Book Giveaway

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Authors & Artisans Day – Rodman Public Library, Alliance, OH . . . April 21, 2018

I will be one of the authors at this event.  I’ll be signing copies of my book, Surrender.  I will be accepting cash, credit card, or check, and my books (even the personalized ones) will only be $12.00 (normally $13.95).  The event is free to the public.  It’ll be a fun, family friendly outing.  

Here are the details:

FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY AUTHORS AND ARTISANS DAY AT RPL

On Saturday, April 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., meet Ohio authors and local artisans and browse through their books and handmade crafts. Ohio authors will be signing and selling their books throughout the library. Book categories include children’s books, local history, mystery, teen fiction and romance. Authors in attendance will be Gloria Adams, Chris Baum, Nancy Christie, Hugh Earnhart, Antonia Harris, Don King, Lana Koehler, Irv Korman, Andrea Legg, Julie Ann Lindsey, Connie Parmenter, Roger Pickenpaugh, Cliff Protzman, Helen Swanson, Claudia Tollar, Jane Ann Turzillo and Robin Yocum.

The Alliance Historical Society will also have a table with DVDs and books, including the publication of its latest book, History of Lexington Township, by Levi L. Lamborn.

Local artisans will be selling their crafts during this same time. Craft items offered include primitive wood art, woven rugs, handmade candles, wooden bowls and trays, handmade jewelry, purses, hot/cold pads, fiber/felted items, string art, pillow cases, headbands and tutus, wreaths, shirts, teddy bears, pampered pets furniture, homemade soap, herb and succulent plants, rustic signs, hand painted items, crochet items, rag quilts, and photography.

Items donated by the Artisans will be raffled by the Friends of Rodman Library to aid in their support of
the Library. Please note that the Friends of Rodman Library cannot accept credit cards, but will accept checks and cash. Some authors and artisans will accept all three methods of payment. Please check with the individual author or artisan on the form of payment preferred. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call the Main Library at 330-821-2665

You can also follow the library on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/425529971238940/

Hope to see you there!