Jacqueline Holland will celebrate and introduce her Debut Hardcover Novel ~ The God of Endings

EVENT OVERVIEW:  Jacqueline Holland will be In Conversation with Giselle Liza Anatol, Professor at University of Kansas, about Jacqueline's Debut Hardcover Novel The God of Endings on Monday, March 13, 2023, at 7:00 PM. A RAVE review in The Kansas City Star for The God of Endings!

ABOUT THE NEW BOOK:  By turns suspenseful and enchanting, this breathtaking 1st Novel weaves a story of love, family, history, and myth as seen through the eyes of one immortal woman.

Collette LeSange is a lonely artist who heads an elite fine arts school for children in upstate New York.  Her youthful beauty masks the dark truth of her life: she has endured centuries of turmoil and heartache in the wake of her grandfather’s long-ago decision to make her immortal like himself.  Now in 1984, Collette finds her life upended by the arrival of a gifted child from a troubled home, the return of a stalking presence from her past, and her own mysteriously growing hunger.

Combining brilliant prose with breathtaking suspense, Jacqueline Holland's The God of Endings serves as a larger exploration of the human condition in all its complexity, asking us the most fundamental question: is life in this world a gift or a curse?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:  Jacqueline Holland holds an MFA from the University of Kansas.  Her work has appeared in Hotel Amerika and Big Fiction magazine, among others.  She lives in the Twin Cities with her husband and 2 sons.  The God of Endings is her Debut Hardcover Novel.

ABOUT THE MODERATOR: Giselle Liza Anatol (Professor, University of Kansas) specializes in Caribbean and African diaspora literature and multicultural works for young readers. She has edited three collections of essays on popular fantasy series: Reading Harry Potter (2003), the follow-up Reading Harry Potter Again (2009), and Bringing Light to Twilight: Perspectives on the Pop Culture Phenomenon (2011). She also authored The Things That Fly in the Night: Female Vampires in Literature of the Circum-Caribbean and African Diaspora (2015), which explores the skin-shedding, bloodsucking soucouyant figure of Trinidadian folklore, and contemporary incarnations of Black female vampires in fiction. Anatol currently serves as Director at the Gunn Center for the Study of SF (https://sfcenter.ku.edu/) and the interim director of KU's Hall Center for the Humanities.

EVENT DATE & TIME:  Monday, March 13, 2023, at 7:00 PM

EVENT LOCATION:  Rainy Day Books in The Fairway Shops, 2706 W 53rd Street, Fairway, Kansas 66205

ADMISSION PACKAGE:  $29.99 plus Kansas Sales Tax includes 1 Hardcover of The God of Endings1 Admission Reservation, and 1 Guest Admission Reservation (if needed).  It's your choice, for the same Price.  Seating is limited to 40 patrons.

EVENT FORMAT:  Jacqueline Holland will introduce her Debut Hardcover Novel The God of Endings In Conversation with Giselle Liza Anatol.  The Presentation and Q&A will last approximately 1 Hour. A Booksigning will follow the Program.

DISCLAIMER:  All Author Event Sales are final and non-refundable.  Kansas Sales Tax is charged on all domestic orders, regardless of destination.  Unless otherwise indicated, Authors will only sign Books purchased from Rainy Day Books accompanied by a Receipt.  Additional signed Books will be available for purchase at our Author Event.

Event date: 
Monday, March 13, 2023 - 7:00pm
Event address: 
Rainy Day Books in The Fairway Shops
2706 W 53rd Street
Fairway, KS 66205
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Admit 2 People with 1 Hardcover of The God of Endings

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Admit 1 Person with 1 Hardcover of The God of Endings

SKU: A9781250856760

1 Author Autographed Hardcover of The God of Endings

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