Abigail Adams, Mystery, the Art of De-cluttering and a House Renovation At One More Page

Local independent bookstore in Arlington, VA, hosts more than a dozen author appearances, book club discussions and a wine tasting in March 2012

Online PR News – 23-February-2012 – – Arlington, VA – One More Page Books, an independent, neighborhood-oriented bookstore, announces their event schedule for March 2012.

In partnership with the National Women's History Museum, Dr. Wayne Wiegand, Professor at Florida State University, visits One More Page on Thursday, March 1st at 7 pm to discuss his book "Right Here I See My Own Books: The Woman's Building Library at the World's Columbian Exposition."

On Saturday, March 3rd at 2 pm, One More Page hosts a one-of-a-kind event with Rachel Simon, author of "The Story of Beautiful Girl" and award-winning DC-based actress, Jennifer Mendenhall, who narrated the audiobook version.

On Monday, March 5th at 7 pm, Woody Holton, Professor of History at the University of Richmond, discusses and signs his vivid biography of one of the most charismatic and influential women in America’s founding era, "Abigail Adams."

Michael Downs visits the store on Thursday, March 8th at 7 pm to talk about his new collection of short stories inspired by the 1944 Hartford Circus Fire, "The Greatest Show."

On Saturday, March 10th at 4 pm, Young Adult authors Jessica Spotswood, author of "Born Wicked," and Miranda Kenneally, author of "Catching Jordan," discuss and sign their books.

Louis Bayard chats about his gripping mystery interweaving present-day American and Elizabethan England, "The School of Night," on Thursday, March 15th at 7 pm.

Donna Britt visits One More Page to read from and sign her introspective book, "Brothers (& Me): A Memoir of Loving and Giving," on Friday, March 16 at 7 pm.

On Sunday, March 18th at 2 pm, Marcie Lovett, a professional organizer in the Washington, DC area, talks about her title, "The Clutter Book: When You Can't Let Go."

Award-winning author Brad Parks discusses the latest in his Carter Ross mystery series, "The Girl Next Door," on Thursday, March 22nd at 7 pm.

The Washington Post foreign correspondent Pam Constable, offers insight and analysis from "Playing with Fire: Pakistan at War with Itself," on Friday, March 23th. Wine and snacks will be offered at 6:30 pm and the discussion begins at 7 pm.

On Saturday, March 24th at 3 pm, One More Page hosts a new book release party for local children’s authors Pamela Duncan Edwards, Ann Bonwill, Marty Rhodes Figley, and Jacqueline Jules.

Ron Tanner, author of "From Animal House to Our House," visits One More Page on Sunday, March 25th at 2 pm, to talk about his seemingly impossible renovation of a condemned 1897 Baltimore Victorian row house wrecked by an out-of-control fraternity.

Locally-based author Alma Katsu celebrates the paperback release of her astonishing debut novel, "The Taker," at One More Page on Thursday, March 29th at 7 pm.

On Friday, March 30th at 7 pm, One More Page hosts a wine and chocolate tasting accompanied with music performed by The Jefferson Trio.

The One More Page book club meets on Tuesday, March 6th at 7 pm to discuss "March," by Geraldine Brooks. The Nonfiction book club chats about "Abigail Adams," by Woody Holton on Tuesday, March 13 at 7 pm. On Tuesday, March 20th at 7 pm, the Mystery/Suspense group discusses "The Shadow of the Wind," by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. The Spirituality/Philosophy book group meets on Tuesday, March 27 at 7 pm to talk about "Sabbath: Finding Rest, Renewal, and Delight in Our Busy Lives."

About One More Page Books

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 10 am – 6 pm on Sunday. More information can be found on the store’s website, www.onemorepagebooks.com.