Authors at Third Place Books this week

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

This week on the book tour circuit we have three authors talking about spiritual healing for the divisions of society and self; a couple of supernatural themes, and a thriller.

Third Place Books, Town Center Lake Forest Park, intersection of Bothell and Ballinger Way NE.


Tuesday, October 1 at 7pm
Steven Greenebaum

One Family: Indivisible

In the U.S. and around the world, humanity seems to be coming apart. We divide ourselves by race, by gender, by ethnicity, and by our spiritual differences. While the author’s spiritual journey looks at all of these divisions, One Family: Indivisible particularly addresses how we might come together to celebrate our spiritual diversity rather than fear it. Founder of the Living Interfaith Church, Reverend Steven Greenebaum holds Masters Degrees in Mythology, Music, and Pastoral Studies.

Wednesday, October 2 at 7pm
Annick Smith and Susan O’Connor

Hearth: A Global Conversation on Identity, Community, and Place

A hearth is many things: a place for solitude; a source of identity; something we make and share with others; a history of ourselves and our homes. It is, in short, the perfect metaphor for what we seek in these complex and contradictory times. Featuring original contributions from some of our most cherished voices, Hearth suggests that empathy and storytelling hold the power to unite us when we have wandered alone for too long.

Thursday, October 3 at 7pm
Alice Hoffman

The World That We Knew

In 1941, during humanity's darkest hour, three unforgettable young women must act with courage and love to survive, in this brand-new novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The Dovekeepers and The Marriage of Opposites Alice Hoffman. Tickets are required; Pre-Order a copy of The World That We Knew at thirdplacebooks.com to receive two tickets to this event.

Friday, October 4 at 6pm
Spencer Ellsworth

The Great Faerie Strike

A revolution in Faerie! Ridley Enterprises has brought industry to the Otherworld, churning out magical goods for profit. But when they fire Charles the gnome, well, they've gone too far. And against a gnome's respectable nature, he takes to the streets, fighting for workers' rights. The Otherworld's first investigative reporter, Jane, is looking for a story. Jane and Charles team up to unite the workers and bring the Ridleys to justice. Can they bring change to Faerie or will dark powers consume both worlds?

Saturday, October 5 at 6pm
Paul Levy

The Quantum Revelation: A Radical Synthesis of Science and Spirituality

Paul Levy contemplates the mind-blowing revelations emerging from quantum physics, such as how we are participating—via our consciousness—in creating our experience of a reality that quantum theory itself describes as “dreamlike.” This presentation is for anyone who is interested in waking up and dreaming lucidly, be it in our night dreams or our waking life. A pioneer in the field of spiritual emergence, Paul Levy is a wounded healer in private practice.

Sunday, October 6 at 6pm
Michael Niemann
No Right Way: A Valentin Vermeulen Thriller

It is 2015. The refugee stream from Syria into Turkey is unprecedented. Valentin Vermeulen, investigator for the United Nations Office of Internal Oversight Services, is sent to check that the money sent to alleviate the crisis is spent for the intended purposes. He soon finds out none of the refugees have received any aid. As his investigation leads to the discovery of fraud perpetrated by the local mafia, Vermeulen faces his toughest challenge yet.



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