Local Author Signing!

November 22, 2016 at 8:07 pm (A Wounded Name, Appearances, Butterfly Garden) (, , , , )

Hello, my lovelies!

I’ve been buried neck deep in edits these last weeks, but I’m emerging briefly to tell you about an amazing Local Author Event happening at Barnes & Noble Crossroads on Sunday, 27 November 2016.

I’ll be there at three o’clock with eight other Omaha area authors to sign and chat, and it would be amazing to see some of you out there. Can’t make it to the signing? You can call the store and ask about purchasing personalized copies over the phone (if you live in the US–sorry). The authors participating are:

Leo Adam Biga, with his book Alexander Payne: His Journey in Film, a collection of essays chronicling Payne’s career and creative process.

Frances Ewing, with two children’s picture books, Clarence the Happy Clown With a Frown and Erin’s Dance.

Marcia Wilson Holliway, with devotional coloring book Delight in the Lord.

Christie Bassinger, with a collection of encouraging devotionals, Heart and Soul.

Ariel Rodriguez, with her book of dreams and wonders, Legends of the Constellations: Constance.

Marla K. Benjamin with Light in the Dark, where a couple has to piece their lives back together after the unthinkable.

Bruce Arant, the author/illustrator of Golden Sower Nominee Simpson’s Sheep Won’t Go to Sleep.

Barbara Freeman, with a pair of children’s books about adorable pit bull Sugar, Sugar: A Princess Pit Bull Finds Her Family and Super Smart Sugar.

I’ll be there with Butterfly Garden, as well as a few copies of A Wounded Name.

Hope to see you there!

Cheers,

Dot

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