Monday, November 19, 2012

Book Party for Nadine Justice at Writers Circle

Writers Circle studio was filled with joy, encouragement and congratulations for Nadine Justice, author of I'm a Coal Miner's Daughter, But I Cain't Sang, her memoir on the theme of perseverance and belief in one's self. 
Nadine read a couple of excerpts from the book, answered questions, and talked about how she came to write the book. Friends from her writing group in Georgia as well as friends from her first class with me, at Tri-County Community College, were on hand to honor Nadine on her published book. Several Netwest members came and met the new author.  


Nadine Justice stands beside the cake with the photo cover of her book. It was too pretty to cut, but we finally made the first slice.

Linda Smith, Vicki Dumsford, Ash Rothlein, Liz Rothlein, Maren Mitchell


On left Ash Rothlein and on right, Idell Shook

Cake 


Glenda, Ash and Liz Rothlein, Ginny W

from left, Staci Bell, Linda Smith, Joan Howard and Ginny  Walsh

A very big thank you to Staci and Ginny for all there help, and to Joan Howard.


2 comments:

Bill Griffin said...

Browsing some of the posts I'd missed over the last few weeks -- I really like your approach, but I especially enjoy getting to "meet" your writers. Great circle!
Bill Griffin - http://GriffinPoetry.com

Glenda Beall said...

Thank you, Bill.We appreciate your coming by and leaving a comment. I like to get our writers on the blog and hopefully help them with their books or whatever their writing goals may be.
I'm sure Nadine would be happy to go out and sign her book and give a talk if she is asked.