Emerging Voices Series presents Barbara Frances
14 October, 2017 –
Sententia Vera Cultural Hub's mission is to advocate and support our community's creatives and entrepreneurs. The Emerging Voices Series presents community members that have created, written, and/or produced a diverse voice for the first time.
On Saturday come listen to Barbara Frances.
With a lifetime of stories, Barbara grew up on a small Texas farm and at fifteen enrolled as an aspirant in a convent boarding school. After changing her mind, she went to college and earned a degree in English and Theatre Arts.
Barbara will be reading from LIKE I USED TO DANCE, a novel based on memories and front-porch tales from her childhood.
A sparkling, richly human novel taking you back to a time when Ike was president and life was slower, but people were the same as now. Written with compassion, humor and suspense, LIKE I USED TO DANCE will charm you, warm you and even squeeze a few tears, from its opening number to the last waltz.
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