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Written by Rona Weaver, sponsored by the Arkansas Central Library System, will read and sign copies of his novel Sacred Duty at 5:30 pm Monday at the Adolphin Fletcher Terry Library, 2015 Napa Valley Drive, Little Rock. It is a sequel to her debut pure crime novel, A Noble Calling, about Win Tyler, a rookie FBI special agent stationed in Yellowstone National Park. The third book in the series is in preparation.
WordsWorth Books will provide copies of both books for purchase; reserve copies at wordworthbookstore.com or call (501) 663-9198. For more information about the event call (501) 228-0129 or email [email protected]
Weaver is a retired swamp and farmland appraiser who spent 35 years in the agricultural real estate industry and founded a program for at-risk children in Arkansas. She is a graduate of the University of Arkansas, a Sunday school teacher, and an avid gardener.
Wednesday at 6:00 pm at the Clinton Presidential Center, 1200 President Clinton Avenue, Little Rock, Pride month panel discussion with the participation of Rev. Frederick A. Davy, Senior Strategic Advisor to the President of the United Theological Seminary; Father James Martin, Jesuit priest, editor-in-chief of America: The Jesuit Review of Faith & Culture and Vatican communications consultant for the Dicastery; and Sarah Wilke, director of global communications for the Apprenticeship Institute. They will discuss the responses of their religious communities to questions regarding human sexuality. Frank Lockwood, religion editor for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, will be the moderator. Free admission. Sign up at tinyurl.com/354xj7jz.
This is part of the Clinton Center’s distinguished Frank and Kula Kumpuri Lecture Series. Other sponsors include the Clinton Foundation, the Clinton School of Public Service at the University of Arkansas, and AT&T.