It has been quite the five-plus months since “Champions for Change: How the Mississippi State Bulldogs and Their Bold Coach Defied Segregation” was published by The History Press. I’ve had the opportunity to speak with many of y’all who have bought the book on a one-on-one basis, and that’s been great. I’ve also been fortunate to have great book events all over the place, including the chance to speak to civic clubs all around the state of Mississippi.
So, thank you. Very, very much.
All of which sounds like a preface to the end of the book, and that’s not the case. (Is there any way a book can end? Thought not.) But it is a preface to this: The book has been so successful that I only have a few dozen copies left in my stock, and I’d like to send those off to good homes sooner than later.
So here’s a deal: For all subsequent orders from this website, I won’t charge shipping and handling. How’s that? Remember, I’ll sign all copies ordered here. I’ll even personalize them if you enter in something for me to say.
And Memphians, take note: I’ll be signing and discussing the book on Thursday, March 21, at 6 p.m. at The Booksellers at Laurelwood. Come on by.