Friday, April 4th at 7 pm- Douglas Nicholas presents The Wicked, the sequel to his highly-acclaimed historical suspense novel, Something Red. Nicholas is an award-winning poet whose work has appeared in numerous publications. Something Red was a Kirkus Best Book of 2012.
Saturday, April 5th at 4 pm- YA authors Jennifer Castle and Laurie Boyle Crompton share juicy bits from their novels, both of which imagine what it's like be a teenager on a reality TV show or in a documentary.
Jennifer Castle's You Look Different in Real Life tells the story of five teenagers who struggle with self-identity as the subjects of an acclaimed documentary film series that revisits their lives every five years.
Laurie Boyle Crompton's The Real Prom Queens of Westfield High centers around Shannon, voted least likely to be crowned Prom Queen. She's picked to star in the reality show Prom Queen Wannabes, where she learns all kinds of secret skills to gain influence with the popular crowd and make a serious bid for the tiara.
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Friday, April 18th at 7 pm- Anthony Robinson presents his latest publication, a collection of short stories titled New Water.
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Sunday, April 19th at 4 pm- Lauree Ostrofsky presents her memoir about how her brain tumor helped her change her life. I'm Scared and Doing it Anyway explores the choices you make when you feel like you don't have any...and just how far they can take you.WEBSITE