This is a discussion of a woman, an ordinary woman who participates in the everyday and commonplace acts of life. As she re-views (reminiscences) about her present, past, and future. This collaboration of, and interdependence between the visual and the verbal, forms an autoethnography of a woman’s life and explores a still developing, still evolving selfhood.
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Veteran's Day & Letters Reading/Signing B&N Encino,CA
Veteran's Day 11/11/2008 Linda Rader Overman read
from her award winning novel, Letters Between Us,
to a large crowd of attendees.
Introduced by Kristine Williams, Community Relations Manager,
who Linda had been talking to for the better part of a year
about creating such an event, Kristine and her staff
were very accommodating and had enough
faith in this first time novelist to ink in the event.
Thank you to all my dear friends, colleagues, and
family who bought the book, asked wonderful
questions, laughed, and really made me feel loved,
proud, and also humbled by the overwhelming
show of support.
The good thing is although Linda was very nervous,
the crowd enjoyed the performance and many books sold, and isn't that the point!
Thank you to B&N Encino and Kristine Williams for believing in Letters Between Us and Linda.