Registration for this event will close on April 2, 2022 @ 11:00am.
There are 2260 seats remaining.
Best-selling author Terry McMillan’s novel, It’s Not All Downhill from Here, focuses on the power of friendship and forgiveness after loss. Join us for a moderated question and answer session with McMillan as she discusses this delightful and uplifting tale. A limited number of FREE copies of It’s Not All Downhill from Here will be given away to the first to register.
Free copies are not guaranteed to every person. Copies must be picked up at our Main Library. Those who are eligible for a book will be contacted at a later date.
One of America’s most beloved and critically-acclaimed authors, Terry McMillan became the empowering voice of a generation of women with her New York Times #1 bestsellers Waiting for Exhale and How Stella Got Her Groove Back. Known for “irreverent, pitch-perfect tales of women’s lives,” McMillan’s seven bestsellers are rich in fearless wisdom, heart-touching characters, and unforgettable stories of friendships, healing, intergenerational bonds, and women saving their own lives. A passionate champion of growing older by looking joyously forward, McMillan boldly rejects the concept of “mid-life crisis.” Instead, she evangelizes that anyone, at any age, can “change lanes” to reinvent themselves, overcome obstacles, get out of ruts and pursue postponed dreams. As a speaker, artist, and woman of hard-won wisdom, McMillan challenges us to tap into our passions, defeat our demons, take care of our whole selves, and never, ever take happiness for granted.
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