Wednesday, Sep 21, 2016 6:00 PM
102 Alabama St.
Carrollton, GA 30117
Please join us as we celebrate the release of Bremen native and author Nathan Weathington's new comic memoir Invasion of the Bastard Cannibals. Nathan will be on hand from 6pm to 7:30pm signing books and sharing stories.
Weathington's first book Where the Hell Were Your Parents? was a big hit when he toured the West Georgia area after its release in 2014. The true stories of he and his brother's unapologetically misanthropic pranks had readers and audiences laughing outloud as they came to truly understand the reason for the book's title. Copies of both books will be available for sale at the event
About the Author
Weathington has a bachelor of Civil Engineering from Auburn University and an MBA from the University of Victoria. He has worked as a civil engineer, bartender, math teacher, secretary, GM of usedeverywhere .com, founder of PostaNote.co.nz, and the publisher of several newspapers in British Columbia. As an up-and-coming media mogul, he responsibly decided to ditch his career to pursue the untold riches of becoming an author.
Nathan grew up in Bremen, Georgia, a small rural town that serves as the backdrop for his first book. While living in The Bahamas, he met his Canadian wife. He now lives with his family in New Zealand, where he pursues his obsession with fly fishing.
About Invasion of the Bastard Cannibals: And Other True Stories from a Southerner Beyond the Mason-Dixon
What would cause a man to leave his sheltered and conservative home in the rural South to move to the hippie-infested left coast of Canada? A woman, obviously.
In his second comic memoir, Nathan realizes that although he could make a homemade grenade as a ten-year-old, he is ill-equipped to handle a personal hygiene debate with cannibals, nude strippers on horseback, giant-scrotumed men in loincloths, or Ewoks who aggressively try to stick coffee up his rectum for no apparent reason. Follow Nathan s offbeat and absurd musings as he struggles to make sense of the world outside of Bremen, Georgia.