Book signing set for 'As Good As She Imagined' Author and Mom Roxanna Green

TUCSON, AZ (January 31, 2012) - Celebrating the life of her daughter, Roxanna Green will share Christina-Taylor’s inspiring story and sign copies of As Good As She Imagined, the newly released book at a Delaware book-signing event this weekend:

  • Saturday, February 4 at 4pm: Barnes and Noble located at Christiana Mall, 350 Christiana Mall in Newark

As Good As She Imagined is Roxanna’s personal account of her daughter’s life detailing the events leading up to the January 8, 2011 tragic shooting in Arizona that would take Christina-Taylor’s life as well as the lives of five others and gravely injure Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and 13 others. With the help of best-selling author Jerry B. Jenkins, Roxanna shares her family’s journey of faith during a time of unspeakable tragedy.

Some of the proceeds from the book benefit the Christina-Taylor Green Memorial Foundation, established to honor the life and memory of Roxanna and John Green’s daughter through charitable and educational projects that reflect and embody her interests, values and dreams. The Foundation will be issuing a call for Grant Proposals in the spring of 2012. The goal is to give out approximately $100,000 in grant money for multiple small projects.

About the Authors:

Roxanna Green, a home health care nurse, now serves as CEO of the Christina-Taylor Green Foundation. Her husband, John, is National Crosschecker in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Scouting Department. They have a son, Dallas, 12, and their daughter, Christina-Taylor, would have been 10 on the tenth anniversary of 9/11. Christina-Taylor’s grandfather is former Phillies manager Dallas Green.

Jerry B. Jenkins is a New York Times best-selling novelist (Left Behind Series) and biographer (Billy Graham, Hank Aaron, Walter Payton, Orel Hershiser, Nolan Ryan, Joe Gibbs and many more), with over 70 million books sold. His writing has appeared in Time, Reader’s Digest, Parade, Guideposts, and he has been featured on the cover of Newsweek.