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Rose Bruno Bailey   Thursday, June 21    5 – 7 PM

Camellia in Snow

Rose Bruno Bailey, born on the Winter Solstice, blossomed into a poet deeply rooted in nature and the human experience. Camellia in Snow, the first anthology of her work, contains poems that reflect her love of nature, alongside intriguing poems with suggestions of mysticism, or a longing for transcendence. Rose also displays occasional flashes of a darker side to her sunny disposition, letting us explore with her the areas that poets sometimes shun, yet which grant all of us admittance to a shared humanity - scared, regretful, emotionally fragile. Rose uses her life experience to share, as only poets can, the deeply personal in a way that makes it truly universal and accessible to us all, crafted with beautiful, emotive, accessible language, and profound, stunning realism.

 
       
   

Francine Page   Saturday, June 23   3 – 5 PM

Logan Thee Forsaken

A modern masterpiece of romantic suspense. Touch the past and hold it for the future. Today, wrapped in the complacent armor of approaching middle age, the infinitesimal pricks of day by day brush one lightly and soon forgotten, but then how a careless word would linger, becoming a fiery stigma.

 
       
    W.F. Strong   Sunday, June 24  2PM



Stories From Texas: Some Of Them Are True
 
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
   

Thomas Fox   Thursday, June 28    5 – 7 PM

The Complete Compliance Handbook: A Guide to Operationalizing Your Compliance Program

Thomas Fox, the Compliance Evangelist, is one of the leading writers, thinkers and commentators on the nuts and bolts of compliance. His always practical advice is now available in one volume, The Complete Compliance Handbook. This book incorporates the most recent pronouncements and guidance from the Department of Justice, including 2017’s Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs and FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy, to provide the most up-to-date advice on what constitutes a best practices compliance program. In this single volume compendium, Fox brings together the tops ideas, topics and techniques you can incorporate your compliance program, literally in 31-days to more fully operationalize your compliance regime. If you want one volume to guide you in operationalizing compliance, this is it. The book is designed to provide you with a step-by-step guide to the design, creation, implementation of or enhancement to a compliance program. It begins with 31-days to a more effective compliance program. Each entry presents one thing you can accomplish, at little to no cost, to improve any level of compliance program. There are three key-takeaways for each entry. The final chapter goes through the same process for you to operationalize your compliance program. The author, Thomas Fox, has written 15 books on compliance, leadership and business ethics. He founded the Compliance Podcast Network and has one of the largest social media presences in compliance. He has worked in the compliance arena for over 10 years and draws upon his many years of experience in the profession to create this single volume which will become the standard ‘nuts and bolts’ text on compliance. Fox’s writing style is suited for any skill level of compliance practitioner or maturity of corporate compliance program.

 
       
   

Atiba Clarke   Saturday, June 30   3 – 5 PM

Unexpected Words from a Gifted Angel

Author Atiba Clarke announces the release of his new self-help book on personal growth, Unexpected Words from a Gifted Angel, which imparts wisdom and hope for anyone going through a challenging time. Clarke provides tips on how to make it through life's trials. His goal for the book is to serve as an inspiration for anyone who explores its pages. It also takes the form of a personal memoir of sorts, as Clarke takes readers on his own personal journey so that through his words they may envision who he is and what he went through to make it to where he is today. His tips are injected with a balance of insight and humor. Accepting failures is okay because that's how people learn to become great achievers in life. Negativities must be experienced in order to receive God's blessing.