Saturday, August 15, 2015

We Rocked the Haverhill Library For Local Authors Day

Yes, we rocked the Haverhill Library- but not so as to disturb the other patrons. But a dozen or so local authors set up for Local Author Day and sold books to the folks coming to browse. There was a little bit of everything. Had a great time, and we got some new fans for our work.

Many thanks to Librarian Elizabeth Rieur for setting this up, and the library for hosting us!

First off, we had a great showing of the Sisters In Crime (yes, they also accept males in the membership), a group who helps promote women mystery and crime writers.  Shown here, L to R are Stephen Kelner, Connie Johnson Hambley, me, and the tall one in the back is Leigh Perry.
(To see an interview with Connie, click here)

Up one side

And down the other

Ursula Wong, author of Purple Trees, talks to a shopper

To see an interview with Connie, click here

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