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Audio Book Signing At ASHA Convention



Author and actress Linda Light will be signing the audio version of her book "Passions and Prejudice: The Secrets of Spindletop" during the ASHA annual convention on Saturday February 19, 2011 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm. The signing will take place at the American Saddlebred Museum’s booth located in the vendor hall outside the meeting rooms at the Marriott Griffin Gate Hotel, 1800 Newtown Pike in Lexington, KY.

The print version of "Passions and Prejudice" has been out of print for 10 years and is no longer available. If you want to learn the ‘Secrets of Spindletop’, this is the only way to do so!

Ms. Light reads and dramatizes the book in its entirety and also includes a never before published section at the end called "The Story Behind The Story". The audio book is comprised of five 80 minute long CD’s for a total of over 6 ½ hours of listening time. The audio book retails for $29.95 plus tax. As always, Museum members receive a 10% discount.

For those not able to attend the convention, audio books can be pre-purchased by calling the Museum at 800-829-4438 between 9 and 5 EST or ordered on the Museum’s website www.asbmuseum.org/gift_shop. If ordering online, please include in the "special instructions" area how you would like your copy signed by Ms. Light. Orders will be shipped out via UPS the week of February 21, 2011. A shipping and handling fee of $10 will be charged. For more information, contact Lynn Morris at 859-259-2746 ext. 309 or lynn@asbmuseum.org.  

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