Book Talk at the EP Library

Posted by KAREN WOJCIK BERNER

Last Thursday, I had the wonderful opportunity to do an author talk for a packed house at the Elmwood Park Library.




I discussed my series in general, read the first Bibliophiles book club meeting scene from A Whisper to a Scream (The Bibliophiles: Book One), gave a brief introduction to Catherine by reading the beginning pages of Until My Soul Gets It Right (The Bibliophiles: Book Two), signed several books, and even posed for a few photos with readers.



All in all, it was a very pleasant way to spend a Thursday night. My thanks to the EP Library and all who attended.





Comments

Beverly Diehl said…
Awesomesauce! The only thing better than a library is a book-signing at a library. Someday, it'll be my turn.

In the meantime, so excited for you!
Janel Gradowski said…
Looks like you had a great time! Yay for libraries bringing in authors. :)
Thanks, Beverly. :)

Janel, yes, a big hurray for libraries hosting book talks. It is a great way to remind people how important libraries are to the literary community.
Kelly Hashway said…
Congrats on a successful event! I wish you many more.
L.J. Kentowski said…
Oh, that looks like great fun! I love the libraries and I'm so glad they are still keeping up with the times. I look forward to taking my son soon.

Congrats!
Thanks, Kelly and L.J.!
Helen Smith said…
Congratulations!
R. Doug Wicker said…
That is just SOOOooo cool, Karen. Just so, SO cool. Congratulations, and I hope you made a TON of new fans.
Thanks, R. Doug. It was great fun.
angel011 said…
Congrats, looks like you had some great time!
I did. Thank you, angel 011.

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