Thursday, July 12 at 2 p.m.
Jungman Neighborhood Library
5830 Westheimer, 77057 * 832-393-1860
Free and Open to the Public
The Houston Public Library invites the public to meet and greet Texan author Marsha Moyer at Jungman Neighborhood Library located at 5830 Westheimer, 77057. Moyer will give a presentation on her latest release Heartbreak Town and sign books on Thursday, July 12 at 2 p.m.
In Heartbreak Town, Moyer continues the saga of sassy East Texan Lucy Hatch from her previous novels The Last of the Honky-Tonk Angels and The Second Coming of Lucy Hatch. Back home in Mooney after fleeing Nashville and her country-crooner hubby, Ash Farrell, Lucy settles into her old job at the flower shop and new life as a single mom. But, her plans are blown to bits when Ash roars into town in a rainstorm, on the run from rehab with a wounded heart, shattered dreams and a trashy trailer that he parks in Lucy’s yard.
Marsha Moyer was born in Austin and grew up in Bryan-College Station. After graduating from Bryan High School, she attended the University of Texas at Austin. For the next 25 years she held a variety of jobs, including those of secretary to two animal scientists in the field of swine management, newsletter editor at the Texas A&M computing center, and assistant to the late chemist Karl Folkers, whose work in the field of coenzyme Q-10 research is world-renowned.
Moyer has written fiction since childhood, and in 1990 was awarded a three-month residency from the Syvenna Foundation for women writers in northeast Texas. Almost a decade later, the East Texas experience came full circle when she began the manuscript which would ultimately yield four novels in the Lucy Hatch series.
For further details, please contact the Houston Public Library at www.houstonlibrary.org or call 832-393-1313.