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Annalisa Daughety, author of several books, will be at Freed-Hardeman University Monday, Oct. 19, to speak at 10:30am in Loyd Auditorium. She is also scheduled to speak as a part of the Ayers Center for Student Leadership Series at 4:00pm in Ayers Auditorium located in the university’s Brown-Kopel Business Center on the subject of “Self-Leadership.”
Daughety, an FHU alumna and former staff member, has written several books of Christian fiction. Her book, “Love Finds You in Charm, Ohio,” was made into a television movie for UP Network. The movie will be shown in the FHU Crews Activity Center at 7:30pm, Oct. 19.
The author’s latest work, “Kelly’s Charm,” is a novella released June 25, 2015. It is the first in the “Seasons of Charm Novella Series.” She also has signed a contract with Guidepost for future publications. Some of her other works include “Love Finds You in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania,” “Love Finds You at Home for Christmas” and the “Walk in the Park” series.
After working for the National Park Service, Daughety was inspired to write the “Walk in the Park” series; each of the books in the series is set in a different national park. The first book, “Love Is a Battlefield,” was set in West Tennessee’s Shiloh National Military Park.
One can learn more about Daughety and her work at annalisadaughety.com. More information about the Leadership Series or the Ayers Center for Student Leadership, is available at www.fhu.edu or by contacting Trent McManus, director, at email@example.com.
More than 100 Freed-Hardeman University students are scheduled to receive degrees Friday evening, Dec. 14. Commencement exercises will begin at 6:00pm...
You are invited to pray with FHU/Memphis beginning Monday. You'll find details below.
(1)Women's Basketball - Won 92-41 over Harris-Stowe State University