Brian Schmisek, Ph.D., former Dean of the University of Dallas School of Ministry and Director of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University, returns to Dallas to sign his new book on resurrection, interpreted in light of modern scientific knowledge.
Meet two established young adult authors, Wendy Higgins and Victoria Scott, as they discuss writing teen literature, breaking into publishing, and brainstorming story ideas. Both are published by traditional New York publishers. Join us!
In America's Fiscal Constitution former Houston Mayor Bill White offers an objective and hopeful guide to make sense of the nations current, most severe debt crisis and its impact on their lives and our future. Come get your signed copy!
Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life founder Barb Schmidt joins us to discuss her three-part spiritual discipline called The Practice. The Practice is a toolkit to be used for confidence, less stress and deeper meaning. Come get your signed copy!
We are honored to welcome Craig Johnson, creator of the Longmire book and television series to discuss and sign Any Other Name, Walt's investigation into the alleged suicide of an officer in a neighboring county. Join us to get your signed copy!
Best-selling thriller author Jeffery Deaver joins us to sign and discuss his eleventh 'Lincoln Rhyme' mystery. Rhyme must untangle the web of clues left by a new killer inspired by the Bone Collector before the killer strikes more victims. Meet the author!
Meet federal appellate attorney and former prosecutor Sidney Powell as she signs copies of her new book, Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice, documenting the corruption of justice that has caused her to question the system.
Candy Spelling joins us to share Candy at Last with all-new, dishy stories with friends Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Michael Jackson, Janet Leigh, Dean Martin and Elizabeth Taylor and the not-so-dishy story of her reconciliation with Tori. Join us!
Playing cowboys and Indians as a boy, legendary college football coach Mike Leach always chose to be the Indianthe underdog whose success turned on being a tough, resourceful, ingenious fighter. And the greatest Indian military leader of all was Geronimo, the Apache warrior whose name is so symbolic…
Playing cowboys and Indians as a boy, legendary college football coach Mike Leach always chose to be the Indianthe underdog whose success turned on being a tough, resourceful, ingenious fighter. And the greatest Indian military leader of all was Geronimo, the Apache warrior whose name is so symbolic of courage that World War II paratroopers shouted it as they leaped from airplanes into battle.Told in the style of The 48 Laws of Power, Leachs compelling and inspiring book examines Geronimos leadership approach and the timeless strategies, decisions, and personal qualities that made him a success. Raised in an unforgiving landscape, Geronimo and his band faced enemies better armed, better equipped, and more numerous than they were. But somehow they won victories against all odds, beguiling the United States and Mexican governments and earning the respect and awe of those generals committed to hunting him down. While some believed that Geronimo had supernatural powers, much of his genius can be ascribed to old-fashioned values such as relentless training and preparation, leveraging resources, finding ways to turn defeats into victories, and being faster and more nimble than his enemy. The tactics of Geronimo would be studied and copied by the U.S. military for generations. Drawing on his fascination and love for American Indian lore, Mike Leach explains how the tribes organizational structure helped Geronimo be successful. He chronicles specific battles and shows how Geronimo got the most out of his warriors and outthought his enemies. Leach also captures the mysterious nature of leadership itself.Pain, pride, humility, familymany things shaped Geronimos life. In this remarkable book, Mike Leach illustrates how we too can use the forces and circumstances of our own lives to build true leadership today.
We are honored to welcome Charlaine Harris, bestselling author and creator of Sookie Stackhouse and True Blood, as she discusses and signs Midnight Crossroad, the first in a new trilogy. Join us to discover her new, darker locale — Midnight, TX.
Pulitzer Prizewinning columnist Charles Krauthammer joins us to sign Things That Matter, a collection of his essays covering 30 years of work and reflection on the themes that have captivated our national discourse. Join us to get your copy signed.
Join us as we welcome Texas food legend Dean Fearing. He will discuss and sign The Texas Food Bible: From Legendary Dishes to New Classics, sure to become a timeless resource for traditional and the contemporary recipes from Texas. Ticketed event.