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Harrison Scott Key, The World’s Largest Man. Wed., July 8.

Join us, Wed., July 8, 5  pm as Harrison Scott Key, signs copies of his memoir, The World’s Largest Man (HarperCollins, hb., 352 pp., $27).  . Harrison Scott Key was born in Memphis, but he grew up in Mississippi, among pious, Bible-reading women and men who either shot things or got women pregnant. At the center of his world […]

Author Luncheon with Patti Callahan Henry, The Idea of Love, Mon., July 6

Join us Mon., July 6, 12 pm for a Blue Bicycle Books Author’s Luncheon featuring New York Times bestseller Patti Callahan Henry. The talk and lunch will be at Hall’s Chophouse, 434 King Street. Tickets are $30 for lunch only, or $58 for lunch and a signed copy of The Idea of Love (St. Martins Press, hb., 256 pp., […]

See Aziz Ansari at the Sottile Theatre, Sat., July 11!

Come see South Carolina’s own Aziz Ansari, Sat., July 11, 7:30 pm, at the Sottile Theatre (44 George St.), touring on his new book, Modern Romance (Penguin, hb., 288 pp., $29). Tickets are $52 and include a copy of Modern Romance (to be picked up at Blue Bicycle Books).   BUY TICKETS HERE.  Books must be picked up at Blue Bicycle Books, 420 […]

Southeast Summer Book Bash! Tues., June 23

Join us  Tues., June 23, 5 – 7 pm, as the Southeast Summer Book Bash tour makes a stop in Charleston. Lynne Matson (Nil & Nil Unlocked), Lindsay Cummings (The Death Code), Anne Blankman (Conspiracy of Blood and Smoke) and Robin Constantine (The Secrets of Attraction) will sign copies of  their Young Adult novels. About Nil Unlocked: On the island of Nil, the […]

Brian Hicks, Sea of Darkness . Signing at the Mills House. Wed., June 24

Join Brian Hicks, Wed., June 24, 5—8 PM, The Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel (115 Meeting St.) with special guests Glenn McConnell, Warren Lasch, and Ralph Wilbanks, for the official release of Hicks’ new best-selling book, Sea Of Darkness: Unraveling the Mysteries of the HL Hunley. For more information about the event click here. About the book: Sea of Darkness: […]

Will Moredock, Living in Fear , Signing, Fri., June 12

Join us, Fri., June 12, 5 – 7  pm for a signing with Will Moredock. he will sign copies of his new book, Living in Fear.    From 2002 till 2012, Will Moredock wrote a weekly column on South Carolina politics and culture for Charleston City Paper.Living in Fear is a selection of 71 of those columns, with a focus on the way […]

Piccolo Fiction in the Courtyard — Sat., May 30, 5 pm

Join us for Piccolo Fiction in the Courtyard, Sat., May 30,  5 pm, Blue Bicycle Books, 420 King St. The festival’s longest-running event exclusively devoted to the craft of fiction, Piccolo Fiction invites three prominent writers to present 5 minute “short short” stories. The reading will be held in the lush courtyard of Blue Bicycle Books, and each […]

Mary Alice Monroe, The Summer’s End. Sun., May 24.

Join us, Sun., May 24, 4  pm as Mary Alice Monroe, signs copies of the last installment of her Lowcountry Summer series, The Summer’s End. (Gallery Books, hb., 384 pp., $28).  In the powerful and heartwarming conclusion to her bestselling Lowcountry Summer trilogy, New York Times author Mary Alice Monroe brings her readers back to the charm and sultry […]

Author Luncheon with Karen White, The Sound of Glass, Wed., May 27.

Join us Wed., May 27, 12 pm for a Blue Bicycle Books Author’s Luncheon featuring New York Times bestseller Karen White. The talk, book signing and lunch will be at Hall’s Chophouse, 434 King Street. Tickets are $30 for lunch only, or $59 for lunch and a signed copy of Karen’s newest book, The Sound of Glass (New American Library, hb., 432 […]

John Lane, Fate Moreland’s Widow. Wed., May 27.

Join us Wed., May 27, 5 pm  for a special reception and book signing with John Lane. Lane will be signing copies of his new novel, Fate Moreland’s Widow, (USC Press, hb., 184 pp., $20).  The son of mill workers in Carlton, South Carolina, Crocker is caught between competing loyalties to his family and future. Crocker wanted […]