Baseball, Architecture, Middle East Conflict, Manners and the Sherpa Life at One More Page Books
09/30/2011

Local, independent bookstore in Arlington, VA, announces its event lineup for October 2011

Online PR News – 30-September-2011 – – Arlington, VA – One More Page Books, an independent, neighborhood-oriented bookstore, announces a full event program for October 2011. All events are open to the public and free of charge.

On Monday, October 3, at 6 pm, local mystery writer Ellen Crosby appears with Fresh Air book critic and professor Maureen Corrigan at the Copley Formal Lounge in Copley Hall at Georgetown University.

One More Page Books hosts a baseball night on Thursday, October 6, at 7 pm. Authors Tim Wendel, Tim Gay, and Frank Ceresi make up an author panel to discuss and sign their books.

Five local authors will feature their books at a Local Authors Open House on Sunday, October 9, from 2 -4 pm.

Carolyn Parkhurst, author of "The Nobodies Album," visits One More Page Books on Wednesday, October 12, at 7 pm to discuss and sign her book which blends a mystery, family divisions and an author’s changing perspective.

A wine tasting event, Unique Varietals, will be held at the store on Friday, October 14 at 7 pm. Several wines will be sampled.

On Saturday, October 15 at 2 pm, author Rebecca Coleman visits the bookstore to talk about and sign her psychological drama, "Kingdom of Childhood."

On Wednesday, October 19, at 6:30 pm, One More Page Books hosts Design for Arlington - A Night of Ideas. Local architects Paola Lugli and Paola Amodeo of P2 - PaolaSquare International Design Studio lead a discussion of where Arlington architecture is heading. Paola Lugli also displays her jewelry designs.

David R. Stokes, author of "The Shooting Salvationist," appears on Thursday, October 20, at 7 pm to discuss and sign his true chronicle of a murder trial during the Jazz Age.

On Saturday, October 22, at 3 pm, author Ying-Ying Chang discusses and signs "The Woman Who Could Not Forget," her moving tribute to her daughter, acclaimed author Iris Chang of "The Rape of Nanking." This event is presented in cooperation with the North American Chinese Writers Association, U.S. Capital Chapter (NACWA), and the Washington Chinese Literary Society (WCLS).

Washington, DC residents and Middle East correspondents Jennifer Griffin and Greg Myre discuss and sign their account of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, "This Burning Land," on Sunday, October 23, at 4pm.

On Wednesday, October 26, at 7 pm, author, blogger and book reviewer Bethanne Patrick chats about her new book, "An Uncommon History of Common Courtesy: How Manners Shaped the World."

Caryl Sherpa, author of "I taste fire, earth, rain: elements of a life with a Sherpa," comes to the store on Thursday, October 27, at 7 pm for a discussion and book-signing.

The One More Page Book Club meets on Tuesday, October 4 to discuss "Domestic Violets" by Matthew Norman. On Tuesday, October 18 at 7 pm, the Mystery/Suspense Book Club chats about "The Club Dumas" by Arturo Pérez-Reverte.

About One More Page
One More Page is located at 2200 North Westmoreland Street in Arlington, VA, and carries more than 6,000 quality titles for adults and children, wine, chocolates, greeting cards and featured art products by local artists. Operating hours are from 10 am – 8 pm on Monday through Saturday and from 12 noon – 5 pm on Sunday. More information can be found on the store’s website, www.onemorepagebooks.com.