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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

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Writer's Garret Invites you to a Private Author Soiree
Writer's Garrett

March, 2010

Please Join Us for an Intimate
Soiree withBest-Selling British Author

Chris Cleave
Hosted by Tom & Lori Reisenbichler


The Wealth of Worldly Wisdom

An Evening of Wine & Catered Appetizers, Home Tour, Signed Book, and Stimulating
When:Thursday Evening,
March 25,  7 PM
Where:Private Home in Preston Hollow
Come meet one of the hottest new authors around, Chris Cleave, and receive a signed
copy of Little Bee as our gift to you.


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Says Lori, our generous hostess, "Chris Cleave's book is wonderful! It has one of
the best moral dilemma's I've seen in

any fiction in a long, long time."
The Reisenbichlers invite you to join them in the "green" home Tom designed for
an evening of lively literary conversation, wine, and catered treats. Certainly
readers and writers alike will find it to be another Garret evening to remember.

Donations for this Soiree Fundraiser are $35 per Individual or $60 per Couple.(Each
registered individual or couple will receive a signed book. Others will be available
for purchase.)


R.S.V.P. to (214) 828-1715 as soon as possible, as space is very limited (we will
then send you the address of this private home). You may also R.S.V.P. on-line here

Please note that The Writer's Garret is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit in the State of Texas
$20 of each individual's donation is tax-deductible


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