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Many thanks to Dan and Lori Gagen for hosting us at the Noble Art Gallery yesterday. Emily was able to make it despite her cold, and although it was cool and wet outside, we were nice and toasty warm inside and got to sign books and speak to several great people.

Images of America: Albion and Noble County will be available to sale there, as it also is at Albion Village Foods, Black Pine Animal Sanctuary, Doc’s Hardware, and the Noble County Historical Society (which runs the Old Jail Museum). But you can get all our books at the gallery! They’ve got their own book table amongst the art.

Now, to spend the next week harassing (ahem, asking) everyone to visit us—all of us, six authors—at two author appearances Saturday, October 10, in Kendallville and Auburn. The Facebook events page has the details:

https://www.facebook.com/events/441398042728462/

Those are our last book signings scheduled before spring—with one possible exception that hasn’t been confirmed yet.
But remember, Christmas shopping season is coming … and when you don’t buy enough books, Santa gets overworked and ends up needing bypass surgery. Keep poor St. Nick off the operating table.

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kerkevik_2014
Oct. 4th, 2015 07:48 pm (UTC)
Is that you modelling for The Notorious Ian Grant there on the cover? The resemblance is striking...

kerk
ozma914
Oct. 5th, 2015 05:50 am (UTC)
Personally, I think it looks like the guy who played Sawyer on "Lost".
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