Hmm, books on our shelves that have the author's autograph in them: Sarah Vowell's Take the Cannoli, Augusten Burrough's Dry, Robert M. Quackenbush's Detective Mole and the Tip-Top Mystery (thank you Scholastic Book Fair). Hell, we might even possess a signed hardback copy of Jackie Collins' Lovers & Players (we swear that Sharpie incident was strictly work-related). Here's one we can't say we'd ever expect to find a signature inside: Surviving Suicide by Heather Hays. The KDFW-Channel 4 news anchor has offered insight on a topic so personaland normally privatewe'd never expect a line of people to form, books opened to the title page. And yet, the book has made such a positive and inspiring impact among those left behind by siblings, spouses and parents that have committed suicide, that's exactly what will happen 2 p.m. Saturday at Barnes & Noble, 14999 Preston Road. Call 972-661-8068.
Sat., March 11, 2 p.m.