Book Readings and Signings at Caldwell Heritage Museum

Local Author LB Sedlacek Readings / Book Signings from

“The Traveling Postcard” &

“Bridge Ices Before Road”

Hosted by Caldwell Heritage Museum

Thursday, March 26th – 6:30pm

“Bridge Ices Before Road” – Musings and more written over the course of a year, month by month. What is it like to go through life as a poet, or to view everyday things in a poetical way? 

“The Traveling Postcard: and Other True Stories” – These are true stories or helpful articles on writing. There are so many things to experience in life. As a writer, I enjoy helping other writers succeed or to stir up an interest in writing and literature in those new to it.   My favorite of these is the first story which seemed to magically unfold. Unbeknownst to me, it was a true tale which was meant to be. Sometimes a story (or article) just has to be told.

Caldwell Heritage Museum

112 Vaiden St.  Lenoir, NC  

(828) 758-4004

caldwellheritagemuseum1841@gmail.com

Random Acts of Poetry and Art Day is on February 20th! (Founded in 2012) — Blue Heron Review

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Random Acts of Poetry and Art Day is on February 20th! (Founded in 2012) — Blue Heron Review

Book Signing of “The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit”

Book Reading and Signing on Saturday, Feb 15th from 11am-1pm at Tybrisa Books.

Visit Tybrisa Books and meet local author LB Sedlacek as she debuts her newest book, The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit.

The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit is real. It is the inspiration for LB’s story about Ernie and Melody who meet at a young age at a Golf Club in the mountains of North Carolina where he works and where her mother works. They grow up and grow apart and she moves to Ocean Isle Beach. Eventually he comes to a place where he tries to connect with her again. The mailbox plays an important part in their story.

The mailbox is set up beyond almost the last set of sand dunes. It’s tucked away behind one. There’s a couple of benches where you can sit and watch the fishing boats or the tides roll in and out. The first time she went to the mailbox it was so late it got dark. It was quite the moving experience.

LB, author of the locally set mystery “The Glass River,” hopes you enjoy this new story – it’s somewhat of a love story with a tiny bit of poetry thrown in. It is near and dear to her heart!

“The Mailbox of the Kindred Spirit”