Memphis, TN (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
Lonz Cook, B.B. King, and Memphis Minnie all have one thing in common, their love for Beale Street Blues. The celebrated author of “When Love Evolves;” a traditionally published novel by Sterling and Ross Cambridge House Press, takes his National book tour to Memphis, TN. Lonz is excited about his future appearance at The Booksellers at Laurelwood 387 Perkins Extended Memphis, TN 38117 Saturday October 13th 1pm. Readers will enjoy the book excerpts, be entertained by Lonz wit and charm, and have their books autographed. Lonz shares true to life fiction via the romance genre. Lonz weaves social behavior throughout his stories as they define women in their quest for love. Also, Lonz will accompany Memphis contest winners to dinner at the Blue City Café.
A reader’s review of “When Love Evolves”: Regi Smith "Steelers Chick" (Augusta, GA, US) --
Fantastic book...again great story line and expansions of the characters from "Good Guys Finish Last." The book was amazing, well written and edited. The characters were believable and made you feel as if you knew them. Rodney (main male character) is a man any woman would be happy to have. He explains love in ways that make you wish he was real! There is love, deception, romance, loss, hurt, pain and every emotion in between. Great job Mr. Cook!!
The author is also a technology specialist and adjunct professor at Keller Graduate School of Management, DeVry University in Atlanta, GA. In addition, his creativity helped Marines passionately communicate with loved ones during long deployments. Along his career, friends and relatives repeatedly encouraged him to write creatively producing his first book “Good Guys Finish Last.” Atlanta-based novelist Lonz Cook released his third paperback “When Love Evolves,” May 2011. He also authored readers favorite “A Choice to Yield,” released May 2009.
Blues City Cafe opened in March of 1991 under the name of "Doe's Eat Place." In the early 90's, Blues City Cafe developed a menu and consistent items that would work for the Memphis and Beale Street locals, tourists, etc. Ribs became the focal point, as they are today, and other items were added over the years, such as our steaks, catfish and tamales. In October of 1993, investors bought Doe's and changed the name to Blues City Café, the #1 business at the #1 tourist attraction in Tennessee.