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Author Program

Titles @ Twilight


Though our local author series Titles at Twilight has been cancelled for the remainder of 2020, we encourage you to follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to stay updated on our online educational resources. We extend a huge thank you to our 2020 authors Mark Staufer, Jessica Handler, and Melissa Klein.

Have you attended any of our Titles at Twilight series in the past? Love it? Hate it? Now’s your chance to tell us! We’d love to hear about your experiences and how we can improve. If you have a few moments, please fill out this quick four-minute survey. Truthfully, four minutes. We all wait longer than that for the morning coffee to brew. Thank you for your feedback – it matters!

Wednesday, February 5 from 6:30- 7:30 pm

Returning to Heritage Sandy Springs is author Jessica Handler. The author of Invisible Sisters and Braving the Fire, her new historical fiction novel The Magnetic Girl explores issues of feminism, equality, and sibling relationships from the perspective of a unique young woman with a mysterious electrical charge.

Handler captures the ambivalence of female adolescence, where the newfound ability to captivate others exists in unsteady balance with the fear of loss of independence. A thoroughly fresh historical novel that both captures the essence of its time and echoes challenges that still exist today.

— Kirkus Reviews

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

Melissa Klein writes contemporary romance about everyday heroes fighting extraordinary

Whether facing the demands of caring for a child with special needs or the struggles of a soldier returning home, her characters take on the challenges life throws at them with perseverance, courage, and humor.
While she won Georgia Romance Writers Unpublished Maggie award in 2013 and Rose City Romance Writers Golden Rose award in 2012 she still hopes to win the lottery. If she does, she’ll buy a huge farm in north Georgia and convince her children to live next door. Until that time, she lives in Atlanta with her husband, who puts up with frozen dinners with the words are flowing.