Local Author Rose Gordy Book Signing at The Fireside near Deep Creek Lake, MD on October 15
Rose Gordy will be appearing at the Fireside Deli & Wine Shop in Swanton, MD on Saturday, October 15 starting at noon to meet the public and sign copies of her books.
By: Rosewords Books
"The Green That Never Died" follows one woman's journey in becoming a nun and finding herself. After entering the convent at age 18, Rose Gordy grew up within the confines of the Roman Catholic Church and the dictates of the Holy Order. While the world was undergoing radical transformation in the 1960's, she was effectively sequestered and remained innocent of the sins of a tempestuous America. But revolutionary events, from JFK's demise to the Moon Landings, nevertheless broke through the veil and exposed her to the outside awakening.
Read chapters such as "The Sacred Vow of Chastity," "The Winter of My Final Depression,"
The convent culture changed so slowly that is was like traveling back in time... Through a series of lost letters, profound dreams, insightful poems and key memories, learn how Rose Gordy kept the core of her being green and fertile until one fateful day she decided to rejoin the "World, the Flesh and the Devil."
411 pages with 44+ photos and 70+ poems
The Fireside Deli & Wine Shop, located at 2205 Glendale Road in Swanton, MD next to Deep Creek Lake, is a warm, delightful, and inviting place filled with food, fine wine, and gifts from all over the world. A place where luxuries are a convenience, The Fireside will help ease the stress of your fast pace life and remind you of life's simple pleasures.
If you cannot make it to the book signing, all of Rose's books are available in paperback and eBook formats at http://www.Rosewords.com. On her website, there are also links to her Kindle Store, her Facebook page, and her Twitter page.
About Rose Gordy:
In addition to being the writer of six books, Rose Gordy is also a veteran secondary English teacher, national workshop facilitator, speech coach, dream counselor, and published poet, essayist and short story writer. She earned a Masters Degree in English and French from the University of Notre Dame and has been writing and teaching for most of her life. She resides in the Washington, D.C. area and Deep Creek Lake, MD.