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Author Talks at Bloomsbury Books in November

November 18 @ 7:00 pm

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One event on November 14, 2019 at 7:00pm

One event on November 18, 2019 at 7:00pm

One event on November 21, 2019 at 7:00pm

Monday November 11th 7:00 pm

Fred Grewe author of

Time to Talk About Dying: How Clergy and Chaplains Can Help Senior Adults Prepare for a Good Death

This book gives advice on how to strengthen relationships, find meaning in life and feel comfortable approaching life’s final chapter. It guides clergy and chaplains through how to effectively conduct “Soul Legacy” projects, in which older people reflect on what they want to leave behind for their loved ones and how they want to be remembered after they die.

By focusing on others rather than the self, it provides comfort for loved ones as well as the senior adult, prevents loneliness and negative feelings about ageing, and helps adults gradually become comfortable with the challenges of approaching the end of life.

and Nancy Bonazzoli

with her book of Poetry


These deeply personal and transcendent poems will appeal to all who have ever questioned life deeply through the means of suffering, introspection and transformation. Absolution explores the journey from doubt and pain to acceptance, communion, and growth both in wisdom and in Love. This book includes such necessary themes as pain, illness, dying and death, fear, acceptance, love and prayer, bliss and ecstasy, and provides a refreshing perspective on the relationships between nature, self/other, and The Divine.

Thursday November 14th 7:00 pm

David Oas Author of

Non-Official Cover Confessions

On the Berkeley campus December 2, 1964, the counter culture was born and swept across the nation that left America divided to this day. Historical events cause the separation of three bonded students who hold competing, slow burning opinions on civil rights, racism and poverty, as well as the hot, hot debate over the expansion of American troops in Vietnam. Which is it? Win the war or get out, March for Peace, or join the CIA? Herein lies a story of secrets, love, and war.

Monday November 18th 7:00 pm

Sofia Bogle author of

Book Restoration Unveiled

If your bookshelf is a lifeboat for civilization, what are you saving? More books than ever before are being downsizedout of existence and broken books are the most vulnerable passengers. Book Restoration Unveiled contains never before shared information on the who, what, when, where, and why of book restoration. Through engaging personal stories, illustrations, and interviews, a shadowy topic is illuminated so that all book lovers can find their way.  Join us for a celebration of books old and new! 

Thursday November 21st 7:00 pm

Amira Makansi author of

Literary Libations: What to Drink with What You Read

Want to know what to drink with all your favorite books?

Now book lovers everywhere can raise the perfect toast to Shakespeare, Austen, Kerouac, Woolf, and more. With drink pairing recommendations for nearly 200 classic and contemporary works of fiction, including non-alcoholic pairings for kids and young adult books, Literary Libations is a necessary addition to bookshelves and bar tops everywhere.


November 18
7:00 pm
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