Tuesday, July 13th, 2021, 6-7pm IN PERSON. This is a ticketed event with limited occupancy, and a firm ending time. Masks are required by all attendees, no exceptions. We prefer if attendees have been vaccinated, but are not checking vaccine cards.
We are hosting our first in-person author event in 15 months! Concord-based author Jennifer Anne Gordon thrills and delights as we present the launch of her new horror fantasy novel Pretty/Ugly. You may have known her dance moves as an instructor at Let's Dance Studio, tonight get to know her talents with words!
This is a ticketed event! Tickets are $5, which will convert to a $5 Gibson's Bookstore gift card at the event, or $14.00 (comes with a copy of Pretty/Ugly and does not convert to a gift card). We are limiting the audience to 40 people.
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"Pretty/Ugly, the story of two damaged people living in a dystopian nightmare, is an exquisitely written horror novel. But, is it really fiction? In these times, it seems chillingly possible for an Instagram star and a politician wrapped in a fa ade of is own to be facing a relentless pandemic that may well lead to the end of the world. Reminiscent of "The Happening" by M.
The latest book from the critically acclaimed author of Beautiful, Frightening, and Silent; Jennifer Anne Gordon.
On an almost uninhabitable rocky island off the coast of Maine, a Hotel looms over the shore, an ever-present gray lady that stands strong like a guard, keeping watch. For many who come here, this island is a sanctuary and a betrayal.
It one startling moment in the late summer of 1873 a tragedy fell like summer sun on the gray jagged shores of Dagger Island. Francis loses everything he thought his life was, and what it could have become. His heart breaks and his feet run, all the way back to his childhood home, he reaches for a past that may not exist.