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A. Scott HendersonGin and GardeniasA. Scott Henderson

A. Scott Henderson is the William J. Kenan Jr. Professor of Education at Furman University. Born and raised in West Palm Beach, Florida, he is the author/editor of four non-fiction books. His poems have previously appeared in Chelsea Station Magazin and Smartish Pace. Scott has lived in Greenville, South Carolina, since 1995.

Gin and Gardenias (FPS, paperback, 9/29/15, $12.95)

Gin and Gardenias is a powerful verse memoir about the social, political, and spiritual challenges of forging a male gay identity in the South.

"Gin and Gardenias is a remarkable book that chronicles what Adrienne Rich has called 'the damage that was done / and the treasures that prevail.' Scott Hendersonís verse memoir of growing up gay in the South, of finding and losing his beloved partner, and of embracing his own identity will touch your heart and mind in equal measure. He has prevailed with candor, with tears, with hard-earned laughter, and with verbal and spiritual grace." -Gil Allen, member of the South Carolina Academy of Authors and winner of the 2007 Robert Penn Warren Prize in Poetry

"Each of these poems tells a powerful story. Taken together, they form a moving memoir of the struggle to find oneís true self amid the byways and folkways of the American South. Scott Henderson writes honestly and authentically, with phrases and images beautifully honed and pitch-perfect. Best of all, he hides nothing from the reader, a gracious gift that is entirely rewarding." -Paulette Alden, author and winner of a 2013 Best Indie Book Award for The Answer to Your Question

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Sue Lile InmanYear of the Snake: 1989Sue Lile Inman

Sue Lile Inman has taught English at Clemson and Furman universities, and has published prose and poetry in regional magazines and literary journals. A founding member of Emrys Foundation, she served as the Emrys Journal's first editor and is a past president of its board. Her published books include poetry -- Voice Lessons (1998) and Miriam in the Wilderness (2005), and nonfiction -- Growing in Faith: A History of Westminster Presbyterian Churc, 1947-2007. Since 1963, Sue and her husband Sam have made their home in Greenville, SC, and have four adult children and four grandchildren. Year of the Snake: 1989 is her first novel.

Year of the Snake: 1989 (FPS, paperback, 6/23/15, $19.99)

The year 1989 brings upheaval, betrayal, and change to David Archer, minister of Harmony Presbyterian Church. He, his friends, family, and his nemesis -- Deborah Baker, the new associate minister -- struggle to find their rightful places despite their flaws and failings.

Set in Upstate South Carolina before the days of the Internet, smart phones, and tablets, Year of the Snake: 1989 takes place in a time of transition and transformation -- where a New South is emerging, but under the kudzu, the heart of the old still beats.

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Jeffrey LefkoMorrie & DorothyJeffrey Lefko

Jeffrey J. Lefko has combined a professional healthcare management career with an avocation for writing children's stories for his nine grandchildren. Two of those stories have already been shared with other children in book form: Solomon Squirrel's Amazing Chanukah Adventure and Solomon Squirrel's Amazing Washington, D.C. Adventure. All of Jeff's stories offer a special message, but Morrie & Dorothy is particularly special to him, as the main characters are a tribute to his parents, who, during their lives together, demonstrated an unending and selfless devotion to each other. Jeff lives and works in Greenville, SC.

Morrie & Dorothy (FPS, paperback, 1/5/16, $12.95)

From the day they were born, best friends Morrie and Dorothy have done everything together. But when they try out for a job after school, it looks like that's going to change...

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Sandy WellsYou Did WHAT?Sandy Wells

Sandy Wells was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, and spent many summers in Jacksonville, Indian Rocks, and Lakeland, Florida, with his aunt and grandparents. After college and the Navy, he entered the business world as a salesman. He moved to Greenville in 1975 with his wife and daughters, to work with an industrial equipment distributor. During his 39-year career, Sandy was in sales, management, and design. He is now retired and enjoys visiting his two married daughters and three grandchildren. Sandy began writing humorous and memorable stories about his family after his mother died. You Did WHAT? will leave fond memories for his children and grandchildren to enjoy about their family.

You Did WHAT? (FPS, paperback, 12/15/15, $12.95)

From the preface: "After my mother's death in 2000, a friend suggested that I write about my parents and family. Beck had heard and enjoyed many of their stories and thought other people would enjoy them as well. The best thing about undertaking this project is that I have enjoyed reminiscing about my family and the good times we had. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed living them."

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Brian WoolfThe Speaker's ToolboxBrian Woolf

Brian Woolf is a speechaholic. He loves listening to speeches, thinking about them; and he loves reading and studying them -- their makeup, their message, their "music" -- to discover their magic. It wasn't always so. In High School he avoided entering the annual speech contests as if they were Zika mosquitos. While at University he "bombed" with a speech at a major black-tie dinner. At 22, in his first job, he knew he needed speaking help. Toastmasters clubs were just being introduced to his native New Zealand. He joined. He learned. He gained speaking confidence Ö enough to subsequently use the skills learned to graduate with Distinction from the Harvard Business School with its two-year program of dialog-based case studies. In later years, he has spoken extensively, including at conference on five continents. Toastmasters plays a key part in his life. Brian has been an active member in clubs in New Zealand, Ireland, and six States in the USA. He has won seven District (State) Speech Contests -- and lost many more (which is when intensive learning occurs!). In 2003, he was one of the nine finalists in Toastmasters World Championship of Public Speaking. Mastering communication skills helped him not just at Toastmasters but also in the business world and as an author, where the art of simple, clear communication guided his writing of three marketing books. In this book Brian shares many of the lessons he wished he had learned decades ago with the hope that it will speed up your speaking journey.

The Speaker's Toolbox: 47 Tools to Build Better Speeches (FPS, paperback, 7/12/16, $20.00)

Have you ever wondered why audiencesí minds wander? And how to change that? Do you know the three essential elements of a successful speech? And how to build your speeches around them? This book answers these questions and shows you how to build better speeches and become a better speaker. Drawing from a wide range of speaking techniques or "tools" -- from Openings to Closings, Twists to Humor, Details to Exaggeration, Senses to Surprise, and from Pauses to Props -- the author shows us how to develop a clear message, how to connect better with our audience, and how to help them remember what we say. Each tool, listed in alphabetical order for quick reference, is clearly explained and generously supported by actual examples. Eleven world-class speeches, demonstrating how different combinations of tools create compelling speeches, anchor this unique book. Its purpose is to help newer speakers learn better, faster -- and its extensive collection of ideas-generating material makes it valuable to more experiences speakers, too. It is a guidebook every speaker will keep nearby.

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