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Book Vine hosts Book Signing July 22

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Matthew Harding's book, "Introductions...a story about God," will be introduced to the Cherokee community during a book signing event at the Book Vine, Main Street, Cherokee, on Thursday, July 22 at 5 p.m.

Introductions... Matthew Harding (left), author of 'Introductions...a story about God," will be at The Book Vine this Thursday at 5 p.m. for a book signing event. "The book is a 'what-if' story about the power of our choices in shaping our reality," said Harding. "It's about knowing that we have the choice to be happy everyday." A significant point in the book's plot takes place in Cherokee, a place about which Harding and his wife, Abby (right), have fond memories. Abby is the granddaughter of Stan and Lou Sitzmann of Cherokee and the late Hope Leese of Cherokee. Photo by Katie Carnes
The book stemmed from Harding's post-college research interests. After studying philosophy and sociology at Arizona State University, Harding began the ultimate research project into God, eternity, and this world. The results became his story.

His tale follows the footsteps of Alex Walker, a process consultant who finds a mysterious old book in a crowded airport claiming to be a story about God. Inside the book, Alex discovers the answers to questions he never thought to ask about choices, love, enlightenment and the truth about the human experience.

The book was released on July 12 by Hybris Think Tank Publishing, a publishing firm based in Mesa, Ariz.

For more details or to order a copy of the book, visit the website www.hybristhinktank.com, call in credit card orders to (623)341-8925, fax an order to (480)659-4938, or visit the Book Vine on July 22 to discuss the book's ideas with their creator and grab your own copy of the story, complete with the author's autograph

Author Harding's wife, Abby is the granddaughter of Stan and Lou Sitzmann of Cherokee and the late Hope Leese.

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