Category Archives: Books

Stock the Shelves!

Please help Charleston Police Department stock their bookshelves! They will be accepting donated new or gently used books until April 30, 2021. –Tidelines Editors

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Seabrookers Are Reading…

When reflecting on reading, author Stephen King once said “Books are a uniquely portable magic.” Why do you read? To escape to a different time and place? To experience someone else’s imagination? To acquire knowledge? To know that you are … Continue reading

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Looking for an Easy Read?

Are you looking for some easy reading?  Linda Malcom of Indigo Books in Freshfields Village has suggested the following “light but entertaining read.” The Windsor Knot by S. J. Bennett As she nears her 90th birthday, Queen Elizabeth II is … Continue reading

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CLS Speaker Series: Stephanie Dray

The Charleston Library Society and Buxton Books are excited to host New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Dray for her new novel, The Women of Chateau Lafayette. This is a free event held virtually on April 1, 2021, at 6:00 pm. The Women … Continue reading

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Seabrookers Are Reading…

Tidelines published more than 100 book suggestions in 2020 that showcased the variety of things that Seabrookers are reading. Even though it’s possible to venture out in our “new normal,” reading will likely continue to be a favored pastime of … Continue reading

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2021 Spring Book and Author Virtual Event

The Post and Courier’s Book & Author is the largest and most prestigious literary luncheon in the Southeast. The 28th annual event will be presented virtually on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, and will feature international best-selling authors Adriana Trigiani and … Continue reading

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Seabrookers Are Reading…

Tidelines published more than 100 book suggestions in 2020 that showcased the variety of things that Seabrookers are reading. Even though it’s possible to venture out in our “new normal,” reading will likely continue to be a favored pastime of … Continue reading

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CLS Speaker Series Continues in March

The Charleston Library Society’s Zoom Speaker Series continues with a variety of speakers including a music edition with Richard Bell. All programs are free but require an RSVP. For more information, click here. Hamilton: How the Music Remixes History Lecture … Continue reading

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CCPL: Conversation with Marie Bostwick March 2

Join CCPL virtually on March 2 at 6:00 pm for a conversation with author Marie Bostwick. Bostwick will discuss her newest novel The Restoration of Celia Fairchild, an enchanting and thoughtful narrative about a modern woman with modern struggles, among them divorce, … Continue reading

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Books, Books, Books

We know Seabrookers are readers because you’ve shared so many titles with us since we launched “Seabrookers Are Reading” in September 2019. Clearly, everyone is looking for good things to read. Please continue to send your titles to us. From … Continue reading

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CCPL: Read Across America March 1 – 5

Ready, Set, Read Across America! To celebrate the fun and value of reading with the children in your life, join Charleston County Public Library for daily virtual read-alouds with local guest readers to celebrate the annual National Education Association’s (NEA) Read … Continue reading

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CCPL: Virtual Book Discussion February 17

Participate in an in-depth virtual book discussion with an award winning author on Wednesday, February 17, 2021. CCPL and Spoleto Festival USA are partnering for three book discussions reflecting themes found in Spoleto’s opera Omar. This book discussion is the second in the series and … Continue reading

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