Please join me for a drink. and a little trash talk.
I’m still fairly new (September last year) to the neighborhood and look forward to meeting more Cookeville and Tennessee locals.
Gramercy Books, an independently owned bookstore in Bexley, Ohio, hosted a local authors event. Sixty local authors did meet and greets and book signings over two weekends. I had a three hour block from 10am to 1pm on Saturday, August 26th. I met and chatted with many random people as well as friends and also got to know six other authors and their works. It was a productive and entertaining event.
THE BOOK LOFT
German Village, Columbus, Ohio.
I was thrilled to make an appearance at one of the nation's oldest and largest independent book stores. I was fortunate to schedule the signing on the actual date of the official paperback release of Life in a Supermarket Basket. This was my first ever book signing and I was a little anxious. Would anyone show? Would I be able to sell myself and the book? Would my pen run out of ink in the middle of an autograph? The answers, my friends: yes, yes and no.
BOOK RELEASE PARTY
May 6th, 2017, four days after The Book Loft, Club Diversity hosted a book release party/book signing, and it was the equivalent of popping out a child. My book was my child, and my friends and family came to greet the little tyke and welcome him into the world. It was a wonderful event and the support was amazing. The best part: I didn't have to change any diapers.