Friday, July 3, 2009

Houston Writers | Reshonda Tate Billingsley

Reshonda Tate Billingsley photo

Houston writers are showing up at the Central library to talk about their new works. We'll be watching this popular Houston book event to let you know when your favorite local author is scheduled to appear.

This month's author meet and greets and summer reads are not the only things we will talk about. We'll discover some of the books that Houston's reading. I'll share some conversations about who's reading what. It's always good to know whats going on with other book readers.

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I'm working on the publishing schedule for the next quarter and I want to hear from some of you to make sure this blog has you, the reader in mind.

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Well, enough blog-keeping let's look at what's happening in the Houston book world.

Reshonda Tate Billingsley Blog Tour

deveil is alie cover

Houston author Reshonda Tate Billingsley stops by the central Library this month to chat about her latest book The Devil Is A Lie

Mrs. Tate-Billingsley has been a busy busy lady lately. ReShonda has won numerous awards for her journalism, fiction and poetry writing skills. She is a five-time winner of the National Association of Black Journalists Spirit in the Words competition. Before I forget to mention it, The Devil Is A Lie was listed as a Summer Reads by Ebony Magazine.

Her latest Christian fiction book is one of 16 other books by the prolific author, who Houstonians should remember from Fox 26 News.

In addition to the library stop. ReShonda is part of the Tywebbin virtual blog tour from in July.

Publishers Weekly describes her new novel as a "fast moving, hilarious, slapstick. In it Billingsley main character ponders how doing the right thing gets her in trouble—and yet, somehow, love (and God) provides. "

Amazon Review put this way....

"Nina (the lead character) discerns the real wealth in her heart, not just her bank account -- or risk losing everything -- to find out what matters the most."

The Houston library book events aren't billed as author books signings, so I guess it's more of a meet and greet. Everyone who enjoys Christian fiction should come out to learn what's next for her and other interesting facts about ReShonda one of the best selling Houston writers. Sphere: Related Content

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