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Photo Gallery | FoxTale Book Shoppe transforms to the FoxTale Diner for one night

WOODSTOCK, Ga. -- FoxTale Book Shoppe is known throughout the country for throwing great book signings, but on a recent Saturday evening, they took it to the next level, turning the indie bookstore into the FoxTale Diner to welcome New York Times bestselling author Edward Kelsey Moore to the Atlanta area.

Moore is the author of The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat, a story about three friends spanning several decades. As the ladies celebrate the joys and sorrows in life, the friendships grow deeper and the love the reader feels for the characters grows stronger.

Each of the Foxes -- Karen Schwettman, Jackie Tanase, and Ellen Ward -- transformed themselves into the three leads Barbara Jean, Clarice and Odette and acted out an improv skit and even sang. The FoxTale Diner welcomed about 60 guests for the the outrageous and exciting book signing event. Author Moore said he was been given a warm welcome at other events but nothing quite like this.

FoxTale Book Shoppe is in its 6th year in downtown Woodstock. It is located in the same center as Vingenzo's, The Leaning Ladder and Kara Christian Salon adjacent to the Gazebo in Woodstock City Park. To learn more about FoxTale, visit its website at www.foxtalebookshoppe.com.