Yesterday the fun continued with the Englewood Library event. Once again, wonderful support from the library volunteers and staff.
I'm sharing some of the pictures taken. Unfortunately with my cell phone so the quality isn't the greatest!
|The Four Amigos!!|
Some of the ladies I met and enjoyed the time spent with them!
Met the delightful Eleanor Hubbard. Her book on Trans-kin is a collection of stories about families, friends, significant others and allies supporting the trans-gender persons they love. Very interesting!
Enjoyed the amazing Ellen L. Hughes. Love the title of her book. Snakebit isn't about the slitherers as you may think, but instead discusses some of the attorneys out there who don't bring honor to their http://www.amazon.com/Snakebit-Hire-Fire-Work-Attorneys/dp/1479135488/ref=la_B004T9VQP6_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1367247395&sr=1-1
profession and how to protect yourself from them.
Elsa K. Hummel's book, Home at Last caught my attention. Two German sisters during World War II and how their paths differ after the war. Yep, with my German ancestry from my father's side this is on my TBR list. http://www.amazon.com/Home-at-Last-A-Novel/dp/147009570X
And here's a few individual pictures of my Amigos & myself with our books.
|Lizzie T. Leaf|