Happy New Year – (or as we think of it, 282 days until pub date)Posted January 1st, 2012 by Thomas Norman DeWolf
Welcome to 2012! Today is the first day of the year in which Gather at the Table: The Healing Journey of a Daughter of Slavery and a Son of the Slave Trade will be published by Beacon Press.
Sharon and I will spend most of this year preparing for (and anxiously anticipating) our book to hit shelves (both physical and virtual) on October 9. Gather at the Table will be available in hardcover as well as electronically (Kindle, Nook, etc), and hopefully on audio.
Throughout this year we will update you on news about the book, our ongoing journey, and will create occasional videos from our travels together. We thank you for spreading the word to your friends. Anyone can subscribe to this blog (click the link in the upper right corner of this page) and to our YouTube page (yellow “subscribe” button near the top left of the page).
We’ve just posted our latest video, a brief encapsulation of our 6,000-miles-in-one-month-road-trip through 21 states this past spring. Let us know what you think!
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