MONTHLY NEWSLETTER: SEPTEMBER


THE BOOKSTORE BULLETIN

 

Story Makers Writing Class 

This year we held our inaugural Story Makers writing class, a twelve-month class taught by local authors on the craft and business of writing.  We have been delighted at the interest in the class and are looking forward to offering it again.

Unfortunately, the challenges of this year as well as the uncertainty of next year has forced us to make a tough decision.  We will not be holding a full, twelve-month Story Makers class in 2021.  The next twelve-month class will be offered in 2022.

However, for those interested in the class, there is still good news.  We have decided to hold a Story Makers Boot Camp in 2021, a one day workshop on the basics of writing.  There will be a small registration fee and may be offered more than once depending on interest.

If you would like to be added to a waitlist for the 2021 Boot Camp, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


 SEPTEMBER EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

 

Exploring the Susquehanna River

Weds. September 9th from 6 to 8 PM

Tales and readings with Brook Lenker, author of the novel The Restorers - set on the Susquehanna River.  Learn more about Brook at brooklenker.com

 

Career Indie Author Book Release

Sun. September 20th from 1 to 3 PM

Local authors Bill Peschel and Teresa Peschel will be releasing their new book Career Indie Author. Check out their full catalog of books at peschelpress.com

 

Maria V. Snyder Book Signing

Sun. September 27th from 1 to 3 PM

Author Maria V. Snyder will be signing her fantasy and science fiction books.  Learn about Maria and her work at mariavsnyder.com

 

 

Questions?  Concerns?  Contact:

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Monthly Book Recommendations

~Review by Kristian~

 

Agnes at the End of the World by Kelly Williams

Agnes has only known Red Creek and doesn’t question the cult and strict laws she must adhere to. When her brother is diagnosed with diabetes, she begins to question what’s right and wrong. Is her sister, Beth, wrong to think of more? As the danger in Red Creek increases, Agnes decides to risk leaving. However, she learns there’s more to the outside world as she finds it ravaged by a viral pandemic. As she journeys farther into this world she must decide between saving her family and the world.


 PARTNERS SPOTLIGHT

 

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