Holiday Book Events!

After two years of doing National Novel Writing Month, I took this November off to focus on re-drafting the novel I started on November 1st of 2010! I’ve been so busy that even revising last year’s novel has proven difficult. My friends and I have been enjoying a great fall season as we’ve been promoting the short story anthology, Chester County Fiction.

Chester County Fiction has received rave reviews since its release and has been a popular selection at local libraries. Radio show host Steve Brodsky of WCHE called Chester County Fiction a “really important, interesting, and enjoyable collection” and referred to “Baptism”–the short story by Robb Cadigan–as “world-class fiction.”

On Friday, December 16th, Robb will be a guest on WCHE radio, promoting our upcoming book signings and reading from “Baptism.”

On Saturday, December 17th, the authors of Chester County Fiction will be signing books at Chester County Book and Music Company from 11am to 4pm. Chester County Books is an awesome independent bookstore and we’re excited to be returning there for our second signing!

On Monday, December 19 at 7pm, Phoenixville Public Library will host a panel discussion and book signing with the local authors of Chester County Fiction. The panel will be moderated by Jason Hafer of Phoenixville’s legendary Wolfgang Books. This event is free and open to the public. Reservations are required. For more information or to reserve a seat, call 610-933-3013, Ext. 32 or e-mail mpinto@ccls.org.

Come out and support writers … and pick up some personalized holiday gifts for the readers on your list!

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