Join us in Fellowship Hall for a night with two authors from Broomfield United Methodist Church who will present readings from their respective books and answer questions about their work.
The Jawbone of a Carnivore: Praying the Pathway to Peace by Billy Still
Billy Still’s book is a memoir filled with interesting stories and thoughtful reflections upon his experiences and what he learned from them.
Against All Tides: The Untold Story of the USS Kitty Hawk Race Riot by Marv Truhe
Marv Truhe’s book documents the true story of a race riot and its aftermath, highlighting racial injustices which took place, as well as the courtroom dramas which unfolded in the aftermath. Marv was the JAG defense attorney in the trials. This book has the potential to get significant attention when it is released. More information can be found at www.marvtruhe.com.
At the reading, each author will provide an overview of his book and then share one or two readings to give a flavor of their work. Afterwards, both authors will answer questions. All interested adults and students are welcome to attend this interesting session! Questions? Contact Thomas Cross at 720-880-5221.