Meet Lorin Robinson, author of The Warming: Speculative Fiction about the Human Impact of the Climate Crisis at Valley Bookseller on Saturday July 25th.
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Meet and Greet with MPR's Tom Weber on Saturday, August 1st at 2:00 when he is in the store with his new book 100 Things to Do in the Twin Cities Before You Die. You can get your signed copy and start checking them off one by one.
Bike to Stillwater is #54 on his list and he might do just that on the day of the event if the weather cooperates!
A fitting Meet and Greet on Father's Day, David Francis will be at Valley Bookseller to talk to readers and sign copies of Bringing Jon Home: The Wilderness Search for Jon Francis.
A National Award Winning, Inspirational Memoir by a Minnesota Author about the life, loss and legacy of his remarkable son.
Join us at St. Croix Orthopaedics and learn about Dr. Nick Meyer and his book, The ProportionFit Diet. Dr. Meyer will talk about the contents of his book, the process of writing it and how the information can be used to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight. There will also be a Q&A session and he will follow up with an online meeting 1-2 weeks later for those interested. The ProportionFit Diet will be available to attendees for the special event price of $10.
Tim Jollymore presents his new book Observation Hill on Saturday, August 8th at 1:00pm. Stop by to meet him and get your signed copy!
Join us at People's Congregational Church in Bayport to meet Jonathan Odell as he reads from his book, Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League. Buy your copy at the event and have it signed by the author!
Join us at The Daily Grind on Friday, June 26th at 6:30 to hear Judy McConnell's presentation of her book, A Penny a Kiss: Memoir of a Minnesota Girl in the Forties and Fifties.
Judy McConnell was born in Charleston, West Virginia. As a young child, she moved with her family to Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she grew up. During her life she dabbled in poetry and short stories, but it wasn't until after marriage, children, and a career in education and training that she took up creative writing full time.
The current Nodin Poetry Anthology continues a tradition established in 1974 of featuring celebrated writers alongside talented wordsmiths who are only beginning to make themselves known to the reading public. Join us June 4th at Tin Bins to hear readings from the following poets:
Meet Kerstin March on June 14th and learn about her debut novel, Family Trees.
Meet David Housewright and discuss his newest book, the twelfth in the Twin Cities P.I. Mac McKenzie series.