Book Signing

Book signing by two Gordo authors to happen Saturday during Mule Day

Submitted by Brian Hamilton on Wed, 06/02/2021 - 16:41
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Book signing by David Housel and Keith Huffman to take place at Mule Day Saturday

Being hailed as the “Biggest Literary Event in Gordo History,” Alabama One Credit Union will sponsor an in-person book signing by two Gordo natives at the Ruth Holliman Public Library during Mule Day weekend on Saturday.

David Housel and Keith Huffman will both be in attendance at the event on June 5, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, at the library on Main Street. Housel will be signing his latest book “From the Backbooth at Chappy’s,” and Huffman will be signing his book “The Portable Creek: Southern Nostalgia and Other Shenanigans.”

Court Square Coffee hosts book signing for mother and son duo

Authors Erich Wildgrube (left) and Paula Wildgrube (center) with illustrator Alexis Jones (right).


Carrollton’s Court Square Coffee held a book signing on Monday, April, 15th for a mother and son duo from Tuscaloosa. Erich Wildgrube’s book “The Empress and the Archer” was available for purchase and signing, while his mother, Paula Wildgrube, was also there with her book titled “To CATch a Thief”.

Aliceville Public Library hosts Chanerya Rowland book signing

Chanerya Rowland and her son Ethan at her book signing at the Aliceville Library on Sunday, March 31st.


The Aliceville Public Library hosted its first book signing on Sunday, March 31st for Aliceville native Chanerya Rowland and her book titled Dear Ethan. Rowland, now a Tuscaloosa resident, mentioned that she was elated for the library to host her book signing and release amongst a crowd of friends and family.

“It really means a lot and it definitely meant a lot when (library director Frances Lewis) called and said she would help out. That really meant a lot to me,” Rowland said.