It’s Time to Get Busy

I want to remind everyone that in the next few weeks I’ll be doing several signings for my new stand-alone novel, “The Strange Death of Father Candy.” No, this one is NOT about Milan Jacovich. Every so often I have the urge to write a mystery novel that doesn’t fit into the Cleveland Private Eye format I’ve developed over the last quarter century—and “Father Candy” is one of them. I always love meeting people at these talks/signings, and hope you’ll be able to join me at one of them.

(#1) I’ll be doing my first signing at Fireside Book SHop in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, at 7 p.m. on Friday, October 28th.

(#2) On Monday, October 31 (BOO!) I’ll be at the Mystery Lovers Book Shop in Oakmont, Pennsylvania. (Oakmont is a suburb of Pittsburgh.)

(#3)I’ll be at the Cleveland Store in Tower City, downtown Cleveland, from 12 until 2 pm on Friday, November 4th.

(#4) My all-day gig will be at the fantastic Buckeye Book Fair (along with more than 80 other writers) in Wooster, Ohio on Saturday, November 5th. It’s quite an event—I’ve been there at least fifteen times before.

(#5) On November 7th, I hope everyone in the Youngstown area who will, I hope, enjoy “The Strange Death of Father Candy,” set in their home town, and come see me at the Austintown (Ohio) Library at 6:30 pm.

More signings to come later, but I won’t belabor you with them now.

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2 Responses to It’s Time to Get Busy

  1. Allison Powers says:

    Wonderful to see you last night in Chagrin Falls! I mentioned a person who is very much a Cleveland booster but I didn’t have his name quite right . It’ s Dan Ruminski. He’s spoken twice to a group I’m in here called New Clevelanders. He writes a Cleveland history blog which is on his floor mat company website direct link. He is also involved, I believe. in a group of people who are Cleveland business owners/boosters.

    • Les Roberts says:

      Thanks, Al. I don’t believe I’ve heard of Dan Ruminski before—odd because I’m usually aware of strong Cleveland boosters like myself. I’ll have to look into him. And thanks for coming to CHagrin Falls, I appreciate your support.