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Wonderland Book Club Message Board › See you at Book Club on Friday to Meet Pat MacEnulty

See you at Book Club on Friday to Meet Pat MacEnulty

Alice Osborn, W.
Group Organizer
Raleigh, NC
Hi Everyone,

Looks like we're going to have a big crowd for Friday's Wonderland Book Club--I'm looking forward to seeing all of you! And immediately after book club, we'll be going to lunch with Pat--hope some of you can join us. AND the weather looks like it won't be another wintry mix! Yay! First time since Dec's meeting:)

Here are all of the details for Friday, which will also include light refreshments. See you there!

~Alice, Organizer, Wonderland Book Club~

Wonderland Book Club, Meet Pat MacEnulty

Co-sponsored by the NC Writers Network

Location: Center for Excellence, 3803-B Computer Dr. Suite 106, Raleigh, NC 27609

Friday, March 29, 2013     Time:  10:00 – noon

This month’s book is Wait Until Tomorrow: A Daughter's Memoir by Pat MacEnulty
RSVP Here:­  and find more info about Wonderland at:­

This month we welcome Pat MacEnulty from Charlotte, NC. Pat MacEnulty is the author of six books as well as numerous short stories, essays, poems and plays. She is also a teacher, workshop leader, writing coach and freelance editor. In Wait Until Tomorrow: A Daughter's Memoir, Pat MacEnulty finds herself in a maze of healthcare negotiations and discoveries when her mother can no longer care for herself.

Pat's mother, who stood by her through her darkest years as a drug addict, was a small-town icon as a composer, pianist, organist, and musical director. She is suddenly unable to be the accomplished, independent person she once was. Now Pat has two goals: to help her daughter avoid the mistakes that derailed her own life, and to see her mother's masterpiece, "An American Requiem," find a new life and a new audience in her mother's lifetime. Along the way, Pat rediscovers her own strength, humor, and rebelliousness at the most unlikely moments.

After book club, come join us for lunch to get to know Pat better!  More about Pat and her work here:­
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