Book Signing at The Woodlands!

February 20, 2019

Join us at Black Walnut Cafe in The Woodlands to meet award-winning author, Lorrie Parise, on Monday, Feb. 25 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Parise will be signing copies of her book, “Biography of an Everyday Couple.” This nonfiction is an inspirational love story about Alice and Fidel Flores – an everyday couple who led extraordinary lives – and most importantly, Parise’s parents.

Books will be available for $15 and a portion of proceeds will benefit The Woodlands Lions Club, an organization that empowers volunteers to serve their communities.

What: Book signing with local author Lorrie Parise
When: Monday, Feb. 25, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: Black Walnut Cafe – 9000 New Trails Dr., The Woodlands, TX 77381

About Lorrie Parise:
Native Texan, Lorrie Parise, holds a MA degree in English – Communications from St. Mary’s University and a BA degree in Communication Studies from the University of St. Thomas.  She is employed in the fields of public relations, marketing and community relations. She enjoys performing folk guitar music as a hobby. Most importantly, she is the daughter of Fidel and Alice Flores.

About “Biography of an Everyday Couple: Turning Ordinary into Inspirational”:
Alice and Fidel Flores. One remarkable, everyday couple. One love. One story. Biography of an Everyday Couple takes the reader through a sentimental, motivational journey of inspiration, romance and happiness. This nonfiction story is an honest depiction of dealing with death and having the faith to know when it is time to let your loved one go. The reader experiences the lives of Alice and Fidel growing up in the small hometown of Floresville and the major metropolitan area of Houston, both in Texas. The romance tells a tale of love at first sight for the couple who met at an informal engagement party for Fidel. Yes, he was engaged to someone else! Like Alice and Fidel, there are so many people who believe they only lead ordinary, everyday lives and believe they don’t really make a difference. They do. They are extraordinary people. They just may not realize it.