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Author Book Signing- Yvonne Lehman & Penelope Carlevato

When:
August 16, 2018 @ 10:00 am – August 19, 2018 @ 5:00 pm
2018-08-16T10:00:00+00:00
2018-08-19T17:00:00+00:00
Where:
Titantic Museum and Attraction
2134 Parkway
Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
USA

 

Yvonne Lehman, Author of Hearts That Survive, Why? Moments

When: Thursday August 16th, 10a-5pm.
Location: Titanic Museum Attraction, Pigeon Forge, Tn.

Hearts That Survive is a Titanic love story that spans generations. It’s the tangled tale of a young railroad heiress and a toy train maker who take their wedding vows at sea on Titanic’s Grand Staircase. In their quest for happiness, their love affair goes beyond the barriers of 1912 society – and there’s a price to pay. On the night of the sinking, their fate was in the hands of God as they clung to the hope that their love was more powerful than pain and loss.

Yvonne Lehman is the award-winning author of 48 novels including mainstream, inspirational romance. She is founder of the Blue Ridge Christian Writers Conference.

Penelope Carlevato, Author of Tea on Titanic, First Class Etiquette and The Art of Afternoon Tea.

When: Thursday August 16th, 10a-5pm & Sunday August 19th, (afternoon only) Noon-5pm.
Location: Titanic Museum Attraction, Pigeon Forge, Tn.

Penelope Carlevato is an author, speaker, and culinary expert noted for her expertise – and her expert-teas. Founder of Penelope’s Tea Time, (www.PenelopesTeaTime.com) a blender and marketer of specialized teas; and co-hostess of the cable-TV program Cooking Up Wonders, Penelope has written a previous book on tea, The Perfect Cup, as well as many articles on the world’s favorite table beverage.

Born in England to a war bride, and reared in South Dakota, Penelope learned the arts of hospitality and the special role of teas and tea-time etiquette from her mum. She has expanded her proficiencies as an Ambassador of Tea – as a hostess of tea-time ministries, instructor of “The Art of the Afternoon Tea,” and guide of an annual “Taste of Britain” tea tour.

Penelope and her husband Norm live in Colorado, and are parents of three children and grandparents of nine future tea-lovers. Her background, and the universal fascination with the Titanic, “stirred” her interest to research the social ambiance and unique menus of Afternoon Teas and High Teas on the High Seas, 100 years ago. Tea on the Titanic is not just interesting history and surprising details about bygone times, but a collection of great recipes!

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