Patti Callahan Henry, NY Times Bestselling Author, Releasing Newest Novel “The Bookshop at Water’s End” Thursday, July 13 at High Cotton

Join us Thursday, July 13 at noon for Blue Bicycle Books Charleston Author Series Luncheon at High Cotton with NY Times best selling author Patti Callahan Henry to celebrate the launch of her new novel The Bookshop at Water's End.

High Cotton is located at 199 East Bay Street in downtown Charleston. Registration begins at 11:30 AM and includes a lovely three-course luncheon served promptly at noon. Limited seating provides an intimate experience with the author.

In addition to three creative courses by High Cotton, the bar will also feature specialty cocktails and wines.

Tickets for this fun event are $33 for just the luncheon or $49 for lunch with Patti plus a signed, paperback copy of her newest novel The Bookshop at Water's End.

Click here to purchase your tickets.

Prologue: Mimi the Bookseller. We are defined by the moods and whims of a wild tidal river surrounding our small town, cradling us in its curved basin. We don't shape it; it shapes us. The gray-blue water brings us what it will and only when it desires.

One sweltering, languid afternoon as I shelved dusty paperbacks, I looked up to see a ghost. The girl was the spitting image of a woman I knew years ago, too many summers ago to count. It could have been another whim of the river.

Patti Callahan Henry is a New York Times bestselling author of Between the Tides; Where the River Runs; When Light Breaks; Between the Tides; The Art of Keeping Secrets; Driftwood Summer; The Perfect Love Song: A Holiday Story; Coming up for Air; And Then I Found You; The Stories We Tell; The Idea of Love and The Bookshop at Waters End (July 2017).

A finalist in the Townsend Prize for Fiction, an Indie Next Pick and OKRA pick, and a multiple nominee for the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance Novel of the Year, Patti is published in nine languages. Her articles and essays have appeared in Southern Living, PINK, Writers Digest, Birmingham Magazine and more.

High Cotton is located at 199 East Bay Street, where the luncheon and discussion will take place. Parking is available at the Cumberland Street Garage, other municipal lots or at meters on the street.