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NY Times Best-Selling Author Coming to FoxTale

Best-selling author Adriana Trigiani makes her only Georgia book tour stop at FoxTale Tuesday, April 17.

NY Times Best-Selling Author Coming to FoxTale NY Times Best-Selling Author Coming to FoxTale

From The Today Show to CBS This Morning to Woodstock’s very own , best-selling author  Adriana Trigiani is quite busy with the release of her latest novel today called The Shoemaker’s Wife.

FoxTale is excited to welcome Adriana Trigiani on Tuesday, April 17 for an exclusive Georgia event. Trigiani is an award-winning playwright, television writer, documentary filmmaker and, most importantly, author of the bestselling Big Stone Gap series, Very Valentine; Brava, Valentine; Lucia, Lucia; The Queen of the Big Time and Rococo. Her books have been published in 36 countries around the world. She has recently written and will direct the big screen version of her first novel, Big Stone Gap.

Trigiani lives in New York City with her husband, an Emmy Award winning lighting designer for The David Letterman Show, and daughter Lucia.

The ladies at FoxTale know how to throw a party, and this is no exception. They are rolling out the red carpet for Trigiani as she makes her only book tour stop in Georgia. The ticketed event will take place at the and will no doubt be a memorable evening!   

Trigiani will be introduced in person by Atlanta’s own best-selling author Mary Kay Andrews and will engage in an entertaining talk followed by audience Q&A. Those attending will receive a 1st edition copy of The Shoemaker’s Wife which they will be able to get autographed when they meet Trigiani following the discussion.

"We are absolutely thrilled to have Adriana coming to speak about The Shoemaker's Wife," said FoxTale co-owner Ellen Ward. "To add to the excitement, we will have Mary Kay Andrews here as well! We have worked hard, including a little bit of southern charm and hospitality, to make FoxTale, the Georgia destination for book signings and author events. We could not host events like this without the support of our amazing customers and community and are happy to bring events like this for all to enjoy."

Trigiani is beloved by millions of readers around the world for her hilarious and heartwarming novels. Adriana was raised in a small coal-mining town in southwest Virginia in a big Italian family. She chose her hometown for the setting and title of her debut novel, the critically acclaimed bestseller  Big Stone Gap. The heartwarming story continues in the novel’s sequels  Big Cherry HollerMilk Glass Moon, and  Home to Big Stone Gap. Stand-alone novels  Lucia, Lucia, The Queen of the Big TimeRococo, all topped the bestseller lists, as did Trigiani’s 2009  Very Valentine and its 2010 sequel  Brava, Valentine.  

 Trigiani teamed up with her family for  Cooking With My Sistersa cookbook co-authored by her sister Mary, with contributions from their sisters and mother. The cookbook-memoir features recipes and stories dating back hundred years from both sides of their Italian-American family. Readers got to take a peek into the lives of the women who shaped Adriana, with her November 2010 non-fiction debut:  Don’t Sing at the Table: Life Lessons from my Grandmothers. Here, Trigiani shares the wonderful insight and guidance from her two grandmothers: time-tested common sense advice on the most important aspects of a woman’s life, from childhood to old age. 

One popular book critic perhaps said it best: “Trigiani defies categorization. She is more than a one-hit wonder, more than a Southern writer, more than a woman’s novelist. She is an amazing young talent.”

For more information or to purchase a ticket, please stop in to FoxTale Book Shoppe or call them at 770-516-9989. Tickets are $32 in advance and $35 at the door. Additional information can also be found on their website  www.foxtalebookshoppe.com.

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