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Titles @ Twilight promotes local authors, whose stories of history and the South represent a variety of perspectives. Join us the first Wednesday of each month for a new topic and new perspective. Click here to view the entire 2018 schedule, or scroll down for more details on upcoming topics.

Titles @ Twilight is FREE to attend and takes place in the Community Room at the Heritage Sandy Springs administrative building, 6110 Blue Stone Road.


Wednesday, February 7, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Jason B. Sheffield is a practicing criminal defense trial attorney based out of Atlanta, Georgia where he has defended clients in state and federal courtrooms across the country. His new book, Son of a B!tch, explores the peril of a parent / child relationship amidst the crazy world of criminal defense. At times it’s gut-busting funny, other times it’s biting and a tad raunchy. It’s also shocking and sad. Most importantly, though, it’s about second chances. It’s a tale of motherhood and manhood, forgiveness and redemption, and a mother’s hope that her little boy, now a man, will close his eyes to the past and open his heart to the future

Wednesday, March 7, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Zoe Fishman is the critically acclaimed author of the bestselling novels Inheriting Edith, (Morrow, October ’16), Driving Lessons (Morrow, April ’14), Saving Ruth (Morrow, May ’12) and Balancing Acts (Harper, March ’10). She’s the recipient of countless awards, including an Indie Next Pick, Target’s Breakout and Emerging Author Picks, a NY Post Pick, a Mom’s Choice Award and a Barnes & Noble Hot Read and many more! Her latest novel, Inheriting Edith, is an emotional breakout novel about a single mother who inherits a beautiful beach house with one small caveat—she must take care of the cantankerous elderly woman who lives in it.

Wednesday, April 4, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Sheryl Parbhoo is a southern novelist and blogger. She was featured at the 2017 Decatur Book Festival and is a member of the Atlanta Writers Club and Georgia Writers Association. Her writings have been featured in Twins Magazine and Masalamommas Magazine, she has been interviewed by PBSNewshour, and quoted by Harvard Divinity School’s Religious Literacy Project.  Her debut novel, The Unexpected Daughter, is a featured book in the Trio Live, a traveling exhibit of art, music, and literature that celebrates the inspirational power of great storytelling. She currently blogs at SherylParbhoo.com and is at work on the sequel to The Unexpected Daughter, due to be released in Fall 2018.

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