Friday, November 27, 2015

It's the Bad Quaker Christmas and Book Release Party!

It's the Bad Quaker Christmas and Book Release Party!
December 13 from 3-5 pm
Ploughshares Farm
6960 E. Hendricks County Rd
Mooresville, IN

It's the official launch of my latest book -- Life Lessons from a Bad Quaker! So we want to celebrate. And what better way than to have a Christmas open house with food prepared by Nancy (y'all know how she is with food!). The house will be decorated as only she can, we'll sing bad carols ("I'm Dreaming of a Bad Quaker Christmas"?) maybe, visit with really cool people, eat great food and enjoy some wonderful beverages.

And, if you're looking for a little silence in the season of not-so-silent nights, you can stay Quaker worship "Fellowship of Friends" style at 6:30.

Oh, yes, and you'll be able to buy copies of Life Lessons from a Bad Quaker (and others of my books) for the low, low "Somebody Brent Knows" price of $14. That's $3 off the retail price. But wait! There's more. As part of this tremendous holiday offering, all author autographs are absolutely free!
You can buy individual copies for that special friend -- or a train car load (at special train car load rates) to give one to everybody you've ever met!

It's the perfect time to buy that imperfect Christmas gift!

If you can't make it and would still like a book, just sent me an email with the quantity you want (and any inscriptions). I'll give you a call back, get your credit card information, and ship you a book. Email orders are $16, but that includes shipping.

Seriously, though, we do hope you'll be able to come and celebrate with us. RSVPs are appreciated.

RSVP to or 317-242-9269.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Signing Books: @IndianaHistory

A week from Saturday I'll be at the Indiana Historical Society's Holiday Author Fair. I'ts December 5, from 12 to 4 pm! 

The Author Fair has something for everyone on your shopping list – and for you, too! More than 70 Indiana authors besides me pack Eli Lilly Hall at the History Center every year for a fun-filled day of mixing, mingling and book signing. I'll have Finding God in the Verbs and ... hopefully ... Life Lessons from a Bad Quaker there!

Meet The New York Times bestseller James Alexander Thom, who has a new book out. You can also look forward to favorites Philip Gulley, Helen Frost, Jim Madison and Dan Carpenter.

This year's books range in topics from youth historical fiction and biographies to sports and politics, with a lot of Indiana history. You'll find a wide variety of fiction, nonfiction and children's titles.

Free admission includes the Indiana Experience and Festival of Trees.