Sunday, July 9, 2017

Books in Boothbay

We had quite a book show at the Boothbay Festival of Books, at the Boothbay Railway Village.


It's a great place to visit in the Summer, with lots of things to see and do. They hosted us again this year for a great show.
Thanks to the hardworking volunteer staff, Joanna and Desiree and all the rest.
Special thanks to Sherman's Books for handling all sales and moving mountains of books all day!





There were quite a few Maine authors taking part, as you can tell from the promotional poster.


And we had a great crowd of folks coming to add to their reading lists and get signed books from the writers who created them.


Everyone got a greeting and a flyer



Here's just a few of the noted authors.
Bruce Robert Coffin, with his debut novel, Among the Shadows (a steal right now on Kindle), talking to the Press.
He must have impressesed the reporter, Art Mayers, because we got written up in the Boothbay Register!
(And I got quoted. Cool thing to add to my press clippings. :-)


Kate Flora explains things before getting back to her table and the fans of her multiple mystery series and non-fiction.


Sandra Neily with Barbara Ross, who writes the Maine Clambake mystery series.



The ever-gracious Tess Gerritsen (who you might know from Rizzoli and Isles).




 




 Here's Brenda Buchanan




I got to meet one of my writing heroines, Linda Greenlaw.


 More authors: Liza Gardner Walsh and Jen Blood


 And so many more








More shots with the tallest man in the room, Bruce.



My table- they like putting me in the front, to greet the folks coming in.







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