Join us for a Book Signing with southern author Melinda Rainey Thompson, to celebrate the launch of her new book, If I Were the Boss of You: A Southern Woman's Guide to the Sweet Life. This is a 21st-century, bossy woman's take on real life. The event happens to be a perfect way to enjoy "Galentine's Day" (February 13!) with your girlfriends, and the book makes a perfect gift for you and the special women in your life.
We're hosting Melinda for TWO Huntsville events on February 13. Both are free and open to the public. We hope you'll join us at one or both!
Book Signing at
Please Reply Huntsville,
2111 Whitesburg Dr, Huntsville, Alabama 35801
4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Book Signing at
Mint Julep Market,
7540-B Memorial Pkwy SW,
Huntsville, Alabama 35802
6 - 8 p.m.
If you'd like a signed copy of the book (even if you plan to attend), go ahead and message us HERE to reserve your copy. We will have limited stock at these events.
About If I Were the Boss of You:
"Always bet on a smart, older woman. We rarely pick a fight we can't win."
If I Were The Boss of You contains charming reflections, funny observations, and nagging worries we all share about our day-to-day existence. Who we are, what's important to us, and the small choices we make every day determine the course of our lives. Thompson utilizes her own brand of self-deprecating humor to ponder age-old, big-life questions. "A Chromosomal Point of View," "The Fake Eulogy," and "A Smack Down by Jesus" will make you laugh out loud. "Tiny Indignities" will make you cry. "Angels and Aliens" will keep you up in the wee hours wondering what will become of us. No Southern nostalgia, magnolias and moonlight, or voodoo queens here. This is a twenty-first-century, bossy Southern woman's take on real life.
About Melinda Rainey Thompson:
Melinda Rainey Thompson, based in Birmingham, is the best-selling author of SWAG: Southern Women Aging Gracefully, The SWAG Life, I've Had It Up To Here With Teenagers, and I Love You-Now Hush. This Southern writer, humorist, and mother of three has been a staple on the ladies-who-lunch speaking circuit for the past decade. She teaches writing at Birmingham-Southern College, freelances for magazines, and speaks to all manner of gala, conference, fundraiser, luncheon, and dinner attendees around the country. She sees herself as a spokesperson for her people: women, mothers, Southerners, and writers of every genre from grocery lists to Great American Novels.