and full of adventure. This fascinating book brings Utah history to life. Whether you’re an active Utahn or you’re just passing through, you’ll love reading about the unique stories, events, and people that shaped Utah into the great state it is today.

Steve Hegji, experienced hiker and wildflower enthusiast, has scaled mountain heights to bring you a priceless collection of over 200 different flowers indigenous to the Wasatch Region.  He will be here to sign his book, Wasatch Wildflowers, an indispensable guide to recognizing the simple beauties all around you; sometimes even in your own backyard

Steve Mackley will be here to show one of his paintings, Valley Treasure. This wonderful piece of artwork will bring the blessings of Cache Valley into your home or business all year long.


Saturday, July 11th

Doug Mottenen from River Heights will be signing his book If Barns Could Talk: Stories of Utah Barns, a great book featuring stories and beautiful photographs of historic Utah barns, including three barns from here in Cache Valley!

Ken Godfrey will be signing his book Logan, UT: A 150 Year History. For more than 150 years Logan has not only been the largest city in Cache Valley, but also the county seat of Cache County, Utah.  There are 454 pages of informative information about the history of Logan, City in this book. This book will refresh your memory, and you will enjoy the stroll down memory lane!

The 2015 Downtown Logan Sidewalk Sale is Next Weekend!

It’s that time of year again! The annual Downtown Logan Sidewalk Sale is next weekend July 9th- 11th during regular store hours!

Make sure to especially stop by Thursday, July 9th from 4:30-7:30 pm and Saturday, July 11th from 12:30-4:30 pm for a couple author signings during the sidewalk sale event! To read more about which authors will be here at what times, stay tuned for another post all about it.

The Sidewalk Sale: July 9, 10, & 11 from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm. Swing by to see what all the stores in Downtown have to offer. For more information go to www.logandowntown.org.

Hope to see you there! 

Thank You!

All of us here at the Book Table would like to say thank you to all the authors and performers that made the month of May a splendid time!

Author Signing this Saturday May 16!

The last book signing we will be holding here at the Book Table for the month of May will be on May 16th from 3:00-6:00 pm. We are so excited to have these authors here with us. Make sure you mark your calendars! There may be drawings for great giveaways. 🙂 These books are 10% off during the time of the signing.  

The Tulip Resistance by Lynne Allen

Pulled into a war she doesn’t understand, Marieka Cordoven is just a Dutch girl who wouldn’t dare resist the Germans. But helping a wounded German soldier- a defector- changes her mind about everything. This tense historical drama delves into the intricacies of the Dutch resistance, its grit to defy orders, and its plan to do what is right.

Understanding Self Worth by Karen Eddington

 Get clear answers to your biggest self-worth questions. Discover what it really means to say, I know who I am. Create your own Identity Grid. Let go of perfectionism and learn to be real. Find out The Pivotal Eight elements we base our worth on. Learn the most important skill you can develop to find peace. Decode the emotional roller coaster. Understand the unconditional nature of self-worth. And know the difference between self-worth and self-esteem.

Today I Live by Karen Eddington

This book takes a humorous look at a girl’s journey to self acceptance and shares a guide to inner peace. Women, no matter their life stage will be able to find resources and make reflective connections with their own life. Once you have read it, you become empowered to make a difference in the life of another. PASS IT ON!

The Seers Trilogy by Heather Frost

SEERS – For Kate Bennet, surviving the car wreck that killed her parents means big changes and even bigger problems. As she begins to see auras and invisible people, Kate must learn to trust Patrick O’Donnell, a handsome Guardian, or risk her life being overrun with Demons. She soon realizes that both she and her heart are in big-time trouble.

 DEMONS – Kate’s life is far from normal. She can see Auras, her boyfriend is immortal, and her powers make her a target. But now that the Demon Lord is hunting her, things are about to go from dangerous to truly deadly. Packed with action, mind-blowing plot twists, and characters you can’t get enough of, this is a fast-paced, heart-pounding read from cover to cover.

GUARDIANS – A vision of Kate’s death causes Patrick to intensify his duties as Guardian. The Demon Lord is especially relentless now that Kate is the only Seer to ever escape his grasp. When Patrick discovers that Kate is the key to defeating their greatest enemy, he must choose between sacrificing the girl he loves or letting the Demon Lord win. You won’t be able to put this final installment in the Seers trilogy down.

Plus, Julie Ni Hewkin will be selling her two CD’s Above the Misty Fall and Walking on Dewy Grass

  

You won’t want to miss this! For questions, call (435) 752-3055.

Book Signing May 12th

The next book signing will be on Tuesday, May 12th from 6:00-8:00 PM here at the Book Table.  We have a lot of fun authors coming this day so make sure to mark your calendars!  These books are 10% off during the time of the signing.  

Bridges of the Heart                                                                                                         Haunts Haven                                                                                                                     Chocolate Roses and                                                                                                       Star Prophecy by Joan Sowards 

Powerful Perennials by Nedra Secrist                                                                               Coincidence by Danette Hansen                                                                                                      Space Gum by Danette Hansen

A Family Reunion Cookbook                                                                                                  Fill Your Day with Hope and                                                                                                             Simple Things by Lori Nawyn      

  Peachy and Pear Aficianado by Lori Nawyn                                                        Love, Hugs, and Hope by Christy Monson and Lori Nawyn

        

Family Talk                                                                                                          Texting Through Time: A Trek with Brigham Young                                 Texting Through Time: John Taylor & the Mystery Puzzle                                     and Becoming Free by Christy Monson

Book Signing Party May 9th

The next book signing for the month of May is going to be a party! Come to the Book Table May 9th from 2:00-4:00 PM for a big book signing!  Many authors will be there to tell you all about their books and to sign your personal copy. Plus, there will be food! Mark your calendars!  These books are 10% off during the time of the signing.  

Poaching Daisies                                                                                                                Question of Trust, and                                                                                                    False Pretenses by Carole Warburton

      

Heavy Metal by Randy Willie                                                                                        Goodnight Goes Riding by Rod Miller                                                                         Rawhide Robinson Rides the Range by Rod Miller

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Truth Is Relative by J. J. Lyon                                                                                                    Country Tied by Robyn Buttars                                                                                                      Heart Tied by Robyn Buttars

      

Gabriel’s Daughters and                                                                                                      Don’t You Marry the Mormon Boys by Janet Kay Jensen

Plus, the Sassafras Blue Grass Band will be performing!

Jessica Day George Book Signing

This year, May is book signing month at the Book Table! We have so many great authors coming in to tell all about their books and to sign your personal copy! All titles are 10% off during the time of the signing.

First author of the month is Jessica Day George! We are so excited for her to come in for a book signing this Tuesday, May 5th from 4:30-6:30 PM! You don’t want to miss this! Author of: Tuesdays in the Castle; Wednesdays in the Tower; Thursdays with the Crown; Princess of the Silver Woods; Princess of Glass; Princess of the Midnight Ball; Dragon Spear; Dragon Flight; and Dragon Slippers.

Tuesdays in the Castle

Every Tuesday Castle Glower takes on a life of its own-magically inventing, moving, and even completely getting rid of some of its rooms. Good thing Princess Celie takes the time to map out these never-ending changes. Because when the castle is ambushed and Celie’s parents and oldest brother go missing, it’s up to Celie to protect their home and save their kingdom. A great new series that readers will devour!

 Princess of the Midnight Ball

Rose is one of twelve princesses forced to dance through the night in an underground palace. The key to breaking the spell lies in magic knitting needles, an invisibility cloak, and—of course—true love. Inspired by “The Twelve Dancing Princesses,”this novel is as captivating as it is fresh. Enchanted readers are sure to clamor for the new companion, Princess of Glass, also publishing this season.

Book Signing this Wednesday December 10!

Melanie Mason, author of The Line That Divides will be signing her book on Wednesday, December 10 from 5-7 pm.

About the book: With boundaries clearly drawn by the horror of World War II, Austrian teenager Marianne Leichtner doesn’t think about love. Returning from Germany, where she was forced to attend school as a linguist, she settles back into life in the countryside.

The_line_that_dividesThe crash of an American B-17 bomber in the hills behind her family’s home changes everything. Shortly following the accident, Marianne discovers Charlie and Sam, the only surviving crewmen from the plan, hiding in the barn. She decides to help them and is thrust into a world of danger and secrets. An unlikely friendship forms, and then the Nazis arrive. After a week of hiding the young men, Marianne is attacked by Lieutenant Herske, a Nazi officer, and is rescued by Charlie. She helps the Americans escape, but assumed the worst when she learns two Americans were killed trying to cross the border.

As she pieces together her broken heart, Marianne decides the only way she can defy the Nazis is to join the Austrian resistance. To cross that line means discovering who she really is and what she is willing to do. Because of Charlie, she is willing to take the chance.

When the war ends it seems impossible to return to normal life. But a miracle occurs, saving Marianne one more time.

Melanie Mason 2About the author: MELANIE MASON has told stories all her life and finds her passion in writing. She graduated from Utah State University with a degree in communications. She won first place in the Beginning of Book Contest for Young Adult Fiction at the American Night Writers Association 2014 conference, and she is the editor of ANWA’s monthly newsletter. Melanie has published several articles and stories that are featured on HubPages.com. She lives in Portland, Oregon, where the beauty of the Pacific Northwest feeds her imagination.

Another Book Signing this SATURDAY

C.R. Willie will be with us on Saturday August 9 from 5:00-7:30 pm signing his book Heavy Metal.

About the book: Deep in the bowels of the Samaria Mountains, Jack Crampton labors in search of the “mother lode” He knew he was getting close when the last blaster had revealed evidence of lead and silver, and an enormous deposit of a grayish, chalky mineral. This worthless mineral Jack had discovered turns out to be the catalyst to a heart-pounding thriller that leads from the legend of the “Iron Door” through the disaster of the Bay of Pigs, to the brink of nuclear war at the Cuban Missile Crisis. Burt Jones, retired air force officer, leads the way in a race against time to control this “heavy metal” which will decide U.S. military might, or subjection to Soviet domination. HEAVY METAL draws from a local legend amid rumors about Jesse James and the Wild West in uncovering a secret that could change the course of history. The prologue sets the stage for this historical fiction novel, which causes the reader to wonder about a much different world than the one that exists today, had this tale turned out differently. Who will end up with the map to the “Iron Door” and who will be left to regret its loss? Possession means military might; its loss means subjection to the Kremlin.

About the author: C.R. (Randy) Willie grew up in the West with the freedom that comes with life in small town America. Always intrigued by a local legend of an “Iron Door” that concealed a hidden treasure, he explored in the shadows of the Samaria Mountains where the treasure was supposed to be and where this story begins. With a bachelor’s degree from Utah State University, and master degrees from Idaho State University and the University of Idaho, Randy teaches secondary English and history. Along with teaching, he also coaches high school sports and owns a private driver’s education school. Randy lives in Idaho with his wife, Lois. They have four children and eight grandchildren.