This post is written by Megumi Robinson of Geben Communication.
It’s no secret that Central Ohio isn’t the warmest place to be in February, so Thurber House , a nonprofit literary museum and center located in the former home of writer and cartoonist James Thurber, is bringing warmth and sunshine to Columbus through New York Times bestselling author Tim Dorsey .
On Feb. 22, Thurber House’s Evenings with Authors series welcomes Dorsey as he shares from his newest book, Pineapple Grenade, set in sunny Miami, Fla. His fifteenth novel features Serge Storms, the hero of Dorsey’s stories, and the series of events he finds himself in including getting involved with Homeland Security, umbrella drinks, a dictator, murder and madcap adventure. The reading begins at 7:30 p.m. and is at the Columbus Museum of Art . (Click here for more details.)
We’re giving you the chance win a pair of tickets to hear Tim share from his hilarious new novel, ask questions and meet and greet with him after the event during a book signing.
Here’s how to win: Leave a comment below, or tweet at us (@ExpCols ) with the best book you’ve read this winter to be entered to win a pair of tickets to Evenings with Authors featuring Tim Dorsey. All entries must be posted by Thursday, Feb. 9 . One entry per person, please. We’ll randomly select the winners and notify you if you’ve won by Feb. 10.