Book Exchange of Foley, Alabama

Manager at Book Exchange of Foley, Alabama purchased five Meredith Etc books for the store’s New Release section, and placed three books on the shelf via consignment.  We’re happy our books are in this busy shopping district. Praying new readers will leave online reviews. http://www.meredithetc.com 

Author Richard Hulse will participate in the 2nd Annual Author Fair at the Camarillo Library

My Brother Bo Product PageAuthor Richard Hulse will be available to sign copies of his books including his recent biography “My Brother Bo: Addicted in Paradise” at the 2nd Annual Author Fair at the Camarillo Library, Sunday, November 12, 2017 – 11:00am to 3:00pm in the Community Room, 4101 Las Posas Road, Camarillo, CA 93010, (805) 388-5222, www.camarillolibrary.org

http://camarillolibrary.org/content/2nd-annual-local-authors-fair Author Fair library link

https://meredithetc.com/my-brother-bo/ The author’s book page displays the eBook and print links to purchase his book now!

Meredith Coleman McGee among Mississippi Book Festival vendors

Author/Publisher Meredith Coleman McGee will sign and sell “Virtues from the Heart” (an anthology) and a selection of her books and several Meredith Etc book titles at the Mississippi Book Festival, Saturday, August 19, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Clinton Ink-Slinger’s table in Author’s Alley. This annual event will feature over 220 authors. http://msbookfestival.com/

Mississippi Book Festival

A Literary Lawn Party: August 19, 2017!

MISSISSIPPI STATE CAPITOL | 9:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M. | FREE ADMISSION | FREE PARKING | OPEN TO PUBLIC

Richard Hulse’s book explores a hot topic across the nation – opioid addiction.

Hooked on opioids cov storyMention opioid addiction and some say, “That’s an issue for the wealthy.” But, according to the article Hooked on Opioids this problem crosses economic and ethnic boundaries. Meredith Etc Author Richard Hulse’s new book My Brother Bo: Addicted in Paradise caught the attention of Pres. Barack Obama last month and was featured in a cover story this week by the Ventura County Reporter in Ventura, California.

Perhaps intervention added 30 years to Bo Hulse’s life, the younger and only brother of Richard Hulse. Addiction makes people erratic and for many  families repeated intervention is frustrating. Some addicts use opioids to reduce chronic pain. Knee surgery led to Bo’s addition. He did not use alcohol or other substances. Bo died from prescription drug abuse.