Have any of you ever attended the Buckeye Book Fair, on the first Saturday, in Wooster, Ohio? It’s probably one of the best book events ANYWHERE. There are about eighty authors present (fiction and non-fiction), and the fair usually draws anywhere from 1600 to 2000 people, who wander the aisles, chat with the writers, and buy lots of books, many of them for Christmas presents.
I’ve appeared at this book fair about fourteen times (I’m guessing), and this Saturday, November 4th, I’ll be there signing my two newest books, “The Strange Death of Father Candy” and “The Cleveland Creep.” I’ll also have several different titles in the Milan Jacovich series available in trade paperback editions.
The fair is held at the Fisher Auditorium, OARDC, at 1680 Madison Avenue in Wooster, Ohio. I’ll look forward to seeing you there, and so will all the other writers. And I’m happy to report that everyone’s books sell VERY WELL at the Buckeye Book Fair.
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