Literary Notes

Literary Notes

March 22, 2014 

Some authors visiting Triangle bookstores this week:

Flyleaf Books, 752 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Chapel Hill:

Sunday at 2 p.m.: Raleigh Mann, “Jumping With Mixed Feelings.”

Monday at 7 p.m.: Daniel Jones, “Love Illuminated.”

Tuesday at 7 p.m.: Michael Parker, “All I Have in This World.”

Saturday at 2 p.m.: Natalie Goldberg, “Living Color: Painting, Writing, and the Bones of Seeing.”

Info: 919-942-7373 or flyleafbooks.com

Quail Ridge Books & Music, 3522 Wade Ave., Raleigh:

Sunday at 3 p.m.: Harlan Coben, “Missing You.”

Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.: Bart D. Ehrman, “How Jesus Became God: From Good Teacher to Divine Savior.”

Thursday at 7:30 p.m.: Kim Church, “Byrd.”

Friday at 7:30 p.m.: Meg Wolitzer, “The Interestings.”

Info: 919-828-1588 or quailridgebooks.com

Regulator Bookshop, 720 Ninth St., Durham:

Monday at noon: Graham Nash, “Wild Tales: A Rock and Roll Life.”

Wednesday at 7 p.m.: Andrea Weigl, “Pickles & Preserves.”

Wednesday at 7 p.m.: Krista Bremer, “My Accidental Jihad.” Note: This event is at the Center for Documentary Studies, 1317 W. Pettigrew St., Durham.

Thursday at 7 p.m.: David Sibley, “The Sibley Guide to Birds.”

Friday at 7 p.m.: Natalie Goldberg, “Living Color: Painting, Writing, and the Bones of Seeing.”

Info: 919-286-2700 or regulatorbookshop.com

McIntyre’s Books, Fearrington Village Center near Pittsboro:

Saturday at 11 a.m.: Bart D. Ehrman, “How Jesus Became God: From Good Teacher to Divine Savior.”

Info: 919-542-3030 or fearrington.com/village/mcintyres.asp

Barnes & Noble, 760 S.E. Maynard St., Cary:

Tuesday at 7 p.m.: Andrea Weigl, “Pickles & Preserves.”

Info: 919-467-3866 or barnesandnoble.com

Barnes & Noble, 5400 New Hope Commons, Durham:

Friday at 7:30 p.m.: Joan Connelly, “The Parthenon Enigma.”

Info: 919-489-3012 or barnesandnoble.com

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