Thursday, June 8, 2:00 p.m. on the Library lawn
About the Book:
Delvin Davis is an NFL coach on his way to the Hall of Fame when an egregious Super Bowl blunder costs him everything. Humiliated and running from haters, he’s exiled to a woebegone fishing town in Maine and relegated to coaching eight-man high school football with flimsy hopes of returning to the spotlight.
Battling rival teams, a new nemesis, and his ruined reputation, Davis decides to make a run for the local high school principal’s heart. As Davis tries to turn the Spring Harbor Warriors into a winning team on the shoulders of his star quarterback, a girl named Lefty, he discovers that football may be secondary to the love of his life.
About the author:
Charlie Britton grew up on Southport Island and attended local schools. His self-published debut novel, “Eight-Man Cowboy” (under the pen name C.W. Wells), has garnered strong reviews and been a consistent seller on Amazon. Britton was one of the country’s leading independent school educators and now serves as an educational consultant. He lives on Southport with his wife, Jen. Britton was offered a publishing contract for his next novel, LONESTAR, which debuted this spring.
During his talk, Britton will discuss the writing and publishing process.