John Scalzi signed books!

The Hugo Award winner and author of the new novel "Lock In" joined us on 9/16 and left us with many signed copies of Redshirts and Lock In!

Events

« Thursday November 08, 2012 »
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CANCELLED DUE TO POOR HEALTH. NO FURTHER INFO AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME, SORRY! **Note: This is a new date for this event, which had to be postponed from September 13th. ** The Lawrence Welk Show is in town, and we've snagged two of its brightest stars, Guy and Ralna, for a rare afternoon signing in the bookstore! These two sang their way in to America's hearts and pop culture canon, and now they're ready to meet you, here in Concord.  Ralna has compiled a cookbook of delicious family recipes, and there will be CDs for signing on hand as they prepare for their performance at the Capitol Center for the Arts. Avoid the late-evening signing line at their Friday night concert and meet them here!

New books, new trailers

Station Eleven has captivated several of our store staff, but Tracy was the first to write a review of it. Check it out!

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Bookstore events for the rest of September

Tuesday, Sept. 23, 6 PM      Local author and teacher Bishop O'Connell joins us to present his new fantasy novel, The Stolen, in which faeries not only kidnap mortal children but have traded in their ancient swords and horses for modern guns and sports cars. (Note time)
Thursday, Sept. 25, 7 PM     Mike Morin, a legendary figure in New Hampshire radio history, tells us all about his over four decades on the air in Fifty Shades of Radio.  Collected from his humor columns in the Nashua Telegraph, these stories include receiving death threats and naked pictures from elderly women (we hope not in the same envelope), being buried alive, and many more. 
WATCH for our email next week that will be dedicated to programs and events in October of special interest to BOOK CLUBS, TEACHERS, and FOLKS WHO READ TOO MANY BOOKS.

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