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Posts Tagged ‘book signing’

Palin: “Celebrating The Season” in Ft. Campbell (video)

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on November 25, 2013

SarahPAC has just released a lovely video highlighting Gov. Palin’s “Good Tidings and Great Joy” book tour stop in Ft. Campbell, Kentucky on November 15th.  I’ve said enough. Please watch the video and let it speak to your  heart.

 


h/t SarahPalinAK

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Billy Graham Library to Host Gov. Palin for Book Signing

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on November 24, 2013

Grahamlibrary1_13_12-06The Billy Graham Library has announced that Gov. Sarah Palin will bring her “Good Tidings and Great Joy; Protecting the Heart of Christmas” book tour their Charlotte, NC location on December 6th.  The following is the press release from The Billy Graham Library:

 

Former governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin, will be at the Billy Graham Library to sign copies of her new holiday book, Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas from 10 a.m. to noon on Friday, Dec. 6. Her book revisits our traditional roots and the true meaning of Christmas. It is a call to action to readers to defend and openly celebrate the joys of their Christianity, and to say to one another, “Merry Christmas!”

In Good Tidings and Great Joy, Palin calls for bringing back the freedom to express the Christian values of the season. She asserts the importance of preserving Jesus Christ in Christmas—in public displays, school concerts, pageants and our expressions to one another—and laments the over-commercialization and homogenization of Christmas in today’s society.

To reserve a signed book, come to Ruth’s Attic Bookstore at the Billy Graham Library. Upon purchasing a reserved book, you will receive a receipt and wristband while supplies last. You must bring the receipt and wristband to the book signing to gain access to the event and receive your book. No outside books will be allowed. No exceptions. No refunds. Limit 4 (four) signed books per person.

For more information, call 704-401-3200.

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Palin: “Good Tidings and Great Joy” Book Tour Stops Announced

Posted by Jackie Siciliano on November 6, 2013

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More stops after Thanksgiving?  How about New Jersey Gov. Palin?

From Sarah Palin’s Facebook page:

Looking forward to heading out on the first leg of our “Good Tidings and Great Joy” book tour! I wanted to share with you some of the pre-Thanksgiving schedule and details. (More to come!) We look forward to seeing you on the road, having the opportunity to spread the positive message of this book and really share in the true spirit of the Christmas season. I promise we can make these fun events for all! While our schedule is pretty packed, we plan to stop by local charities that embrace the spirit of Christmas year ’round to thank them and highlight their good work. And you never know when we’ll “Go Rogue” and pop up somewhere else. Merry Christmas! Can’t wait to see you!

– Sarah Palin

Here is the schedule of the first leg of the book tour. Please feel free to share the graphic that goes with it:

*TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12th:

Bethlehem, PA (6:00 – 8:00 PM)
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
4445 Southmont Way
Easton, PA 18045

*WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13th:

Columbus, OH (12:00 – 2:00 PM)
Book Store TBA

Grand Rapids, MI (6:00 – 8:00 PM)
Barnes & Noble Booksellers – Woodland Mall
3195 28th Street SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49512

*THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14th:

Wausau, WI (10:00 AM – 12:00 PM)
Walmart Supercenter
4300 Rib Mountain Drive
Wausau, WI 54401

*FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15th:

Fort Campbell, KY (10:00 AM – 12:00 PM)
Fort Campbell Exchange
2840 Bastogne Ave
Fort Campbell, KY 42223

Fort Benning, GA (6:00 – 8:00 PM)
Fort Benning Exchange
BLDG 9220 Marne Rd
Fort Benning, GA 31905

*SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th:

Naples, FL (10:00 AM – 12:00 PM)
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
5377 Tamiami Trail
Naples, FL 34108

*MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18th:

The Villages, FL (10:00 AM – 12:00 PM)
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
1055 Old Camp Road
The Villages, FL 32162

Pensacola, FL (6:00 – 8:00 PM)
Books-A-Million
6235 North Davis Highway
Pensacola, FL 32504

*TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19th:

Plano, TX (10:30 AM – 12:30 PM)
Costco
1701 Dallas Pkwy
Plano, TX 75093-4520

*WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20th:

Tyler, TX (10:00 AM – 12:00 PM)
Sam’s Club
2025 S. SW Loop 323
Tyler, TX 75701

Edmond, OK (6:00 – 8:00 PM)
Mardel Christian & Education Supply
330 S. Boulevard St.
Edmond, OK 73013

*THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21st:

Kansas City, KS (6:00 – 8:00 PM)
Barnes & Noble Booksellers – Oak Park Mall
11149 W. 95th Street
Overland Park, KS 66214

*FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd:

Omaha, NE (10:30 AM – 12:30 PM)
Costco
12300 West Dodge Rd.
Omaha, NE 68154-2382

Minneapolis, MN (6:00 – 8:00 PM)
Mall of America
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
60 E. Broadway
Bloomington, MN 54425

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Video: Washington TV Station’s Delightful Report On Sarah Palin’s Dad’s Visit To Promote Book: “She’s Punished For Being Incorruptible”

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on October 11, 2012

VIEW VIDEO HERE

Sarah Palin’s family in town to promote new book

By Whitney Ward Published: Oct 10, 2012 at 11:16 PM PDT

RICHLAND — As the campaign season continues to ramp up, there is one voice we haven’t heard much: Sarah Palin.

But she was the “talk of the town” Wednesday night in Richland. Palin’s father and brother are authors of a new book about the Sarah they know. The two held a signing event at the Richland Hasting’s.

“She’s my little sister,” says Chuck Heath, Jr. “I want them to see Sarah as I saw her.”

Father, Chuck Heath, and brother, Chuck Heath, Jr. have been working for the last year, collecting their personal stories and documenting Sarah’s life and the Alaska experiences they say shaped the women she became.

Heath, Sr. says, “We wanted to set people straight on Sarah. There’s been so much garbage written about her.”

It’s a sentiment many supporters share in the Tri Cities, and exactly why they wanted to get their hands on the Heath’s new book, “Our Sarah: Made in Alaska.”

“The truth is,” says Richland resident Judy Keplinger, “It appears to me, that she’s being punished for being incorruptible. And I want to read how she got that way.”

The father and son duo also say some of the stories in their personal account highlight a Tri Cities connection.

“We didn’t have any money as a kid, and once in a while, we got to take a vacation,” recalls Heath, Jr. “And probably two or three times, our vacation was to come to the Tri Cities and hang out in Richland. So, this place just floods me with memories.”

And with family, friends, and fans by their side, those memories continue.

The book hit shelves two weeks ago. It’s foreword was written by Sarah Palin herself.

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Heaths’ book signing in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho near Gov. Palin’s birthplace

Posted by Dr. Fay on October 9, 2012

Sold on 'Sarah'

Excellent article by Bill Buley at CDAPRess.com about the Heaths’ book signing in Coeur d’Alene, which is about 46 miles from Sand Point, Idaho, where Governor Palin was born and where Chuck Sr. taught before they moved to Alaska.

Sold on ‘Sarah’

Palin’s father, brother draw crowd for book signing

Posted: Tuesday, October 9, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 8:57 am, Tue Oct 9, 2012.

By BILL BULEY/Staff writer | 2 comments

COEUR d’ALENE – Karen White had one reason for being among the first in line Monday night to listen to Sarah Palin’s father and brother pitch their book, “Our Sarah: Made in Alaska.”

“Because I like Sarah Palin,” the Coeur d’Alene woman said, holding two copies of the $24.99 hardback written by Chuck Heath Sr. and Chuck Heath Jr.

White bought one for herself and one for a friend, and had both autographed by Sarah’s dad and brother.

“They’re down-to-earth people,” she said.

[…]

They laughed often – “Anybody that calls me Mr. Palin, I charge them a dollar. I could be rich on that,” Heath Sr. said, grinning.

But they also often expressed frustration with the media they accused of twisting words and making up stories about Sarah Palin and her family.

“Most of the stuff written about us is totally untrue,” Chuck Jr. said.

“You guys that know her personally, she is as regular as anybody you will ever meet,” he added

Heath Sr. said since his daughter was named the Republican nominee for vice president in August 2008, life in some ways remained the same and in others, it changed.

He still hangs out with the same “renegade” friends and drinks the same beer on sale. But their privacy suffered.

For a time, they received 200 to 300 calls a day. And one day, at their home in Wasilla, Alaska, 81 reporters stopped by. There were threats, too.

It wasn’t easy to handle.

“We look at ourselves as just a common, ordinary family,” said Chuck Heath Sr., who grew up in Hope and graduated from Sandpoint High School in 1956. “We are not political. Where Sarah got this political ambition, we really don’t know.”

He said he also doesn’t know his daughter’s game plan.

“We don’t know what she’s going to do tomorrow. She’s very unpredictable. You’ll be seeing her again, I guarantee that,” he said.

Chuck Jr. defended his sister’s decision to resign as governor of Alaska in July 2009.

Once she got the vice-president nod in 2008, life changed. The media invaded Alaska. Reporters, they said, invited kids into ice cream shops and paid them to dig up dirt on Sarah’s children. What they couldn’t confirm for a story, they reported anyway.

He said her detractors filed 27 ethics charges – all eventually tossed out – against her when she was in office. It was not only costing from $25,000 to $50,000 of her own money to defend each one, she was unable to effectively carry out her duties as governor.

She was not, he insisted, a quitter.

“They have no idea how hard that was for her to make that decision, and she did it for the people in Alaska,” Chuck Jr. said.

He said Sarah only cares about what’s best for the people.

“She’s still that way. She’s not loyal to one party or another. It’s get a job done and let’s work together, and forget all this nonsense on the side,” he said, then adding, “which is what our country kind of needs right now.”

Shirley Greene drove up from Moscow to meet the Heath men and buy the book because she, too, is a huge Sarah Palin fan. She said Chuck Heath’s mother, Marie, was her teacher in Hope.

“I’m excited to hear some more stories,” said the Sandpoint High School graduate.

When John McCain chose Palin to be his running mate, Greene went to Henderson, Nev., to work on their campaign.

She believes Palin still has a political career ahead – if she wants it.

“Whatever she does, she does well. She’ll be OK. I think people underestimate her at times,” Greene said.

[…]

The Heaths are planning a second book, this one to focus on hunting, fishing and gold mining.

But as novice authors, they knew their first book had to focus on a famous family member: Sarah Palin.

“Our editor said, ‘You aren’t going to sell any books unless you have Sarah on the cover,'” Chuck Sr. said.

Read more.

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Chuck Heath, Sr. and Chuck, Jr. on Good Day Orlando

Posted by Adrienne Ross on October 2, 2012

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

While in Florida on their Our Sarah: Made in Alaska book tour, the Heaths–father and son–did a television interview on Good Day Orlando on FOX 35. This is excellent! Check it out:

WATCH VIDEO HERE

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Chuck Heath, Sr. and Chuck, Jr.’s First Book Signing Stop–Rochester, NY

Posted by Adrienne Ross on October 1, 2012

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

I gave a little taste here, but the Rochester, NY event with Chuck Heath, Sr. and Chuck, Jr. requires more detail. They arrived after being delayed several hours at JFK, causing them to miss an NBC television interview that night. It was raining rather hard, but it would have taken more than that to require such a lengthy delay. Interestingly enough, they never found out why they were delayed for so long.

I made the four plus hour drive up to Rochester Friday evening and was excited to do so. I arrived at Barnes and Noble before 1:00 p.m. Saturday, which was the time the book signing was scheduled to start. Prior to the event, word had already gone out that the media had chosen not to give this book signing any publicity. One reporter supposedly said advertising it would be an exercise in “bias.” Another pretended they wanted a press release at the last minute, although I soon learned that when they had been approached before, they said they weren’t interested. When they got that press release, they did nothing with it. Then you have the Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester’s big time newspaper, which also didn’t do its part. As Chuck, Jr. said, perhaps their name says it all. The bottom line is the authors should be able to show up and meet and greet people, sign autographs, and discuss their book, without worrying about the publicity end of things. Publicists have to do the heavy work ahead of time, and as this situation shows, they must be relentless in following up with media that don’t want to comply. They must ride the media and refuse to take “no” for an answer. Gone are the days when people can just expect members of the media to do their job.

I am left with two predominant feelings after my time with the Heaths yesterday. First, I am more baffled by–and impatient with–those who have demonized the Heaths and Palins, who have done everything in their power to promote lies and tear them down. These people are clueless, and their assessments are flat out wrong. Second, I am more determined than ever to continue this fight to stand behind the Heaths and Palins, to combat the lies, and to budge not one inch in my commitment to promote their integrity, defend their character, and pray for their well-being.

This really is my only regret. The Heaths deserved a New York welcome with crowds around the corner. This book merits that, and their hard work merits that. It’s not like they don’t have ample support in that part of New York. Everywhere they went, they ran into supporters of Governor Palin who had heard nothing about the book signing. I wish they would have received the welcome they deserved.

Having said that, the event was wonderful for those who attended. They made each one feel special and appreciated. They signed, talked, took pictures, and was as gracious as we have come to expect from the Heaths and the Palins.

I was glad to be able to help with the book signing. I took books from those in line, turned them to the title page, and passed them on to be autographed. I snapped pictures. I was able to meet people, and several talked about reading some of my writing or following me on Facebook. It was humbling, and I enjoyed every moment. It was Governor Palin’s father and brother they came to see, however, and they relished their time with them.

The Chucks arrived early, and they remained at the signing table past their scheduled time. Afterwards, they said they were going to take a stroll to the supermarket, Wegman’s, and asked if anyone wanted to follow them over. This is the kind of people they are–just regular, down to earth folks. A few of us made plans to meet them at their hotel later that evening and go out to dinner. They rode with me to the restaurant, and my thought was, “Man! I should have vacuumed my car!” Before they got in the car, though, they identified it and said, “That must be your car.” The Palin bumper stickers gave it away!

Dinner was going to be at the Olive Garden because the Heaths had never eaten there before, but when we arrived, we learned that the wait was going to be almost an hour. The Heaths had a phone interview to do in a couple hours, so we decided to go next door to Applebee’s. We had a short wait there, but spent the time talking, laughing, and watching football.

Over dinner, Chuck, Sr. and Jr. talked about Governor Palin, their new book, the Kate Gosselin episode of Sarah Palin’s Alaska (That was surely interesting!), and other things. I learned some things I never knew, and I enjoyed the company tremendously. Both men are very humble, still find this life they’re living now to be surreal, and obviously think the world of Governor Palin. Sometimes the hardest people to win over are members of one’s own family. Sometimes winning the respect of family is harder than winning the respect of strangers. This is definitely not the case with this family. They are so proud of what Governor Palin has accomplished, and they readily acknowledge her as a person of integrity, courage, and Christian values. Her deep commitment to doing what’s right, something they say she possessed even at a young age, is not lost on them at all. It’s also not anything new. She was guided by this even as a mayor and governor. It is refreshing to hear such pride and trust in their voices as they speak of her. It is natural, therefore, that the abuse she has taken these last few years rubs them the wrong way, to say the least. This book is one step toward setting the record straight.

I learned stories that were edited out of the book. Come to find out the book was about 1,000 pages long before the editor scaled it down. Chuck, Sr. said some of the best stories, he feels, ended up on the editing floor. Not to worry, however. What remains is very good. It hasn’t been that long since I read Our Sarah and wrote the review, and already I want to read it again.

I love that we all held hands and prayed when our meals came. I love that we ate, drank, and laughed heartily. I love that we sat there conversing with ease: Chuck, Jr., Chuck, Sr., Deb, Tim, Lori, Deb, and yours truly. The Heaths are such regular folks, so real and unassuming. I couldn’t help but think that even the haters would’ve forgotten their anti-Palin/Heath fatuity after just five minutes sitting at that table with these salt of the earth Alaskans.

I wore my Alaska Grown sweatshirt; Chuck, Sr. wore a Wasilla, Alaska shirt; and Lori wore her Wasilla Warriors t-shirt. Here we all were in New York, but we were representing the Last Frontier in conversation, company, and clothing.

I now enter a new week with new memories and with a renewed commitment to remain in this fight. The Heaths made New York the first stop on their book tour, having written a book that shares the truth about Governor Palin and illustrates the actions and adventures of their family. They left New York having made many of us feel like more a part of their family than we already did, and as all good families say to one another, so say we to them: “We’ve got your back.”

New York was the start, but the Heaths are traveling the country. Please be there when they come to your state. Show your support during this book tour. Governor Palin reminded us today of their book signing schedule. Please check it out here and make plans to attend.

Enjoy a few more pictures. Some of these are courtesy of yours truly. Others are courtesy of Deb Farrell Howard, Joyce Wiedrich, Katie DiFrancesco, Deb Heisler, and Lori Brenneman.

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A Taste of Our Sarah: Made in Alaska Book Signing in Rochester

Posted by Adrienne Ross on September 30, 2012

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Yesterday was the first day of Chuck Heath, Sr. and Chuck Heath, Jr’s book tour for their newly released book, Our Sarah: Made in Alaska. Governor Palin’s father and brother traveled to Rochester, NY after a week of media appearances in New York City.

I made the trip to Rochester to participate in this event. You’ve just got to love the Heaths. It is obvious why Governor Palin is such an amazing person. She gets it honest, as they say. I’m hitting the road, heading out of Rochester and back home, so I will share more later. In the meantime, I will share two pictures below. I have already posted a number of pictures on Facebook, as have others, but enjoy these two here.

To read Chuck, Jr’s accounts of their time in Rochester, please click here, here, here, and here. He has a way with words–and he’s hilarious! Read/see pictures about everything from underwear, to dinner, to the “massive crowd” at the book signing.

Check it out:

More to come…

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Bristol Palin Reflects on Her Book Signing and the CPAC 2012 Convention

Posted by Dr. Fay on July 7, 2012

Earlier this week, Bristol gave us some interesting  insights into the CPAC 2012 conference from the viewpoint of a Palin daughter:

On Second Thought: Episode 5, Ms. Palin Goes to Washington

July 5, 2012 By Bristol Palin 138 Comments

This was the scene before Mom came out to speak at CPAC.

Trust me, it’s crazy to see your life on television. That’s why every week, I’m going to do a blog posts called “On Second Thought.” These posts are where I will go over the episodes of my Lifetime show as I process the issues presented now that I’ve seen them aired.  I hope you’ll join me for these weekly posts – which will undoubtedly be part-confession, part-explanation, and part-celebration of my life right now!

Episode Five, Air Date: July 3, 2012

Washington, DC is not my type of place. I don’t love being up to my neck in politics, and it’s hard not to be in the nation’s capital.  However, it was worth flying down to do a book signing and to see Mom speak.

As many of you know, “Not Afraid of Life” came out last year.  (It hit the New York Times best sellers list!!) That meant, I spent much time at book stores around the country signing copies of my books and meeting fans.  I met people who voted for my mom in 2008, who voted for me on Dancing with the Stars, and who generally loved all things Palin.  I don’t thank you guys enough, but I do appreciate all of you who’ve stuck by me throughout all the drama.  You’re the best, and I loved meeting some of you face to face.

The booksigning in Washington was a little more nerve wracking than normal.  As soon as we got into DC, we saw Occupy Wall Street had set up protests outside our hotel.  They were screaming, yelling, and trying to get inside to disrupt the events.  Since the book signing was pretty close to the hotel, would they follow us? Thankfully, we had a wonderful – and gigantic! – security guard and no one caused trouble.  Once again, I was happy to meet so many fans in person.

I’d never attended the American Conservative Union’s CPAC, but it apparently is the most energetic conference of the year.  There were thousands of people there, yelling for their candidates.  This was before the Republicans had selected a nominee, so groups of supporters could be seen at the conference shouting each other down.  “Santorum!” one group would shout, only to be shouted down by another group shouting, “Romney!”  It was really crazy.

Of course, Mom wasn’t running for anything, but excitement seems to follow her. After our book signing, we went back to the hotel and got ready for Mom’s speech.  As you may have noticed during her 2008 Vice Presidential run, she loves to interact with people.  She shakes hands, hugs babies, and talks to everyone.  Willow and I don’t necessarily love this about her, especially when Occupy Wall Street was looming in everyone’s minds.  Would they get inside?  Would the police be able to keep them out?

As we settled into our seats, the room was completely packed, with lines of people snaking around the hallways as they waited to get in.  All of the other candidates had given speeches before Mom, but no one can captivate an audience quite like she can.  It’s hard to tell from the footage that Lifetime captured just how loud the room was.  They must’ve only had a microphone on Mom, but the audience was absolutely deafening as they clapped and yelled for her.  She had more standing ovations than I could count!

Then, an activist for Occupy Wall Street interrupted her speech.  I couldn’t tell what the protester screamed, but I could tell he was not yelling “Amen!” When the activist interrupted her, everyone went crazy, shouting “USA! USA!” They weren’t about to let him be able to steal the spotlight.

Mom handled it with her usual charm, and I was so proud of her.  She really has an amazing gift.  I might not have recognized it as she was nagging me to keep my dirty clothes off the floor of my room when I was a kid, but in a room the size of that auditorium?  It’s undeniable.  She can energize an audience like no one else.

Mainly, of course, she’s just mom to me.

When we got back to the room, Willow and I surprised her with a cake.  We knew we’d celebrate later with our family, but we wanted her to know that we remembered her birthday.  Our time with Mom in the hotel room provided some of the most memorable lines of the show so far:

Willow: I’d never want to live in DC.

Mom: Why?

Willow: Liberals!

And then, when Mom told her that she needed to “give hairdressers a good name,” she said, “I got into one of the top beauty schools!”

I love this episode, because it showed us for really what we are.  A typical American family, which finds itself in the most unique circumstances imaginable.

That’s why it’s always exciting to be a Palin!

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ADN Posts Pics of Governor Palin’s Anchorage Book Signing

Posted by Adrienne Ross on December 18, 2010

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Today Governor Palin did what has been announced as the last book signing for her new book, America By Heart: Reflections on Family, Faith, and Flag. As she did with Going Rogue, she saved her favorite for last, ending the tour in her beloved state of Alaska. Today’s book signing was in Anchorage.

The ADN has posted some pictures. You can view their photo gallery here.

(h/t Ian Lazaran)

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