On September 22, 2019, author Delia Owens spoke to an audience of over 600 people at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center, discussing her best-selling novel Where the Crawdads Sing.
Deila spent time signing books for the guests after her presentation.
Delia posed with her new friends at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center.
Special treats were baked for our guest and presented to her upon her arrival.
Roswell Reads promotes reading, literacy and lifelong learning.
Delia takes one last photo before she has to depart.
The Best Cook in the World was Rick's latest book, a cookbook dedicated to his Southern mama.
The Roswell Reads committee was extremely excited that Rick Bragg agreed to be our featured speaker in 2019.
Rick agreed to speak at the luncheon and to lead a Writer's Workshop for many aspiring writers. It was quite a treat.
Rick's health prevented him from traveling to Roswell on the date of the luncheon, so we traveled to Alabama and videotaped his interview. The guests loved seeing him on the big screen!
"How to Write the Story of Your People Without Getting Killed" was the theme of the Writer's workshop,.
Rick is such a talented individual and a genuinely sweet and funny human being. Roswell Reads was so grateful and honored to have him as our featured guest.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King, the steering committee selected a book that would educate the public of the history of this event.
Rebecca Burns was our honored guest author in 2018.
Aspiring writers were delighted to have the opportunity to learn from our featured author.
A delightful luncheon was held at the Roswell Senior Center.
Child of the Civil Rights Movements was the book selected for children to read.
Rebecca Burns stands with her new Roswell Reads friends.