Bring your Preschoolers and join us for our Preschool Story Time where we will enjoy stories, crafts, music. Then stay for a special treat FREE Waffles. That's right the Florence Waffle House Staff will be stopping by the Florence Public library and cooking up some delicious waffles, so stop on by.
Florence Library Crochet/ knitting Club Invites You to come Join the Fun! Crocheting and knitting are fun, fairly inexpensive way to create handmade treasures. Come join us at the Florence Public Library where you can share your love of yarn with like-minded individuals in a safe environment. Bring your crochet/ Knit projects to each meeting where we will gather together and crochet/Knit as we swap patterns and discuss various day to day topics. If working on a new project and you find yourself stuck, feel free to seek the guidance of other members.
Sept. 12 & 26 at 5:00 PM - 6:00PM
For more information contact the Florence Public Library. Florence Public Library 115 West Main Street Florence, MS 39073 Phone: 601-845-6032
M and Th 9:30-7:00 Tu and W 9:30-5:00 F 1:00-5:00 Sa 9:00-12:30
Author John Floyd to Visit Florence Library. Wednesday, August 14, 2013 11:00 a.m.
Author John Floyd will be discussing his latest book Deception. The short fiction of John M. Floyd has appeared in The Strand Magazine, Woman's World, Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, and many other publications. A Derringer Award winner and former Air Force captain, John spent thirty years with IBM and now teaches writing courses in the Continuing Education department at Millsaps College. He and his wife Carolyn live in Mississippi.Refreshment will be served.
Deception is not only the name of this book, or the title of one of the tales inside. It might be said that deception is also the central theme of the hundreds of short stories John M. Floyd has written and published over the past eighteen years. Many are mysteries and some represent other genres (fantasy, Western, romance, etc.), but all of them involve trickery and suspense and Hitchcockian plot reversals. In many ways, this collection picks up where his previous book, Clockwork, left off. Here are thirty more delicious stories of mystery, intrigue, and betrayal. And although Floyd has often said he loves twist endings, the surprises here are not limited to the final pages or paragraphs: they also happen throughout the stories. If his fiction has one common denominator, it is the uncertainty built into each tale, that tingling feeling of not knowing which direction the plot is about to take. In addition to all the standalone adventures, this collection features (as did the first three books) several lighthearted mysteries starring retired schoolteacher Angela Potts and small-town sheriff Charles Chunky Jones. But whether the setting is the Deep South or deep space, the characters are touch-me real and the plots are clever and fast-moving. If you are looking for pure entertainment, these stories are for you. Prepare to be deceived . . .