Writer Ardain Isma takes his latest novel, “Midnight at Noon” on the road. He has just been back from Atlanta for an impressive literary/speaking engagement. This week Thursday, he’ll be at the UNF bookstore for a book signing. On the 16th of October, he’ll be down at the Hilton Hotel near the Miami International Airport for a “Meet The Author” event. On the 25th of October, he’ll be home for a Wine and Cheese night with friends and neighbors.
On November 6th, he’ll be in Jacksonville to meet members of Sister City, the Nantes Committee members, members of Alliance Francaise, and other colleagues and academics for a dazzling literary night. Folks in South Florida have not been forgotten. On November 21st, Ardain will be at the Little Haiti Cultural Center for a red-carpet book event to be hosted by filmmaker Rose-Philippe Coriolan who will subsequently host Ardain in Palm Beach the next day, November 22nd, at the Lantana Library. Ardain believes that’s the price to pay for authors who truly want their stories to be heard. Click on this link to order your copy: Midnight at Noon