Leesburg, VA Book Signing Event
Saturday, January 29th, 12 - 2 pm
Ann Marie Stewart is looking forward to meeting new readers and not-so-old friends at a book signing at the charming Birch Tree Book Store. This event offers a great opportunity to explore historic downtown Leesburg. Ann suggests a stop by Cowbell Kitchen for breakfast or brunch.
Not only is Out of the Water a great winter read, it's perfect for your next book club (Ann will join you!).
Guest post at Savvy, Verse and Wit:
"I considered the needs of book clubs when I created my online Book Club Kit featuring potential recipes, menus, invites, and templates for a variety of parties. In addition, I’ve included maps, discussion questions, a music playlist, information about the time periods: 1919, 1931, and 1981, and party ideas."
-Ann Marie Stewart
Click on the laptop to read AnnMarie Stewart's guest post at Savvy , Verse and Wit.
Five mothers . . .
Five secrets . . .
Will one daughter's search for her biological mother unravel them all?
Out of the
by award-winning author Ann Marie Stewart
I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t writing stories, putting on plays, or belting songs. Ever since grade school when my dad substituted me in for his turn at the Toastmaster podium and I held a captive audience with my speech, I've loved making people laugh and cry. Whether public speaking, singing, acting on stage, or creating a novel, I want to be a part of the story.
While in my teens, my dad challenged me to write a memoir about my mom’s family. My grandparents escaped from Russia and had to leave behind their three-year-old son in order to save the rest of their family. Delving into the history of that choice and the emotions, and learning about their lives, fascinated me. My dad believed in me and I wanted to complete this. In the meantime, my own life happened and I taught junior high, senior high, went to grad school, married, and had two daughters and a sheep farm, and wrote five other books.author ann marie stewart
Loudoun’s Ann Marie Stewart Wins Christy Award
- Loudoun Tribune
On November 8 in Nashville, TN, local author, Ann Marie Stewart, won the 2017 Christy Award for her book, Stars in the Grass. The Christy Award, named after Catherine Marshall’s bestselling book, Christy, was established in 1999 to acknowledge excellence in Christian writing and creativity across genres.