Read Any Good Books Lately? We Have. National Library Week April 11-15, 2011National Library Week
April 11-15, 2011

Regent University Library will celebrate National Library Week with lively readings and discussions of four great new books by Regent Faculty.

The 12th Annual Faculty Recommends Poster Series will also be on display all week in the Library Lobby. Featuring: Dr. Jenny Sue Flannagan, SoE; Dr. Franco Gandolfi, GLE; Asst. Dean David Hurtado, ComArts; Dr. Mary Manjikian, RSG; Dr. Corren McCoy, RSU; VP Dean Wooten, Finance.

 

Snitch by Booker MattisonIntroducing SNITCH, the New Novel by Booker T. Mattison
Tuesday, April 12th, 6-7:30pm
Library Gallery, Refreshments will be served

Join Professor Mattison, MFA, from the School of Communication and the Arts, as he shares his inspiration, readings, poetry with musical accompaniment, and answers your questions about his positively-reviewed new novel, Snitch. Books will be available for sale and autographs (list price for Snitch: $14.99). A few copies of Booker's previous novel, Unsigned Hype, will also be available (list price $9.99).

"Mattison's host of minor characters are good and bad guys, and all have their backstories and their reasons. Christian elements are an organic part of a story that offers no cheap hope. Mattison (Unsigned Hype) has a superb ear, and his skill keeps on growing." Publishers Weekly

Read the first chapter of Snitch at http://www.bookertmattison.com/books
Publisher's Flyer

Miracles, The Secret Kingdom, and Vampires!? Celebrating New Faculty Publications
Wednesday, April 13th, 1 to 2 pm
Library Gallery, a Free Pizza Lunch will be served

The Vampire DefangedThe Secret Kingdom for EducatorsThe Cambridge Companion to MiraclesJoin four Regent faculty as they discuss and celebrate their new publications. Books will be available for sale and autographs.
(Click on the links for more information and advance reviews of these titles.)