Book Signing November 30

Acworth Bookstore will host a book signing SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY  November 30th  from 1 to 5 PM . Roger “Hurricane” Wilson is an electric blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. He has also worked as a music educator, radio DJ, music journalist and broadcaster. In addition, he is an advisory board member of the Georgia Music Industry Association, and an International Blues Challenge. He has released over a dozen albums and a book entitled “Hurricane”. Roger will have the book and CDs available – perfect Christmas presents!

Book Signing Sept 14

Acworth Bookstore will host a book signing with David and Marie Trawinski on Saturday Sept 14 from 1 – 5 pm.  “Ever Blooms the Rose” is a historical fiction set in  Cartersville during the Civil War and Reconstruction. The novel tells the story of two Confederate soldiers, Clay and Willet, who are wounded at the Battle of Chickamauga. They struggle to survive the war and its aftermath in their devastated hometown. Please join us on Saturday Sept 14.

Acworth Classic Car Cruise and Book Signing

On Saturday October 26th, the city will host a Classic Car Cruise from  4 – 9 PM on Main Street in Downtown Acworth.  Acworth Bookstore will be open during this event.

We will also host a book signing by William Patrick Dean. Patrick has written two books: “Ultra-Large Aircraft 1940-1970” and “The ATL-98 Carvair”.

Book Signing August 10

Acworth Bookstore will host a book signing SATURDAY August 10th from 1 to 5 PM . Todd Defeo is the author of Western and Atlantic Railroad, an Arcadia publication. The State of Georgia chartered the Western & Atlantic Railroad in 1836. The railroad aided in the development and growth of many communities between Atlanta and Chattanooga TN. During the Civil War, both armies used this vital artery, and it was the setting for one of the war’s most iconic events, the Great Locomotive Chase. The state still owns the Western & Atlantic and has leased it since 1870. Todd highlights the line’s essential role in North Georgia and in being the backbone of the region’s industry. As Atlanta ponders its transportation future, it is important to remember that without the Western & Atlantic, Atlanta would not be the city it is today.

Special Sale & Book Signing

Acworth Bookstore will host a book signing SATURDAY June 8th from 1 to 5 PM . Wayne Vansant brings history alive with graphic novels. Wayne began his writing and illustration career in 1986 with Marvel Comics’ “Savage Tales” and “The ‘Nam.”   Most of Wayne’s titles will be available for signing.

AND Donna Davis Estate Sales will have a Large Gold Silver Coin and Sports Memorabilia Sale on Friday 6/7 and Saturday 6/8 from 10AM to 5 PM each day.

 Major Coin Sale gold silver as well as Sports Memorabilia Collectibles •Exceptional investment opportunity •Five Coin American 10 Year Anniversary Set Ungraded, •American Eagle Coins •Best modern sets •Stone Mountain Halves •Loose Coins  •Sports memorabilia including Muhammad Ali authentic signed boxing gloves •Framed Shadow Box Willie Mays The Catch, Great presentation piece •Michael Jordan art print autographed.

Please note if parking not available in front, there is plenty of parking behind the store at City Hall.

Please note cash only for coins. Armed policeman will be present during the sale.

May Book Signings

BB Prescott will be signing his novel “AURONA” on SATURDAY May 11th from 1 to 5 PM. After a boy and his grandfather discover an alien outpost in the jungles of New Guinea, Aurona’s great puzzle unfolds. AURONA is stunningly visual, rich with detailed illustrations and a quickly developing, suspenseful storyline. A technological feast, it feeds the universal human quest for the New and Different. It’s a guaranteed clean read for all ages, full of action and adventure! Rebecca Marsh will be signing her book “When the Storm Ends” on SATURDAY May 18th from 1 to 5 PM. Beth became a child psychologist so she could help children who are broken and hurting, but Erin, the fifteen-year-old who killed her father, is different- she’s sure that something terrible was done to this girl. The clock is ticking toward Erin’s trial, and Beth is out of options. In revealing the truth about Erin, a connection between them will shake Beth to the core

Book Signing April 20

Tom Long will be signing “This Guitar Can Talk: Untold Musical Stories from the jungle of Vietnam to 16th Avenue in Nashville Tenn” on SATURDAY April 20th from 1 to 3 PM. Tom Long, music industry professional from Atlanta and 30 years in Nashville music publishing, bought a guitar after returning from Vietnam in 1968, which has been with him on an incredible music journey from Atlanta to Music City USA! Over 200 well known artists and writers have etched their signatures in this cherished friend, a Yamaha FG-180 guitar. The stories and photos with each signing over the years will reveal many untold stories we want to share with you in this book. But let the guitar do the talking, because “This Guitar Can Talk!”

Art Fest & Book Signings

Acworth Bookstore will host two book signings SATURDAY April 6th from 1 to 5 PM during the Acworth Art Fest. Wayne Vansant brings history alive with graphic novels. Wayne began his writing and illustration career in 1986 with Marvel Comics’ “Savage Tales” and “The ‘Nam.” His current project is a Russian Front trilogy entitled “Katusha: Girl Soldier of the Patriotic War”. Most of Wayne’s titles will be available for signing. Dennis Klein will be signing “Normandy, 75 Years Later”. This is a photographic journey of modern day Normandy and the historical remnants left from World War II. And we will also host Mike Roshaven of BeeHaven, our local ‘honey man’. Mike will give lectures on bee keeping and honey throughout the day. The Acworth Art Fest takes place in Historic Downtown Acworth on Saturday April 6 from 10 am-6 pm and on Sunday April 7 from 10 am -5 pm.