Creator signings, new e book releases
Susan Beckham Zurenda talks about her upcoming book “Bells for Eli,” 10 a.m. to Tuesday afternoon at The Literary Guild of St. Simons Island’s Meet the Author event at Casino, 550 Beachview Drive, St. Simons Island, Ga. Free for members, $ 10 for guests. Registration with masks required – at least 50.
Michael Ray FitzGerald introduces “Jacksonville and the Roots of Southern Rock,” 2-4 pm Wednesday, Story and Song Bookstore, 1430 Park Ave., Fernandina Beach.
David Bulit discusses and publishes his book “Abandoned Jacksonville: Remnants of the River City,” 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, San Marco Books and More, 1971 San Marco Blvd.
Kenneth Timmerman discusses his political interests “The Election Heist,” 9-11 a.m., The Book Loft, 214 Center St., Fernandina Beach.
Abigail Wildes discusses and writes “Tea and Death,” the most beautiful, sweet poetry to Halloween, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, San Marco Books and More, 1971 San Marco Blvd.
Mandy Haynes discusses “Sharp as a Snake Tooth: Eve and Other Stories,” noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, The Book Loft, 214 Center St., Fernandina Beach.
• Children’s author Melissa Hurt launches “I’m a Forest: The Joy of Yoga,” 4:30 pm Tuesday, check out The Bookmark’s Facebook page for more information.
• Former US cinema Connie Mack discusses their novels “Citizen Mack: Politics of Calling Honor,” by former Gov. Jeb Bush, 6-7 pm Thursday, check out the Facebook and Song Bookstore Facebook page for more information.
• Children’s writer Matthew Burgess announces “The Bear and the Moon” 4:30 pm Saturday, check out The Bookmark’s Facebook page for more information.
• Talk Time with Ms. Dearsha, 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Saturday, News and Music Facebook Live.
Now Coming Out
• “100 Things to Do in Jacksonville Before You Die” by Jacksonville Beach author Amy West.
• “Garbage Pail Kids, Welcome to Smellville,” intermediate entertainment from RL Stine.
• “War Party,” a comic book by Jacksonville author Justin Murphy, the first in a series of six episodes entitled “The Last of the Mohicans” meets “The Howling.”
• “A Time of Mercy,” a new Jake Brigance from John Grisham, Tuesday.
Send more bookmarks to [email protected] (don’t forget 1). Announcements should be made seven days before the Sabbath. Events are open to everyone as soon as they say so and they always change.