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Wonderland Book Club Message Board › Meet Author Wendy K. Perriman at Wonderland Book Club tomorrow!!!!

Meet Author Wendy K. Perriman at Wonderland Book Club tomorrow!!!!

Alice Osborn, W.
Group Organizer
Raleigh, NC
Hi Wonderland Gang,

Author Wendy K. Perriman will join us from Charlotte to discuss her novel, Fire on Dark Water. It's going to be another excellent discussion and meeting. We'll be meeting afterwards for lunch at Mia Francesca in North Hills, next door to the Renaissance Hotel.

Here are all of the details~see you there!


Wonderland Book Club, Meet Wendy K. Perriman

Co-sponsored by the NC Writers Network

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

Friday, April 26, 2013     Time:  10:00–noon

This month’s book is Fire on Dark Water by Wendy K. Perriman
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This month we welcome Wendy K. Perriman, originally from the ancient English town of Kirkham and now living on the shores of Lake Norman, North Carolina. Wendy has published two scholarly books on major literary figures. The first, A Wounded Deer: The Effects of Incest on the Life and Poetry of Emily Dickinson concludes that Dickinson’s enigmatic poetry may have originated from a personal exposure to trauma. Her second book, Willa Cather and the Dance: “A Most Satisfying Elegance”, suggests that Cather was among the first intellectuals to train as a leading balletomane, and to utilize dance imagery to enrich and subvert the subtext of her novels.

Fire on Dark Water features a strong female character, an English gypsy called Lola Blaise. When Lola is duped into marrying the buccaneer Captain Edward Teach she becomes thirteenth wife of the infamous Blackbeard, scarcely guessing the unconscionable deeds she will have to perform to avoid the fate of her tragic predecessors.
After book club, come join us for lunch to get to know Wendy better!  More about Wendy and her work here:­
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