Order a SIGNED COPY of A Certain Kind of Starlight by Heather Webber.
The Snail on the Wall is pleased to bring you a SPECIAL OFFER for Heather Webber's latest novel set in Alabama. The author is personally signing copies just for The Snail on the Wall, since our Alabama bookstore loves to support Heather's Alabama novels.
To order: add the book below to your cart, and type "signed copy" in comments at checkout. If you'd like signed copies of any of her other books below, preorder them at the same time.
This offer is available only through Huntsville's independent bookstore, The Snail on the Wall, in partnership with Tor/Forge Books.
About A Certain Kind of Starlight:
Everyone knows that Addie Fullbright can't keep a secret. Yet, twelve years ago, as her best friend lay dying, she entrusted Addie with the biggest secret of all. One so shattering that Addie felt she had to leave her hometown of Starlight, Alabama, to keep from revealing a devastating truth to someone she cares for deeply. Now she's living a lonely life, keeping everyone at a distance, not only to protect the secret but also her heart from the pain of losing someone else. But when her beloved aunt, the woman who helped raise her, gets a shocking diagnosis and asks her to come back to Starlight to help run the family bakery, Addie knows it's finally time to go home again. Tessa Jane Wingrove-Fullbright feels like she's failing. She's always been able to see the lighter side of life but lately darkness has descended. Her world is suddenly in shambles after a painful breakup, her favorite aunt's unexpected health troubles, and because crushing expectations from the Wingrove side of her family are forcing her to keep secrets and make painful choices. When she's called back to Starlight to help her aunt, she's barely holding herself together and fears she'll never find her way back to who she used to be.
About Heather Webber:
HEATHER WEBBER is the national bestselling author of more than thirty novels--including Midnight at the Blackbird Cafe, the Lucy Valentine novels, and the Nina Quinn Mysteries--and has been twice nominated for an Agatha Award. She loves to spend time with her family, read, drink too much coffee and tea, birdwatch, crochet, watch cooking competition and home improvement shows, crochet, and bake. Heather lives in southwestern Ohio and is hard at work on her next book.