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Thanks to Pat Eager and the Charleston County Library

We had a wonderful discussion based on my book, Our Father: Discovering Family, Thursday night. It was a small but involved group. I am grateful to Pat Eager and the Friends of the Charleston County Library for making this possible.

There is so much going on at the library and the staff keeps things moving. It is a beautiful building in a wonderful location. My thanks to those who were there. Of course the book is still available at Barnes and Noble, www.amazon.com, or from me.

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Book Signing of Our Father

Please join me on Thursday, November 12, 2015, at the main location of Charleston County Public Library for a discussion of Our Father: Discovering Family, and a signing afterward. I look forward to seeing you there at 6pm.

Mitch Carnell Library Signing

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Charleston County Library – Nov. 12 – Our Father: Discovering Family

Our Father - Discovering FamilyOn November 12 at 6p.m. I will discuss my book, Our Father: Discovering Family, at the main branch of the Charleston County Library on Calhoun Street. My book is best described as a spiritual autobiography. I learned a great deal about myself during the process of sifting through my life and distilling those events that played a role in my spiritual journey and my mission for the rest of my life. It was not an easy book to write.

Come with your questions. Let’s have a good discussion. I am a member of the West Ashley Writer’s Group. The event is free. Friends of the Library will have my book available for purchase.

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Fifty-Two Keys for Living, Loving and Working

Read! Read! Read!

Reading opens the world to us, stretches our imagination, kindles our knowledge and takes us far outside and deep inside ourselves. Reading takes us places we could never visit in person and introduces us to people we would never meet. If you read, you have the world at your finger tips. By reading you can find instructions for how to do almost anything. The Internet has opened the great libraries of the world to us. We can sit at our kitchen table and read newspapers from the four corners of the earth. We can track our ancestors or learn to bake an apple pie. Reading opens new opportunities for conversation and to share what we have read. Read aloud to a child, a friend or a loved one. Both of you will grow from the experience. My wife reads aloud to me every day.  It is a wonderful sharing experience.

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