Book Talk with A. D. Nauman "Down the Steep"Visit Website
Join us for a lunchtime talk by A. D. Nauman on her historical fiction novel, Down the Steep. Set in the Civil Rights era in southeast Virginia, Down the Steep is the story of Willa McCoy, the teenage daughter of a Klansman who learns to overcome her own racism. When Willa learns a devastating secret that forces her to see her father’s true character, the once-loyal daughter rebels. The book investigates how we grow as people and overcome prejudice while navigating the complexities of our need to belong. A book signing will follow the talk.
Contact Anne McCrery at email@example.com or 804.692.3568 for more information. This talk is free and open to the public. Registration is required. Limited free parking is available underneath the Library at 800 East Broad Street.