Category Archives: One More Page Books

TSS: Matthew Norman at One More Page

Last Thursday, Matthew Norman, author of Domestic Violets, paid yet another visit to my local indie bookstore, One More Page Books.  This was Matt’s second visit; he stopped by the store before his book published to speak to a group of local bloggers & book lovers. My boys joined me for the event, they played […]

TSS: One More Page Books Really Knows How to Throw A Party!

Last Tuesday, One More Page Books welcomed Rebecca Rasmussen, author of The Bird Sisters, for a reading and signing. The weather was quite atrocious: we were in the midst of a thunderstorm. As always, I arrived early as to avoid traffic. My boys & husband (who was celebrating his birthday that day) joined me for […]

A Week of Wondrous Activities at One More Page Books & More!

As you know, I pretty much spend all my free time at One More Page Books & More. With the activities planned this week, I’m contemplating camping out in the parking garage.  Store-owner Eileen has joked about bunk beds in the back room and I tend to think that’s a great idea. This week is […]

Review: Pictures of You by Caroline Leavitt

Paperback: 336 pages Publisher: Algonquin Books (January 25, 2011) ISBN-10: 1565126319 Source: Publisher One foggy night, two women both running from unhappy marriages, are quite literally brought together when their cars collide.  April, mother of Sam, a severely asthmatic boy, is killed instantly.  Sam escapes the accident by running into the nearby forest.  While Isabelle is […]

Brad Parks Visits One More Page Books!

 Last night, patrons of One More Page Books  in Arlington, VA were blessed with the presence of Brad Parks, crime fiction writer extraordinare! Brad Parks’ debut, Faces of the Gone, won the Nero Award for Best American Mystery and the Shamus Award for Best First Mystery. In doing so, Parks became the first author in […]

The Event You Cannot Miss! Brad Parks Visits One More Page Books!

Tomorrow night, from 7-8:30 PM, One More Page Books will be hosting a visit by Brad Parks, esteemed crime fiction author! I’m currently listening to Brad’s debut novel, Faces of the Gone.  I love how his sense of humor makes an appearance via the main character.  Fans of crime fiction & suspense, you can’t afford […]