Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Discovery Friday at Barnes & Noble!

So excited about this event coming up in just a few days! Everyone should head out to their local B&N and kick off their holiday shopping! For anyone in the area, I'll be signing books at the B&N in Roseville, CA. Below is the Press Release:



Barnes & Noble stores nationwide will be hosting their first Discovery Friday event on November 22nd. This event is an opportunity for customers to jump start their holiday shopping at an exciting event, featuring authors, special deals and fun for the whole family.

The Roseville Barnes & Noble will be hosting the following authors:
Rose Cooper (3-4pm) - Children's author and illustrator. Her "Gossip From the Girl's Room" series is the girls answer to "The Diary of a Wimpy Kid". Funny and fast-paced, kids can't get enough of Rose's books.

Dawn Lairamore (3-4pm) Children's fantasy-adventure author. In her "Ivy's Ever After" series, Dawn's heroine doesn't waste time waiting around for a prince to save her and instead goes in search of her own adventure.


 
David Carter (4-5pm) - Internationally recognized pop-up artist and author, with well over 7 million copies of his books sold worldwide. Official creator of Dr. Seuss pop-up books including; "Horton Hears a Who" and "The Lorax".
Jeri Chase Ferris (4-5pm) - Children's biography author; whose most recent title, "Noah Webster & His Words", received the 2013 Golden Kite Award for Best Nonfiction of 2012 from the Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators.
 
Jack Parker (5-6pm) - Author of an adventure series whose hero Jeff Thornton treks the globe seeking out mystery. With a new installment coming out next year, Belizean Adventure is the latest novel in the series.
 
Sisters in Crime's Sacramento Chapter, The Capital Crimes (6-8pm) - Fifteen members of this esteemed chapter took part in this year's anthology. The "2013 Anthology Capital Crimes, The Best of Capital Crimes Mystery" is a great way to sample the writings of our local mystery authors.





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