While today’s blog picture is from a couple of Aprils ago in Oklahoma City, happily our 2017 spring is getting a little bit more ‘real’ in Ohio every day. It’s great to see the perennials sprouting up out of the softening ground; meanwhile, new ideas are sprouting from my brain, too. By the way, to the best of my knowledge my brain is not softening. My husband may dispute that. 🙂
One book is published; another is ready; three more books have titles, and the story lines are taking shape. This is exciting stuff to me!
So that you know, another book signing is scheduled at St. Luke’s Hospital for April 26 from 1130-1330 in the Gift Shop. Additionally, I’ll be participating in “Independent Bookstore Day” on April 29 at Gathering Volumes Bookstore (https://www.gatheringvolumes.com). This is located in the same shopping center as Planet Fitness on East South Boundary in Perrysburg. Multiple local authors will be available to not only sell their books, but sign them and discuss them with attendees. Music, children’s activities, food and more will be provided. Additionally, the Glass City Mashers will be there with samples of locally-developed micro brews.
Finally, I’m excited to share with you that on July 20 from 6 p.m. till 8 p.m., I’ll be at the Findlay/Hancock County Library with my first book, An Extraordinary Year, which is largely about my life and my brothers’ and friends’ lives growing up in Benton Ridge, which is located in Hancock County for those of you who don’t know. The Findlay/Hancock County Library was gifted with two copies of An Extraordinary Year by a friend and co-worker, Carol Evans, also a former Hancock County resident. I really hope to see some of my old friends from the block, as they say. Liberty-Benton High School Class of ’71 – come on out! 🙂 Once again, other local authors will be present with their works. It is possible that my second book, Ragged Road, will be available at that time.
As always, I am grateful for your support.