Oh, Christmas Tree . . .

Today has been a made scramble with banking, work on my Website, calls for my signings, and I put up our Christmas tree today. It’s one of the fake ones with like a million branches you plug into the trunk in alphabetical order. It actually looks real nice when decorated. I wasn’t in town the day after Thanksgiving, the traditional day of setting up Christmas trees in my family, and yesterday I was at ULM all day, so today was the first chance I had to get that chore done.

I’ve got appointments in Texas all day Thursday, so I’m leaving tomorrow afternoon and will return to Monroe sometime Friday. I’ve a signing at Cherry Books in Thibodaux, Louisiana,  Saturday morning. I’ll be signing both books of mine, Jim Limber Davis: A Black Orphan in the Confederate White House and Stories of the Confederate South.  Here is their contact information: 985-446-0182  1050 Canal Blvd, Thibodaux, LA 70301

There’s a really good article and some photos about the new bookstore, its owner and Terry Fruchey, the manager. Here’s the link for that article: http://www.houmatoday.com/article/20070826/BUSINESS03/708260310/1001