MONTHLY NEWSLETTER: SEPTEMBER
THE BOOKSTORE BULLETIN
Book Trees at the Colonial Park Mall
We are back at the Colonial Park Mall ahead of the 2021 holiday season. Thousands of hardcover books are on the shelves and the floor space is decorated with all kinds of book trees!
The book trees are themed, so each one has books of a certain type: mystery, romance, Amish, royal biography, and much more. They are all for sale: the biggest book trees with 200 books per tree are $299; the medium book tress with 100 books per tree are $195; and the small book trees with 50 books per tree are $95. Boxes can be provided for any purchased tree as well as assistance taking the tree apart.
SEPTEMBER EVENT HIGHLIGHTS
Sat. September 25th from 10 AM to 8 PM
Meet local authors with books in all kinds of genres! Local authors
will besigning in two hour blocks, starting at 10 AM.
10 AM – 12 noon
Nicki Pascarella (Women’s Fiction)
Tom Dardick (Science Thriller)
Sherry Knowlton (Mystery)
Molly Lemke (Pet How-To)
12 noon – 2 PM
Bill & Teresa Peschel (Mystery & How-to)
A.E. Faulkner (Young Adult)
2 – 4 PM
P.J. Burgy (Vampire Horror)
Faith Weaver (YA Create-Your-Own-Adventure)
Bethany Hoeflich (YA Fantasy)
4 – 6 PM
Jill Peterson (Children’s)
Mouse the Bookstore Cat & Riley Haring (Children’s)
Questions? Concerns? Contact:
MONTHLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS
~Review by Andy~
Witness for the Dead by Katherine Addison
A standalone fantasy novel set in the same world as A Goblin Emperor whose full cast of colorful and vivid characters written in a world with exemplary world building make this perhaps the only novel I've ever read that upon finishing the book, I wanted to flip to page one and start all over again.
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