Book Events, November 

Unless otherwise indicated, event is a reading and/or book signing. Call the location for details. To list your event in the calendar, contact Lindsey Millar at “Books,” Arkansas Times, P.O. Box 34010, Little Rock, AR 72203 or by phone (501) 375-2985, fax (501) 375-3623 or email: lindsey@arktimes.com.

1 “Read with the Rep” book discussion of “Breakfast at Tiffany's” by Truman Capote 7 p.m. Club Mezz in the Arkansas Repertory Theatre.

2-4 FOCAL book sale of deeply discounted books. ML.

3 Grider Thrasher (“Risky Faith”), Louise Murphy Gearin (“Separate Paths”), Louise Fritz (“Living with Big Dogs”) 1 p.m. TBIB.

3 Caroline Stanley (“Jewelry Savvy: What Every Jewelry Wearer Should Know”) 4-6:30 p.m. Stanley Jewelers, 3422 JFK Blvd., NLR. 753-1081.

4 Open mic. 4 p.m. SM.

6 P. Allen Smith (a preview of “P. Allen Smith's Living in the Garden Home”) 10 a.m. Chenal Country Club. $40. Tickets available at Tipton and Hurst on Cantrell and the Garden Place in the Market Place Shopping Center. 663-1557.

7 O'Susanna Concert Series featuring The Cantrells. 7 p.m. $10. TBIB.

8 Chanda A. Bell (“Elf on the Shelf”) 6-8 p.m. The Crown Shop, 10700 Rodney Parham. 227-8442.

8 Gen. Wesley Clark (“A Time to Lead”) 5-7 p.m. WW.

9 Steve Whisnant (“Domino”) 4-5 p.m. WW.

10 Raydine Trees Nehring (“A Wedding to Die For”) 3-5 p.m. SM.

10 Richard Mason (“The Red Scarf”) 11 a.m.-1 p.m. WW.

10 Deborah Potter (“Let Buster Lead”) 3-4 p.m. WW.

12 Ken Wells (“Catfish Mountain”) 6:30 p.m. TBIB.

17 Breanna Cone “Murder at the Oasis” 2-4 p.m. SM.

17 Mark DeYmaz (“Building a Healthy Multi-Cultural Church: Mandate, Commitments, and a Divine Congregation”) 2-4 p.m. PA.

18 Open mic. 4 p.m. SM.

17 Patricia McKissack (“The All-I'll-Ever-Want Christmas Doll”) 2 p.m. TBIB.

20 WordsWorth book club discusses “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho. 7 p.m. WW.

24 Stephanie Wilson-Coleman (“Embracing Life's Lessons: Journey to Inner Peace and Tranquility”) 2-4 p.m. PA.

27 That Book Group of Cookie's discusses “Brief History of the Dead” by Kevin Brockmeier. 7 p.m. TBIB.

Area bookstores and libraries:

BAM: Books-A-Million, 2747 Lakewood Village Drive, NLR, 771-7581

BN-LR: Barnes & Noble-Chenal, 11500 Financial Centre Parkway, 954-7648

BN-NLR: Barnes & Noble-North Little Rock, 4000 E. McCain Blvd., 771-1124

LB: Lorenzen & Co. Booksellers, 7509 Cantrell Road, 663-8811

ML: Main Library, 100 Rock Street, 918-3000

PA: Pyramid Art, Books and Custom Framing, Museum Center, 500 E. Markham St., Suite 110, 372-5824

RMBG: River Market Books and Gifts, Cox Creative Center, 120 Commerce St., 918-3093

SM: Sleuths Mystery Bookstore, 2915 W. Markham St., 603-9676

TBMP: That Bookstore at Mountebanq Place, 1107 Oak St., Conway, 888-287-7791

TBIB: That Bookstore in Blytheville, 316 W. Main St., Blytheville, 870-763-3333

WW: WordsWorth Books & Co., 5920 R St., 663-9198


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