Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Oasis in Maryland -- Baltimore, Rockville... upcoming in Towson!

And, now my book tour reaches my home state of Maryland... at the Barnes & Noble in Rockville, not far from where F. Scott Fitzgerald is buried, on Sunday, April 17, per below photos... at the Power Plant Barnes & Noble on the Baltimore waterfront on Thursday, February 25, per next set of photos... and UPCOMING on Saturday, May 21, 1-3 PM, at the Barnes & Noble in Towson, Maryland, where I will be signing copies of Oasis: Conversion Stories of Hollywood Legends for the public, per below flyer...

And, my visit to Baltimore...

And, upcoming...

Meet the Author
Oasis: Conversion Stories of Hollywood Legends
Saturday, May 21, 1:00-3:00 PM
Barnes & Noble in Towson Circle
1 E Joppa Road, #100, Towson, MD 21286

Author signing "Oasis" at the Burbank
Barnes & Noble on July 15, 2015
In Oasis: Conversion Stories of Hollywood Legends, Mary Claire Kendall writes about an “all-star twelve” from film’s “Golden Age,” including Alfred Hitchcock, Gary Cooper, Bob Hope, Mary Astor, John Wayne, Ann Sothern, Jane Wyman, Susan Hayward, Lana Turner, Betty Hutton, Ann Miller and Patricia Neal. The book uncovers stories of recovery and conversion, with intimate portraits of these all-too-human movie stars. 

Mary Claire Kendall is a Washington-based writer. Among other projects, she is currently working on Oasis II; a book about Hemingway; and a TV show featuring never-before-told stories about some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. She has done numerous radio and TV interviews about “Oasis” including “Morning Answer” on Salem News Network and Boston Herald Drive.”  She was a regular columnist in Forbes (2012-2013) and Breitbart (2014) and has also been published in The Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, New York Daily News, New York Post, The Weekly Standard, Washington Times, Daily Caller, Townhall, FoxNews.com, The American Spectator, Catholic New World and National Catholic Register, among other venues.

For more information, see www.maryclairecinema.com.

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