Come out with your friends to any/all events! May 16, 2012
Wed, May 16, 7 pm
Meredith Goldstein - The Singles
Get ready to laugh with your friends when advice columnist and entertainment reporter for The Boston Globe Meredith Goldstein discusses her new book, The Singles.
"Back in her single days - before she met the man of her dreams - Beth "Bee" Evans hated being forced to attend weddings solo. Determined to spare her friends the same humiliation, she invites everyone on her list with a guest. Much to her chagrin, however, Hannah, Vicki, Rob, Joe, and Nancy insist upon attending Bee's lavish Chesapeake Bay nuptials alone. The frustrated bride dubs them the "The Singles" and their collective decision wreaks unintended havoc on her otherwise perfectly planned wedding weekend."
Thurs, May 17, 6:30 pm
St. Charles Haiti Committee Fundraiser
Join us for the St. Charles Haiti Committee Fundraiser, featuring a wine and chocolate tasting followed by a discussion of activities supporting the community of Cavaillon in southern Haiti.
Sample wine and fair trade chocolate while learning about Haiti and the work being done in Cavaillon. A portion of the evening's proceeds will be donated to the St. Charles Haiti Committee to aid development in Cavaillon and surrounding communities. Click here for details.
Sun, May 20, noon - 2 pm
Calling All Mystery Lovers!
Join us for a party to celebrate the release of This Job is Murder, the 5th installment of the award-winning Chesapeake Crimes anthologies. This anthology features short stories by a number of our favorite Sisters in Crime mystery writers.
Twelve of the 14 authors whose works appear in the anthology are expected to attend: Donna Andrews, David Autry, Jill Breslau, Karen Cantwell, Leone Ciporin, E.B. Davis, Barb Goffman, Smita Harish Jain, C. Ellett Logan, Shari Randall, Harriette Sackler, and Cathy Wiley.
This event will take place in the WestLee Party room.
Are you interested...
in a book group for 7-9 year olds? If so, email us. Also, let us know what time would be good time to meet.
Upcoming Events and Author Visits
Tues, May 22, 7 pm: Spiritual/Philosphy Book Club discusses Just One Thing: Developing A Buddha Brain One Simple Practice at a Time
Wed, May 23, 7 pm: Garrett Peck discusses books, The Potomac River: A History and Guide and Prohibition in Washington, DC: How Dry We Weren't
Thurs, May 24, 7 pm: Just in time for the 40th anniversary of the Watergate break-in, Max Holland shares from Leak: Why Mark Felt Became Deep Throat.
Mon, May 28, 4:30: No Kids Book Group due to Memorial Day holiday
Wed, May 30, 6:30: Join us for our Educator Appreciation Evening - Click here for details!
Thurs, May 31, 7 pm: Ken Budd discusses The Voluntourist: A Six-Country Tale of Love, Loss, Fatherhood, Fate, and Singing Bon Jovi in Bethlehem. See the side bar for more info about Ken's book.
Sun, June 3 at 3 pm: Amanda Hodgkinson discusses her novel, 22 Britannia Road, a heartbreaking novel about wartime secrets
Thurs, June 7 at 7 pm: Join us for a unique event, The Book as Art, with an artist, Alla Proskuryakova, and author/illustrator and artist, Sallie Lowenstein who have created books that are truly works of art - stay tuned for details!
Fri, June 8 at 11 am: Author Siobhan Fallon joins our Daytime Book Group to discuss her book, You Know when the Men are Gone
Fri, June 8 at noon: Mysterious Women Who Know their Place - Former White House staffer, author Karna Bodman; Agatha Award winner Marcia Talley, journalist Ellen Crosby, and award-winner Donna Andrews deconstruct their mystery-thriller books which all feature D.C., VA and MD locales. Mystery fiction scholar/editor Elizabeth Foxwell moderates. PLEASE NOTE: This event is off-site at the American Women Writers National Museum, 1275 K St NW, Suite 102
Fri, June 8 at 7 pm: Patti Dobrowolski joins us to discuss Drawing Solutions: How Visual Goal Setting Will Change Your Life. See side panel for a link to Patti's TEDx talk.
Sat, June 9 at 6 pm: New York Times Bestselling Author and Screenwriter John Gilstrap invites you to celebrate the publication of his latest thriller, Damage Control at a launch party at One More Page
NEW!!Sun, June 10 from 5-7 pm: Join us for a special event to celebrate the launch of "Team Cul de Sac: Cartoonists Draw the Line at Parkinson's" to honor award-winning cartoonist Richard Thompson. See side panel for details of this event we're so fortunate to host.
Wed, June 13, 7 pm: Daniel Kalla discusses his new book, The Far Side of the Sky
Remember, in addition to street parking, there is limited retail parking available in the WestLee garage while you are shopping at One More Page. Follow the store signs to our back door, ring the buzzer and we'll welcome you in.
We are 6 blocks from the East Falls Church Metro! Go to the right as you exit the Metro station and then go right on 19th Street. As the road curves, the name changes from 19th street to N. Westmoreland Street. Our store is on the left hand side of the street. Click here for directions from the Metro or if you are coming by car.
On Sunday, June 10, from 5 - 7 pm, Terry is taking over the store for a fundraiser celebration to launch the Team Cul de Sac Collection.
Team Cul de Sac: Cartoonists Draw the Line at Parkinson's contains original artwork from cartoonists and illustrators inspired by the comic strip Cul de Sac, including Bill Watterson (Calvin and Hobbes) and Garry Trudeau (Doonesbury). The originals will be sold at an online auction to raise money for Team Cul de Sac, which is part of the Michael J. Fox Foundation.
The Tribute Collection comes out June 5 and we'll have them available at the launch event. Several of the contributors live here in the DC area and will be on hand to sign copies.
Join us for wine and light snacks to celebrate the launch of the book! A portion of the day's sales will go to Team Cul de Sac.
We love Richard Thompson and Cul de Sac - he was one of the first authors to visit our store - he's amazing!More details to follow. Plan to be here - we all will be!
Upcoming Authors in the Media
Meredith Goldstein (The Singles) in NY Times At OMP- Wed, May 16, 7 pm