Saturday, May 9, 2009

Sam Haskell at Margaret Mitchell House May 12th

You may have seen author Sam Haskell on national TV shows such as The Today Show, CBS This Morning, Fox and Friends, and Tavis Smiley over the past two weeks but Tuesday visitors will have the chance to see him live at the Lit Center at Margaret Mitchell House as he discusses his book, Promises I Made My Mother.

Watch Today's Matt Laurer talk to Sam Haskell.
Location and Time
Tuesday, May 12th; 7:00 PM
The Lit Center at Margaret Mitchell House
990 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309
404.249.7015

Admission
$5 members; $10 non-members

About the Book
"What would my mother say?" Sam Haskell, former Worldwide Head of Television for the William Morris Agency, asked himself that question more than once in his life. During his long career, Haskell handled some of the hottest stars and packaged some of the highest-rated shows on television. A Mississippi native, Haskell's devoted and indomitable mother, Mary, instilled in him values of faith, integrity, and honor. As a result, this small-town boy became successful beyond his dreams and his roots and values guide him to this day. In Promises I Made My Mother, Haskell reveals how the pledge he made his mother to live a decent life allowed him to thrive as both a husband and father as well as in the competitive, shark-infested waters of Hollywood.

Reservations are requested. To make a reservation or for additional information, call 404.814.4150.
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