The author of How To Train Your Dragon, Cressida Cowell, will be making one stop in Pennsylvania with her new book, The Wizards of Once – in EMMAUS! Yes, the “Philadelphia, PA stop listed on her poster is actually Emmaus High School, 500 Macungie Avenue, Emmaus Pa ! Let’s Play Books! – the wonderful independent bookstore on Main Street in Emmaus – has arranged the event, and thanks to the English Department and the Collage Club of Emmaus High School who are sponsoring this event, admission is free of charge. Tickets are required – just pre-register at no cost on the website. The event begins at 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 7, 2017, and is appropriate for all ages.
Books may be purchased at a discount before the event at Let’s Play Books Bookstore, or on-site. Only books purchased from Let’s Play Books Bookstore will be eligible to be signed, two books per person.
Pennsburg author (and Make Music Upper Perk volunteer!) Terri Kuenzer, was recently written up in the newspaper about the inclusion of her short story, The Understudy, which will appear in the anthology, Beach Reads. The publisher, Cat and Mouse Press, is hosting a book launch party on November 12, 2017, at Browseabout Books in Rehoboth Beach, DE. This is a great opportunity for the public to meet the authors, get the book (and get it signed), and have some cake! The event will be held from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. Terri’s published works appear under her pen name, Terri Kiral.
In case you missed it, Australian author (and recent visitor to the Upper Perk Valley), Laura Goodin is “virtual writer in residence“ at Diehl’s Real Teas (Main Street, East Greenville, PA), is running an online discussion group for writers, and has offered to Skype with writing groups meeting at Diehl’s Real Teas. Laura is writing short stories just for Diehl’s, which can be found at their website on the “virtual writer in residence” page.
Hi, fellow writers —
Just a reminder that EVERYONE is welcome in this group. They don’t have to live in the area. So if you have other writer friends, no matter where they live, please go right ahead and ask them if they’d like to join.
Moreover, NaNoWriMo is fast approaching (see nanowrimo.org if you’re not sure what I’m talking about), and I’d love to set up a real-time write-in during November at Diehl’s Real Teas, perhaps even with a Skype link between me in Australia and y’all in the tea shop so we could all write together. Who’s interested?
Your Virtual Writer-in-Residence,
The discussion group for writers who come and drink tea (and write) at Diehl’s Real Teas in East Greenville, PA. Associated with the Virtual Writer-in-Residence project, run by writer Laura E. Goodin in conjunction with owners Kevin and Fenny.