Lecture at The Charleston Library Society


Please join me for the inaugural event celebrating

Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques





Lecture and Booksigning on Thursday, May 5, 6:00 PM

The Charleston Library Society, 164 King Street

Charleston, South Carolina

(843) 723-9912





Providing a sneak peak inside my new book, the lecture will offer myriad ideas about how to integrate objects from the past into contemporary lifestyles, whether you live in a historic home, a modern high rise, or a suburban cottage. While the book is designed for readers of all ages, it’s the perfect piece of propaganda for every mother who wants to see the family heirlooms find a home. I love that it’s launching just before Mothers Day.





I also love that the inaugural event will take place at The Charleston Library Society. Established in 1748 by nineteen young gentlemen wishing to avail themselves of the latest publications from Great Britain, the library is one of the oldest cultural organizations in America. It is still one of Charleston’s most vibrant institutions, with lectures and exhibits on topics as widely varied as the collection’s books and archives.





The Charleston Library Society is definitely a place where the past meets the present in vibrant style. Furthermore, it has one of the few remaining card catalogs in the country. Talk about living with heirlooms and antiques!






Click here for more information about The Charleston Library Society.

 Please come to the lecture and buy the book there–proceeds from book sales benefit the library.

You can also buy the book at AmazonBarnes and Noble, or Indiebound.


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