Sunday, October 4, 2015

Big Show Day- Lancaster and Chelmsford, later Townsend

It was quite a day, with two book signings on one day, two different towns (three towns, if you count the celebration- more on that later).
Now that's working hard to get the word out!

With me in my travels this day was fellow writer Ursula Wong, whose second novel, Amber Wolf, will be out soon.
To see an interview with Ursula, click here. She talks about her debut novel, Purple Trees.

First, we went to the Thayer Memorial Library in Lancaster, MA, for a panel with members of the New England Horror Writers.
The event was sponsored by the Seven Bridges Writer's Collaborative, who have been doing great things to bring writers and readers together in the central MA area.
Thanks to Hollis Shore and Paula Castner for hosting us and promoting the program.

Here are some event pics- 
Joining me on the panel:
We had an appreciative and attentive audience



A nice time was had by all. Then we had to race off to Chelmsford for the event put on by
The Society of Independent Publishers and Authors.
We set up at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts, and spoke with shoppers dropping in.  
Thanks to Laura Marshall and Sara for overseeing this one. 

Ursula Wong, still looking fresh at her second signing of the day...

Here you can see the back of Richard Hollman, and behind him is Kameryn James

There's Kevin Willett in red, across the room

You can see Katharine Grubb below on the far left, and the gentleman in neon green is Glenn Davison, who has published five books on kite-flying! Just to the right of the post is Scott Millin

So after all that, we needed a little celebrating. So we went to see writer Vlad V. to celebrate the upcoming release of Insanity Tales II: The Sense of Fear (from Books and Boos Press), with writers from The Storyside: Stacey Longo, Rob Smales, and the sadly missing David Daniel.
Check out our cover, with the image made as a cake-- a delicious taste of Insanity! 
To see a cool trailer for the book, click here


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