Join Iris Graville on Saturday, Sept. 16, 7 PM at Woodmen Hall to celebrate the launch of her new memoir, "Hiking Naked - A Quaker Woman's Search for Balance."
Described as a blend of Cheryl Strayed's "Wild" and Henry David Thoreau's "Walden," Iris's new memoir chronicles her spiritual search for meaningful work. Beloved Washington author Ana Maria Spagna says the book,"is chockfull of heartfelt reflection and lyrical prose, wisdom and grace, humor and humility. It is a pure delight to read." More information at www.irisgraville.com and www.homeboundpublications.com.
Iris is also the author of "Hands at Work" and "BOUNTY." Copies of "Hiking Naked" will be available at the event which will include reading, a conversation with Kip Greenthal, and refreshments. All are welcome.
You can pre-order copies at Lopez Bookshop.