|It was a book signing!|
|Entry Hall of the Dothan Cultural Arts Center|
|Ann Cotton, Director of the Dothan Cultural Arts Center|
I want to thank Ann Cotton and the Board of Directors for the Dothan Cultural Arts Center for hosting the official book launch for my newly released first novel, Swimming with Serpents, historical fiction published by Mercer University Press. With a full house in the elegantly chandeliered and draped room with classy black and white tiles in fine beaux arts style, those in attendance settled in with wine and hors d’oeuvres to hear me share my passion for the people, time and place of the Creek Indian War presented in the historical novel. Sound, staging and lighting were skillfully handled giving us the best environment possible for a wonderful literary evening.
|Sharman and daughter-in-law Brittany Ballard Ramsey|
It was a perfect.
I can hardly wait until next year when the sequel, Nest of Vipers, is released!
|Amy and Larry Fletcher, and Ken Sizemore of Panama City with Sharman and Joe|
|Dr. Sylvia Burson Rushing, Sharman's sister with Sharman and Joel Ramsey|
To all of our friends and family who attended, I humbly say you’re the best!
|Robert and Judy Grimes drove to Dothan from Anniston for the event.|
|Around 100 friends and family filled the auditorium. Gene Stabler, cousin from Montgomery, Kay Roney, Drew Ramsey, Brittany Ramsey, Pat Renfro, and Mary Andrews.|
|Sharman did a Power Point presentation of the people and|
times leading up to the Creek Indian War.
|Lydia and Ernie Padgett of Marianna, with Judy and Robert Grimes of Anniston visiting with Sylvia Burson Rushing.|