Burger’s ‘Salkehatchie’ set for launch March 2
Former Post and Courier columnist Ken Burger will see the third novel in his South Carolina trilogy released March 4.
“Salkehatchie Soup” follows the publication of “Swallow Savannah” and “Sister Santee.”
Evening Post Books and Morris Nissan will host a free book launch and author signing 1-4 p.m. March 2 at the dealership, 1714 Savannah Highway.
“Salkehatchie Soup” will be available March 4 for $26.95 online at www.eveningpost books.com and at www.amazon.com, at The Post and Courier, 134 Columbus St., and at local bookstores.
Bulk sales are available upon request by contacting Evening Post Books at 958-7367.
Mount Pleasant author pens children’s book
Cindy L. Hanson, a Mount Pleasant resident, has published “Be Loved Eagle,” the latest in her “Beloved Bird” children’s book series.
The book, published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, offers whimsical lessons and hidden truths, and readers may recognize some of their own lives in the story of the eagle.
Hanson is a clinical psychologist who specializes in issues concerning children and families.
She now writes books for children of all ages and for those who are “children at heart.”
For information or to purchase the book, visit www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore or go to barnes andnoble.com or amazon.com.
Goose Creek writer has new religious book
Gregory Kinsman Thomas, a Goose Creek resident and military retiree, has published “The Spiritual Universe and American Freedom” in which he addresses evolution, political correctness and sexual norms in the U.S.
This is Thomas’ first book.
It is available at amazon.com.
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