The Louisville, locally based and oldest, independent bookstore on Frankfort Avenue is hosting several events over the next few weeks that are infused with literary fun for the book lovers in the community.
Saturday, January 11, 4pm, come for a discussion with local author Bobbi Buchanan as she discusses her new book Listen: Essays on Living the Good Life.
Saturday, January 18, 4pm, join in at the event hosted by This I Believe, Inc. which will feature readings by many Kentucky writers and authors.
Tuesday, January 28, 6pm, the Carmichael’s book club will reconvene after their holiday break in December. Book group goers will discuss The Reason I Jump by Naoki Higashida.
Photos courtesy of www.carmichaelsbookstore.com
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