Author Meet and Greet at The Theodore

Press Contact
Katherine Rose Watson


Meet Author Carter Hopkins at The Theodore on June 1st
Fans of The Lincoln Prophecy can have a drink with the author himself.


Dallas, Texas – May 24, 2017 – Dallas author Carter Hopkins will be at The Theodore (Northpark Center, 8687 N. Central Expressway #1804, Dallas, TX 75225) from 6:00-8:00 pm on Thursday, June 1, 2017 for a meet and greet event to celebrate his novel, The Lincoln Prophecy. Appetizers and cocktails themed after the novel will be available at happy hour prices.

“I love that The Theodore hosts themed parties and I’m honored to have one for The Lincoln Prophecy. It’s fantastic to have a cocktail named after the main character! Anytime I can connect with my readers, that’s a great day, but it’s especially great when we can have a drink together,” says Hopkins, who often speaks at local book clubs.

The three hundred and twenty-five-page fictional thriller is set in Dallas, Texas and follows Southern Methodist University professor Michael Riley as he stumbles upon a murder in Rockwall, Texas and suddenly finds himself wrapped up in a national cybersecurity threat. An ordinary man thrown into an extraordinary situation, Riley works to solve the mystery of the murder while running from those who committed it. Notable Dallas-Fort Worth locations seen in The Lincoln Prophecy include the SMU Central Fountain, Peggy Sue’s BBQ, SMU Law School, Greenville Avenue, Snuffer’s, and G. W. Bush Presidential Library.

The Lincoln Prophecy is available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble for $12.99 and on Kindle for $3.99. Patrons can also purchase up a signed copy from the author himself at The Theodore at the event on June 1, 2017. Those interested in having Hopkins speak at their book club or event can email him through his website:

Carter Hopkins is available for interviews regarding this news. Contact Katherine Rose Watson (, 972-489-7694) to coordinate.


Author Carter Hopkins works as an attorney for a cyber security firm. Hopkins was inspired to write his first novel, The Lincoln Prophecy, by real-life cyber security events and technology. An alumnus of Rockwall High School and Southern Methodist University, Hopkins knew Dallas-Fort Worth was the perfect backdrop for his thriller series. He lives in Dallas, Texas with his wife and two children and is currently working on his second novel. For more information, visit





Located at the North entrance of NorthPark Center, The Theodore offers stately staples that emphasize iconic American cuisine while the quirky atmosphere induces a sense of curiosity and adventure for which our namesake, Theodore Roosevelt, was known.

The bar, designed and curated by Kyle Hilla (voted 2016 Best Bartender by D Magazine and 2016 Bartender of the Year by CutlureMap Dallas), has a wide selection of drinks from ingeniously crafted cocktails to huge selections of beer and wines that will cater from your average mall goer to a seasoned connoisseur drinker.







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