Come celebrate the new book release of Testament: An Unexpected Return by author T. M. Brown of Atlanta, Georgia. Testament is his second book picking up where his first book, Sanctuary: A Legacy of Memories, left off. He will be here Sunday, April 22nd from 1pm to 3pm signing with both of his books.
Testament picks up the following summer from where Sanctuary left off. Theo and Liddy are enjoying sinking deep roots into their new hometown of Shiloh. Friendships are growing and Liddy has been offered an opportunity to return to the classroom as the new art teacher after Theo has written a book. However, Ominous shadows cast by the town’s past portend more tragedy for little old Shiloh. “Do you know what a banshee is?” This repeated inquiry in the opening chapters of the story sets the tone for the rest of the drama that unfolds in Testament, An Unexpected Return.
About the Author:
A Southern boy at heart, although he’s lived and traveled in many states far removed from his beloved boyhood roots in Georgia and Florida. He returned to his Southern roots several years ago while his two sons were still in school and regularly traveled throughout the South before returning to college shortly after his youngest son graduated. In the last fifteen years he has preached, taught and coached in Alabama, Georgia and Florida until his wife and he moved outside of Atlanta and retired to write, travel, and spoil grandchildren.
Connie and Mike reside outside of Newnan, GA just south of Atlanta. He is an active member of the Atlanta Writers Club, Georgia Writers Association, Chattahoochee Valley Writers Conference, and American Christain Fiction Writers. Selected as presenting fiction author at the 2017 Decatur Book Festival, 2017 Milton Literary Festival, and 2018 Dahlonega Literary Festival.
Nominated for First Novel category of the prestigious 54th Annual Georgia Author of the Year hosted by the Georgia Writers Association.
Finalist for Best Suspense Novel of 2017 by Interviews and Reviews.
Sanctuary featured as a “Must Read” in the May/June issue of Southern Writers Magazine, 2017.