Local Author to Speak About Her Book at the Public Library on October 1
Charlotte O. Marshall, frequent contributor to the Cumberland Lore section of the Leaf-Chronicle and local author will be speaking about her book, “Mullings and Musings II” in the alcove next to the glass meeting room at the rear of the library at 2:00 pm on Saturday, October 1st, with a book signing afterwards. Mullings and Musings II is a compilation of over ninety essays, each originally written by Charlotte Marshall for the monthly church newsletter published by Trinity Episcopal Church of Clarksville, Tennessee.
The essays, often humorous, collectively tell the story of growing up in rural Tennessee in the 1930s during the Great Depression, the trials and tribulations of marriage and raising children, and growing old with the inevitable loss of dear friends. Mullings and Musings II continues the tradition of story-telling from the original Mullings and Musing (ISBN 0970641702) published in 1997. Charlotte Marshall was born in 1923 at Kirkwood, a rural community in Montgomery County, Tennessee. She graduated from Austin Peay State University. She and her husband, Jack, of 64 years, currently reside outside Clarksville, Tennessee. –from Amazon.com
This event is free and open to the public.
For further information contact:
Martha Hendricks, Interim Director, Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library