25 Nov “A Storybook Christmas” with Angela Correll
‘Tis the season to say “thank you” to everyone in our lives, a time to enjoy the company of friends and family, and so this holiday we would like to share something good, a good time, good friends, and good book during “A Storybook Christmas” celebration in historic downtown Georgetown.
Join us for a book signing with:
We are honored to have Angela, a Georgetown College Alumna back in Georgetown for a “A Storybook Christmas” reception.
Angela will be signing her newly released novel Guarded and her first novel Grounded, (an Amazon bestseller) at the Scott County Arts & Cultural Welcome Center, 117 Water Street Georgetown KY., this Saturday, December 5th, from 4pm – 6pm.
Georgetown’s A Storybook Christmas Parade will follow down Main Street in our historic hometown. Many businesses and restaurants will be open.
Celebrate with us!
Angela will introduce her new novel, GUARDED, so you can be one of the first to get signed copies for yourself and gift giving. Angela will also bring her first novel, GROUNDED, samples of Kentucky Soaps & Such, and treats from the Bluebird Cafe.
Angela’s creative writing about a Kentucky family’s dynamics touches many of us with a relatable story telling. Her first novel Grounded was adapted into a play by Chelsea Marcantel and premiered at Danville, Kentucky’s historic Pioneer Playhouse in the summer of 2015. In its two week run, it became the second highest grossing play in the 66-year history of the playhouse. The audiobook was a finalist for the Audie Award in Inspirational Fiction for 2015, given by the Audio Publishers Association, and hit the Amazon bestsellers list for several months in 2014 in various categories of inspirational fiction. Grounded has been nominated for Best Voiceover by the Society For Voice Arts and Sciences in the category of Audiobook Narration – Inspirational/Faith-Based Fiction.
Angela lives on a farm in Central Kentucky with her husband, Jess, and an assortment of grass-fed cattle, horses, goats, and chickens. Angela created a business selling goat milk soap called Kentucky Soaps & Such that now operates as a soap-making factory and retail shop on Main Street in Stanford. She is also the concept designer for the Wilderness Road Guest Houses & Rooms, providing modern hospitality in an historic setting, and she and Jess are co-owners of the Bluebird Café, a farm-to-table restaurant, with Executive Chef William Hawkins.
Our reception for Angela will be held in the North Gallery of the Scott County Arts & Cultural Welcome Center, an 1870’s residence used from 1892 to 1989 as the home of Scott County Jailers and their families.
Located in historic downtown Georgetown, 117 North Water Street, Georgetown, Kentucky the Scott County Arts & Cultural Welcome Center is just one block west of the Scott County Court House – a brief walk to enjoy the “A Storybook Christmas” Parade which begins at 6:30.