We’re no longer planning to be under the big tent. The new site is right across the street from Village Pantry. If you’re in Morristown, Indiana between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. on July 28, 2018, come by and see Lis’Anne! There will be books available for sale, or bring yours to have them signed by the author. 🤗
Save the date!
Saturday, July 28, 2018
Lis’Anne’s first ever book signing will be at her hometown’s famous Morristown Derby Days celebration! A 5-mile Run/Walk kicks off the day followed by a cool parade – she’ll be on her class float celebrating her 35th year high school reunion! Then the 71st annual Boy Scouts Soap Box Derby Race in the middle of downtown Morristown shuts down U.S. Highway 52 for another few hours as the contestants speed down the hill in their wooden cars vying to get their name in the record book. Head west of town to the school campus for carnival rides and games and the Lion’s Club Fish Fry. You’ll find her booth under the big tent! She’ll have books for sale and some fun giveaways!
Check out this goodie bag the grand prize winner received just for signing up for Lis’Anne’s newsletter!
The next grand prize won’t be so girly-girl. You might even find a tool or two hidden in the depths of the bag. 😁
Revenant Acres Farm is an old haunted farmhouse located in the tiny burg of Charlottesville, Indiana, about 35 miles east of Indianapolis on US-40 (aka Historic National Road). The area was platted in 1830 and in 1867 was large enough to be incorporated into a town, but is no longer. Lots of little communities just like this dot this old route to the west and I’m sure they’re filled with cool abandoned imagery and haunted happenings.
On my recent vacation home to visit family in Indiana, my sister and I were tooling down the road on the way to our step-momma place on the Ohio River. Every time we go there together, our drive takes us through a town called Greensburg. We’ve discovered we can’t go through that town without picking up the most awesome pizza ever from a restaurant called Pizza King.
These are some images from my trip home in July, 2013. Most are from my husband’s little home town of Manilla, Indiana, which I didn’t even know existed just 10 miles or so southeast of my little home town until I met him when he began working in my home town. How crazy is that? I immediately fell in love with the people, the buildings, and the history.
I would love to see the remaining buildings restored and brought back to life – and even those that are long gone rebuilt and turned into thriving businesses once again. A girl can dream.
During a visit to my old hometown, my mom, Nancy, took me on a trip down memory lane – literally. We traveled every single road and alley, reminiscing over who lived where when she was young while I added my recollections from my youth.